Get Fit For Free and Ditch the Gym
Workout Routines to Keep Fit, Tone Up, Lose Weight, and Save Money
Gym memberships can be costly, yet going to the gym can be inconvenient and take more time than you have to spare. There's no reason why you can't get a great workout at home without spending any money, but some may not know where to start.
That's where Get Fit for Free and Ditch the Gym for Total Fitness can help. Written by Scott Tudge, a personal trainer who's written for Men's Health Magazine, this book suggests many ways that you can workout at home. The book comes with a self-assessment test, so that you can determine your fitness level and pick the best starting workout. The book further helps you set goals and provides advice for creating a gym in your own home, should you wish to invest in some low-cost equipment.
- 36 different programs and 60 different exercises, which can be recombined
- Working out at home will save gym fees
- Advice to avoid injury
- Exercises are illustrated
- Includes chart to record your progress
- Each exercise has modifications to make it easier or harder
- Nutrition information may not be enough to help everyone lose weight
- Some may find it hard to stay focused at home
This book is primary a workout book, but it does come with suggestions for integrating healthy eating into your life.EXERCISE
Get Fit for Free and Ditch the Gym includes many different exercises and fitness programs, which can be combined to make hundreds of different exercise routines. Each exercise comes fully illustrated, step-by-step instructions and a description of its benefits.CONCLUSION
If you want to start a serious workout program at home, this book is a great tool to get you started. You can even use this book to get ideas on ways to squeeze in a little more exercise when you might not have had a big chunk of time to spend at the gym.Common Misspellings
Get Fit and Ditch the Gym