The Exercise Bible: The Definitive Guide to Total Body Health and Wellbeing by Joanna Hall hits the £1 shelf in my shop.
Kyle Cathie, 2003, Paperback.
A Later Printing. Illustrated with colour photographs.
From the flap: This is quite simply the definitive guide to exercise and physical activity to help you achieve total body wellbeing. The Exercise Bible aims to provide comprehensive information on all types of exercise whatever your aims, fitness level, body shape, available time and budget. Each of the three types of exercise (cardiovascular, resistance and flexibility) necessary for whole body health are covered clearly explaining how they benefit our bodies and how we can use them for maximum effect. Diet is also examined. Using scientific research, sample daily menus, recipes and advice on snacking and nutritional supplements Joanna shows how we can eat and drink to optimise and boost energy. Perhaps most importantly, however, theres a chapter dedicated to Exercise and Lifestyle which demonstrates how we can all become more active, regardless of our age, without compromising our family, work, and other commitments.
Very Good. Lightly rubbed at the tips of the wrappers which are slightly marked. Light reading creases to the spine. Text complete, clean and tight.
255 pages. Index. 10″ x 9″.
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