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The Whartons' Cardio-Fitness Book: The Step-by-Step Program for High…

by Jim Wharton

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0812931610, Paperback)

Train Your Heart for a Brand-New Start

Professional athletes and weekend warriors alike have long looked to the father-son team of Jim and Phil Wharton for the cutting-edge advice on fitness. Now, following on the success of the bestselling The Whartons' Stretch Book and The Whartons' Strength Book, they present The Whartons' Cardio-Fitness Book, the ultimate guide to building endurance and heart health through cardiovascular training.

Give them thirty minutes three times a week, and the Whartons will give you a better body, more energy, and a stronger heart. By becoming heart-fit, you'll not only lose extra pounds and decrease stress, but also help ward off heart disease, develop stronger bones, and build a healthier future. Special features of this book include:
¸         The seven myths about endurance training and your heart
¸         An owner's manual to your heart
¸         Setting goals for fitness and weight loss--and finding the time to work out
¸         Customizing a workout for ten different cardiovascular activities--walking,                         racewalking, running, jumping rope, aerobic dancing, swimming, in-line                         skating, cross-country skiing, cycling, and rowing--with detailed six-week                         training schedules for beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels
¸         Flip art to illustrate proper techniques
¸         Taking your workout to the gym
¸         Fueling your training with the right foods
¸         Special tips for children and older athletes

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:16:41 -0400)

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