Trying to figure out the best way to get fit and stay in shape is a constant challenge, and one which is made all the more difficult by the vast array of health and nutrition information peddled to us by the media. But how much of this information should we take on board and how much of it should we disregard?
Every day, top personal trainer Graeme Hilditch gives advice to his clients on the best ways to get in shape and stay fit. The questions they ask him range from whether weight training gives women big muscles to whether protein is fattening - and here, at last, he sets the record straight on 150 of the most common myths.
Follow his straight-talking, light-hearted advice and you will soon be well on the way to leading a fit and healthy life.
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Classics, history, historical fiction, marketing, Napoleonic stuff and of course 'Boys own Adventure'. This is my bent. Occasional self help as well.
How simple and excellent this advice is. Backed up by research, common sense and an easy conversational style in writing this book give you the facts about diet and fitness myths. Before you change your lifestyle to become a muscle bound freak or just a healthy bunny, listen to this book that Bob Sinfield narrates in a beautiful manner to set you on the path of healthy living. Worth listening to once a year.
Just love books.
The narrators accent just grated on me, I couldn't finish listening.
As I didn't finish it, I couldn't say.
Good informational book for all if you can stand the narration.
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