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Description - Fit in 15 by Steve Steifel

A simple yet brillant program. Dedicate at least 15 minutes each morning to exercising (anyone can do that). Vary and balance the workout so you achieve overall fitness. How? Simply look at which day of the week it is and do the type of workout assigned to that day: Mon = CardioTue = Upper Body StrengthWed = FlexibilityThu = CardioFri = Lower Body StrengthSat = Special Targetted WorkoutSun = Mind/Body Awareness If it is Mon (or Thu), turn to the chapter that descibes Cardio workouts and choose from one of the many cardio workouts described, including everything from jogging to using that exercise bike you bought a few years ago. On Tue, turn to the Upper Body Strength chapter and choose between free weights, Pilates/Ball, a shadow boxing workout and many more. With this program, you develop overall fitness and NEVER get BORED since you get to choose from over 55 different workouts. Each one fully explained and illustrated. It is like going to your favorite restaurant and selecting a different item off the menu each night.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781569754719
ISBN-10: 1569754713
Format: Paperback
(245mm x 190mm x 9mm)
Pages: 128
Imprint: Ulysses Press
Publisher: Ulysses Press
Publish Date: 31-Aug-2005
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Steve Steifel

Steven Stiefel has been a health and fitness writer for over a decade and is currently the nutrition editor at FLEX Magazine. Previously, he was a contributing editor at Men's Fitness magazine. He also writes articles for Muscle & Fitness, HERS and other health and fitness publications. Steven earned his master's degrees at the University of Arizona and the University of Southern California. His short fiction has appeared in The Georgia Review, McSweeney's and other publications. He has just finished his first novel, Harvest, a psychological thriller. In addition to his writing career, Steven also serves as Chief Creative Officer for Ronick Productions, a feature film company located in Los Angeles. Ronick's first feature film, Beneath the Mississippi, will be released in 2005. Steven served as on-location Creative Consultant as well as producer.