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Back on Track is Fiona Ford’s story. She was no stranger to endurance. She raced seven Ironman® distance events and was used to long and hard training routines and grueling workout schedules. But nothing could have prepared her for the greatest challenge of her life.
The best workouts for you every day life are developed with functional fitness methods. With Functional Fitness you can set fitness goals, build a training program, and develop a workout guide for your exercise using the proven training methods found right here in this book. Perfect for the personal trainer seeking new ideas for their next training session, Functional Fitness is ideal for the experienced practitioner as well. Lamar Lowery has developed his own training programs. He has used these methods in decades working with top managers, injured athletes, and back patients. Functional Fitness provides intense workouts to reach maximum results. It is an easy-to-understand guide for any fitness enthusiast or personal trainer. It includes detailed descriptions and photos. In Lamar’s personal training sessions, he uses his expertise in endurance, coordination, and biomechanics to receive the best result. Additionally, Lamar uses the most up-to-date equipment, e.g., suspension trainers, Dual Grip Med Balls, and kettlebells, and the classics such as barbells and dumbbells. After making functional fitness a part of your training regime, you will help your clients add exercise into their busy lifestyle, reach their fitness goals, and improve body, mind, and soul.
No other cycling book to date has been so well designed, so easy to use, and so committed to weight training. Weight Training for Cycling was written specifically for cyclists to increase strength, speed, endurance, and stamina and will have you maximizing your performance in all areas. Written by cycling expert Chris Burnham, Weight Training for Cycling features a program guaranteed to improve your performance and get you results.
Are you ready to start keeping track of the runs that you take, how long they are, your endurance level? In Your Personal Running Journal, 1972 Olympian Jeff Galloway details how to set up a successful training program. You will learn how to monitor progress, and how to schedule each workout. Keep record of your running progress by using the 52 week daily journal entries. They also come with easy-to-use data analysis tables.