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The Couch Potato Workout: 101 Exercises You Can Do At Home! download ebook

by MD Joel M. Press

The Couch Potato Workout: 101 Exercises You Can Do At Home! download ebook
ISBN:
192998815X
ISBN13:
978-1929988150
Author:
MD Joel M. Press
Publisher:
North American Spine Society (January 1, 2006)
Pages:
80 pages
ePUB:
1783 kb
Fb2:
1462 kb
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Rating:
4.4

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This entertaining book provides 101 simple exercises that can be done at home to increase strength, balance and flexibility. From the Overhead Laundry Toss to One-Legged Flossing. I'm sure the book merits more than one star.

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This entertaining book provides 101 simple exercises that can be done at home to increase strength, balance .

Couch Potato Exercises 101 - Mindful Living Network. Fortunately, there are couch potato exercises you can do while you’re watching television. Watching TV is fun, but it can make you sick.

Exercising at home is, hopefully, something you've been thinking about while sat on the sofa, pawing at your doughy middle. Absolutely you could stock your new home gym with some muscle building essentials. Of course, you could clear away the coffee table to create space. Sure you could get up 15 minutes earlier and squeeze in some exercise at home before work. But then what? With MH's help, taking your first steps towards fitness needn't be daunting. The Beginner's Guide to Mobility & Stretching.

These are only a few thoughts from The Couch Potato Workout: 101 Exercises You Can Do At Home! by Joel .

These are only a few thoughts from The Couch Potato Workout: 101 Exercises You Can Do At Home! by Joel M. Press, . president of the North American Spine Society and medicinal chief of the Spine and Sports Institute at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. The Couch Potato Workout depicts the various common sense and utilitarian activities individuals can do to manufacture quality, parity and adaptability as a major aspect of their typical every day schedule.

Life can get busy, and oftentimes we find ourselves traveling or otherwise unable to get to our preferred health and fitness facility for a workout. ACE Certified Professional Ted Vickey offers these 25 moves to help you stay on track, no matter where you find yourself. Using only your own body weight,these versatile moves can help you create a total-body at-home workout that fits your needs and abilities. Top 25 At-Home Workouts. Who doesn't want to think they have super powers? Great stretch as well when you picture trying to touch the opposing walls with your fingers and.

Technique-Building Exercises You Can Do While Watching TV!. By Greg Horne. With tons of exercises and licks to develop your technique in astonishing ways, The Couch Potato Guitar Workout is your ticket to advancing as a guitarist--all while sitting on your couch! Sample Pages. Additional Information.

This entertaining book provides 101 simple exercises that can be done at home to increase strength, balance and flexibility. From the "Overhead Laundry Toss" to "One-Legged Flossing," Dr. Press - a leading expert in sports medicine and rehabilitation - explains everyday activities that can improve your overall fitness level and reduce the risk of injury. Amusing illustrations provide a guide for the reader on proper technique. All proceeds from the sales of The Couch Potato Workout will be used to fund spine rehabilitation research through the North American Spine Society and the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago.
Reviews:
  • TheSuspect
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  • Xirmiu
Amazingly easy to follow instructions provide an unexpectedly complete workout that slips quite sneakily into your daily routines. Your only risk is losing your couch potato status.
  • terostr
Dr Joel Press is the 'go to' rehab doctor in Chicago. The model for his book is incorporating exercises into things we all do every day - go up stairs, ride on buses, sit at desks. He describes stretch and strengthing exercises for many problems and explains clearly how they are designed. A marvelous book that if you lend it someone you will never see it again. They vanish magically.
  • Leceri
If you're breathing then this book is for YOU!!!! Such a clever, fun way to look at excercising that isn't really a "workout". A great gift for anyone athlete or potatoe...anyone can benefit from learning how to stretch, strengthen and just feel better.

I LOVED this book and the proceeds go to a great cause 100%!!!! Awesome.
  • Wel
I was overly disappointed with this book.I got in the mail looked at it once and put it in the trash,what a waist.
  • Skrimpak
Amazon have asked me to review this book. Unfortunately I cannot do so. However, just as soon as I can summon up the energy to get up off the couch and open the book, I'll be happy to oblige!

PS I had to rate the book (couldn't submit the review with a 'blank' rating) and since I can't rate it until I actually read it, have given it one star! My apologies to MD Joel M. Press for the unfair rating. I'm sure the book merits more than one star. I'll review my rating and the book, when I get around to reading it. Just give me time, lots of time! I'm a couch potato, remember, that's why I ordered the darn book in the first place!
  • Unereel
This book is great fun - but also serious advice. There are so many ways to take everyday activities and turn them into a little workout. I had to laugh at the brushing your teeth while balancing on one leg hint - then I tried it and all the variations suggested. I also read more about Dr. Press and his focus on sports and rehabilitation medicine, and his bike ride across the USA to raise money for his practice and raise awareness (Ride for rehab on ric.org website) So just a way of saying that this guy not only writes about it, he gets it, he does it, he lives it.
A fun way to get exercises in during the day - especially for the busy professional running around all day or for the true 'couch potato'