Hold It! You're Exercizing Wrong : Your Prescription for First-Class Fitness Fast (2 Fitness Favorites from Exercise Guru)
Hold It You're Exercizing Wrong Your Prescription for First-Class Fitness Fast - 2 Fitness Favorites from Exercise Guru Author:Edward Jackowski Hold It! You should know that:
Walking is not one of the best exercises and will never get you fit
For certain body types, stair climbers will not trim your thighs and buttocks or give you slim hips
You do not need expensive health club memberships to become fit
You do not need to exercise ... more »for more than an hour a day to lose weight or increase your fitness level
Hold It! You're Exercising Wrong analyzes popular exercise techniques and explains why they do or do not work. Using his client-proven methods of fitness, Edward Jackowski renames body types and stresses their importance when choosing an exercise routine, details the four essential phases of any workout, lists the best exercises for weight loss, and provides motivational techniques to keep you going. Interspersing more than 150 tips on health and exercise, Hold It! You're Exercising Wrong is a no-nonsense, all-you-need-to-know guide to getting fit and staying that way.« less
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This book explains the various body types and the exercises that are good and BAD for each type. For people who have been exercising and haven't seen their shape change, read this! It works! My daughter and I are having great success with the program. I think the author's later book, Escape Your Shape, is even better. It is an update of this books principles, with extra information based on experience and user feedback.
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i bought all his book and actually trained WITH HIM and it was horrible... we would work out 4 days a week, 2 hours a day, for about a year.. and i saw no real improvement. i think it was a load of crock. the only improvement i saw was that i can lift more weights and do more squats... but my weight wasnt budging. after leaving him, i worked out on my own and in 1hr a day, 4 days a week, i dropped 20 lbs and have drastically improved in every aspect...
i'd stay away and recommend reading military exercise books, they show you faster results!
if you want to know the 2 fitness favorites... its bench pressing/inclined bench presses and angled weighted squats