August 21, 2012
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At home fitness workouts are great for people who either do not have the time to go back and forth to a gym to workout, do not want to pay the expensive start up fees and monthly membership to a gym, or are just beginning a workout plan and want to start out with body-weight exercises before moving into weight training. Nutrition tips, definition of common workout terms, motivational quotes, and a cardiovascular workout plan are all included in The Total Body Workout.
This collection is a valuable addition to any workout! Included are beginner exercises, with a few intermediate exercises, that can all be done at home, without any equipment, weights, or machines. As an added bonus, included, are some suggestions for “home-made” weights, such as, sand or water filled milk containers.
The Total Body Workout is a collection of ALL the exercises found in:
- At Home Fitness: Get Lean and Toned at Home: Arm Workout
- At Home Fitness: Get Lean and Toned at Home: Abs & Back Workout
- At Home Fitness: Get Lean and Toned at Home: Leg and Butt Workout
- PLUS over 25 fat-burning modifications to ramp up your workout!
Examples of exercises found in Total Body Workout:
- Mountain Climber
- Four-Count Bodybuilder
- Bicycle Crunch
- Dive Bombers
- Lunge with Torso Rotation
- Single Leg Squat
The author has also included explanations to these age old questions about strength training and cardiovascular exercise:
- Strength training to lose weight: How does it work?
- How does muscle help us lose more inches quicker?
- What is a cardio workout?
- Should I do cardio before or after strength training?
- How does cardio help me lose weight?
- What kinds of cardio workouts should I do?