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Making that last-minute effort to have a flat belly and firm arms for a strapless wedding dress? Every woman dreams of looking perfect on one of the most important days of her life. After all, she doesn’t want to be upset about those little problem areas on the stomach, legs, or butt when looking at her wedding photos. So listen up, Brides, because we are bringing you good news! The Perfect Wedding Workout is here just in time for you to start to work on any problem areas or areas you would like to make even stronger before your dream wedding. Michael Limmer, personal trainer to female celebrities, has developed The Perfect Wedding Workout. This at-home exercise and fitness program is designed specifically for the needs of the bride-to-be and can easily be integrated into any stressful part of the wedding planning as an exercise routine. The different performance levels allow every bride to work out at her own level, and after only 10 weeks, she will be looking in the mirror at her dream body.
If you are a walking beginner, and advance walker or a casual walker who enjoys a walk with friends, this is the right book for you. Based on 400 scientific studies about walking and Nordic Pole Walking, The Ultimate Nordic Pole Walking Book offers a deep and comprehensive insight into the benefits that are accomplished because of Nordic Pole Walking and walking exercises. This book teaches the correct technique for Pole Walking and walking exercises. It explains the body’s physiological adaptation to achieve your fitness and health goals with this easy-to-perform, low impact exercises. It describes how Nordic Pole Walking , a sport that incorporates more than 90 percent of all body muscles, can prevent and help cure most common health disorders, like obesity, back pain, high blood pressure, diabetes, arthritis and more.
Olympian and running expert, Jeff Galloway has spent more than 50 years developing, practicing, evaluating, and teaching his Run Walk Run® method. He is now partnering with two primary care physicians, Ruth M. Parker and Carmen Patrick Mohan. They have over 50 years of clinical practice experience. Both physicians use Galloway’s Run Walk Run® method to achieve their own health goals and regularly prescribe this effective method to patients with common chronic health conditions. This team of experts have written The Women’s Guide to Health. This action guide combines Galloway’s Run Walk Run® programs with the best available medical knowledge for using Run Walk Run®.
In Train Your Fascia Tone Your Body, you will learn the successful method to form firm connective tissue. Fascia are a building network in our body that gives us support, structure, and form. Whether a thigh looks tightly stretched or rather like jelly basically depends on the tone of the fibrous connective tissue the fascia which surrounds it. Therefore, we must train fascia in addition to muscles. Only then do we have a well-formed and firm body shape, and training fascia is the only consistent way to get rid of cellulite, bat wings, and a flabby bottom. Not only does training your fascia ensure a fit body, but it also enables you to move with juvenile elasticity, easily and painlessly.
Lose weight, tone up, and look younger in just three weeks. Walk yourself to the fittest and healthiest version of yourself. Walk off the Weight is a full 21-day plan, and has all the advice and guidance you need. Each week you will be given a new walking workout. Simply follow the exercise instructions and the eating plan on each day and you will be fitter and healthier, and you will look better than ever before!
You Can Be Beautiful Beyond Breast Cancer is Leslie Spencer’ personal story. She is a professor of health and exercise science who trained for and competed in her first women’s figure competition during treatment for breast cancer. In You Can Be Beautiful Beyond Breast Cancer, Leslie offers humor and honesty as she encourages fellow cancer survivors to set and reach their personal goals. Following sound and practical guidelines, she provides fitness and nutrition strategies to enable cancer survivors to reach new levels of wellness during and after treatment. While accessible to lay audiences, it is grounded in evidence-based practice and will benefit health professionals who work with cancer survivors.
“Courage is being afraid and doing it anyway.” This book will inspire and encourage you.