Series: for Dummies Fitness

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Acupressure and Reflexology For Dummies by Bobbi Dempsey
Ballet for Dummies by Scott Speck
Beyond Basic Yoga for Dummies (DVD) by Sara Ivanhoe
Core Strength For Dummies by LaReine Chabut
Cross-Training For Dummies by Tony Ryan
Exercise Balls for Dummies by LaReine Chabut
The Exercise Training Diary for Dummies by Allen St. John
Figure Skating for Dummies by Kristi Yamaguchi
Fit Over 40 for Dummies by Betsy Nagelsen McCormack
Fitness for dummies by Kelly Baker
Fitness for Dummies by Suzanne Schlosberg
Fitness Walking for Dummies by Liz Neporent
Kettlebells for Dummies by Sarah Lurie
Mind-Body Fitness for Dummies by Therese Iknoian
Pilates for Dummies by Ellie Herman
Pilates Weight-Loss Workout for Dummies DVD by Tracey Thompson
Pilates Workout for Dummies by Michelle Dozois
Power Yoga for Dummies by Doug Swenson
The Runner's Training Diary For Dummies by Allen St. John
Running for Dummies by Florence Griffith-Joyner
Stretching for Dummies by LaReine Chabut
T'ai Chi for Dummies by Therese Iknoian
Ten Minute Tone-Ups For Dummies by Cyndi Targosz
Ten Minute Tone-Ups for Dummies Pocket Edition (Pocket Editions) by Cyndi Targosz
The Triathlete's Training Diary for Dummies by Allen St. John
Weight Training Diary for Dummies by Allen St. John
Weight Training for Dummies by Liz Neporent
Weight Training For Dummies - A Reference For The Rest Of Us! by Suzanne Liz and Schlosberg Neporent
Workouts for Dummies by Tamilee Webb
Yoga for Dummies by Georg Feuerstein
Yoga Weight-Loss Workout for Dummies (DVD) by Chris Freytag
Yoga with Weights For Dummies by Sherri Baptiste

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  1. Healthy Aging For Dummies by Brent Agin (2008)
  2. Yogilates(R): Integrating Yoga and Pilates for Complete Fitness, Strength, and Flexibility by Jonathan Urla (2002)
  3. The Tai Chi Book: Refining and Enjoying a Lifetime of Practice by Robert Chuckrow (1998)
  4. Simple Fitness Exercises: Traditional Chinese Movements For Health & Rejuvenation by Jiawen Miao (2000)
  5. Definition: Shape Without Bulk in 15 Minutes a Day by Joyce L. Vedral (1995)
  6. Change Your Mind, Change Your Body: Suzy Prudden's 21-Day Metafitness Program by Suzy Prudden (1992)
  7. The Tai Chi Handbook by Herman Kauz (1974)
  8. Walking Magazine The Complete Guide To Walking: for Health, Fitness, and Weight Loss by Mark Fenton (2001)
  9. Complete Idiot's Guide to T'ai Chi and QiGong (Book & DVD) by Bill Douglas (1999)
  10. Pilates: Body in Motion by Alycea Ungaro (2002)
  11. The Ultimate Body Rolling Workout: The Revolutionary Way to Tone, Lengthen, and Realign Your Body by Yamuna Zake (2003)
  12. Pilates Directory by Alan Herdman (2004)
  13. Walking Off Weight: The Workbook: The 14-Day, 14-Step Program for Lasting Weight Loss by Robert Sweetgall (1989)
  14. The Complete Waterpower Workout Book: Programs for Fitness, Injury Prevention, and Healing by Lynda Huey (1993)
  15. YOU: The Owner's Manual: An Insider's Guide to the Body that Will Make You Healthier and Younger by Michael F. Roizen (2005)

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Subcategory of Dummies, as found on www.Dummies.com


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