Get a great workout... anywhere. Without an expensive gym membership.
Regular exercise is part of a healthy lifestyle but many people find excuses to avoid it. Whether you have a busy schedule or a tight budget, you can still reap the benefits of exercise by working out in the convenience of your own home, or just about anywhere else for that matter.
Travel for work? No problem. Do these exercises in your hotel room.
Have a busy schedule? Perfect. Workout when it's convenient for you - not just when the gym is open.
Skip the gym membership fees and still get the results you desire.
Don't want to get locked into a costly gym membership contract? Awesome. You don't need a gym. You need just a few simple exercises you can perform in the comfort of your own home.
You already own all the "exercise equipment" you need. It's called your body!
Bodyweight exercises are done using your body as resistance. Bodyweight exercises can tone your body and increase your overall endurance and strength. Bodyweight exercises are perfect for people who do not feel comfortable at the gym. Most bodyweight exercises do not require any equipment at all. The main resistance will be provided by your body.
Get toned with this eight-week program
This book contains various bodyweight exercises that can target several muscle groups at once. This book also contains an eight-week sample exercise program for both beginner and advanced levels. You will also find information on how you can integrate cardio exercise into your routine. Additionally, you will also find other helpful information about nutrition to improve your overall health.
This book really works when you know the exercises he describes I'm sure they are difficult to describe but otherwise he knows his stuff
Would you ever listen to anything by Mike Fisher again?
Perhaps, something with a bit more depth
Any additional comments?
I confess to a certain dubiousness when I downloaded a training guide in audio form. Sadly, my doubts were justified. <br/>My biggest problem is that the exercise descriptions are very skimpy, so that if you don't already know what each exercise looks like, many of them are opaque, at least to me. <br/>I cannot comment on the work-outs themselves as the exercise descriptions for many of the exercises left me puzzled. This format does not lend itself to such a book, unless the author takes a lot more work to describe what he means than did this one.