The Common Sense Fitness Program That You Can Fit Into Your Everyday Life
Author: Paul LanthoisISBN 978-1-62137-874-7 (Softcover)
ISBN 978-1-62137-895-2 (eBook)
The best exercise for you is exercise that you’ll actually do. This is a common sense fitness guide that effectively builds your fitness in a gradual and sustainable way. It includes specific training techniques to improve the spring in your feet and ankles, which drastically minimizes your chance of injury. As well as containing specific fitness programs for people with moderate or high levels of fitness, this guide also has a great program for beginners and for those recovering from injury. If you’ve resisted fitness programs because you're afraid that you always end up hurting yourself, then this fitness guide is for you.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dr. Paul Lanthois is a Doctor of Chiropractic with over 25 years of experience. He has become a leading expert in what is fast becoming the new standard for pain relief. Having successfully overcome debilitating migraines and a fractured spine in his youth, Dr. Lanthois discovered that many times the most effective pain relief is not to medicate or even treat the site of the pain, but to use the pain to your advantage. In addition to running his chiropractic practice in Queensland, Australia, Dr. Lanthois has also authored the top-selling health and lifestyle guide “From Burnout to Balance in Four Weeks.” In addition, as part of the Your Healthy Pain lifestyle book series, he has authored guides on stretching, fitness, strength training, nutrition, stress and emotional management.
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