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How to Get Fit and Healthy through Weight Training by Joann Bally

How to Get Fit and Healthy through Weight Training

by Joann Bally

108 pages
Effective exercise for busy people who want to be fit.

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About the Book

Health recommendations for exercise include both aerobic and strength training. Walking or another cardio exercise is great for your health, but isn't enough by itself. You need weight training, too.

Most of us don't have jobs that make demands on our muscles. You can end up looking flabby, even if you manage to control your body weight. Besides shaping your physique, weight training strengthens your bones, raises your metabolism, and helps prevent several chronic diseases.

You may know all this, but just haven't been able to see how you can fit hours at the gym into your busy day. If so, this book is for you.

You can get excellent results from working out 2 or 3 times a week for 20-30 minutes. This book describes the simple principles you need to follow. Learn these, and you can put together your own program, make variations so you won't get bored, and train for the rest of your life. Yes, exercise is a lifetime proposition, but it's fun and makes you feel good, so why not?

The book describes the correct way to do many of the most popular and productive exercises. Dumbbells, which can be used at home or at the gym, are used in the examples, but you can easily transfer to machine exercises, if you prefer. This book explains which muscle groups each exercise uses, so you can train your whole body, for structural balance and symmetry. There are workout tips here that you won't find in most exercise books.

Weight training benefits both men and women of any age. Even people in their 80s and 90s who work out can get stronger and maintain their independence. Start now, whatever your age.

When you purchase the book, contact information therein lets you email the author and ask questions about your own workout before you get started.



About the Author
Joann Bally is a fitness writer, personal trainer, and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. She has published many articles on fitness both online and in print. She believes that practicing weight training can improve quality of life, and promotes exercise at every opportunity.



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