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by Philip E Allsen


by. Allsen, Philip E; Harrison, Joyce . joint author; Vance, Barbara Jane, joint author.

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Fitness for Life provides more than just the facts about cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, weight control, nutrition and relaxation techniques--it provides students with the tools to apply what they've learned to their own lifestyle.
Frlas
Among other things, this book teaches how to exercise to get the most aerobic benefit and build up your heart's endurance. It has a huge list of every type of sport/activity/exercise imaginable and how many calories you'd burn doing the given exercise for a given amount of time, then teaches you to plan how long you need to exercise to get results. I followed the exercise principles taught in the book and got into the best shape of my life. It's not a fad program or miracle cure, just solid, time-tested principles that work--if you do the work.
Aria
This is a superb book. It gets at the "heart" of living a healthy life with simple, straight-forward advice. I would recommend it to anyone.
VariesWent
I was fortunate to have used this excellent text - and had the author, Dr. Allsen as my instructor - while a student at Brigham Young University.
The text covers everything that is needed for healthy lifestyles. Nutrition, flexibility, exercising, etc.
Easy to understand. Highly recommended.
Fitness for life: An individualized approach ebook
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Philip E Allsen
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W. C. Brown Co; 2nd edition (1980)
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159 pages
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