Hold It! You're Exercizing Wrong

Your Prescription for First-Class Fitness Fast

Hold It! You're Exercizing Wrong

Hold It! You should know that:

—Walking is not one of the best exercises and will never get you fit.

—For certain body types, stair climbers will not trim your thighs and buttocks or give you slim hips.

—You do not need expensive health club memberships to become fit.

—You do not need to exercise for more than an hour a day to lose weight or increase your fitness level.

Hold It! You're Exercising Wrong analyzes popular exercise techniques and explains why they do or do not work. Using his client-proven methods of fitness, Edward Jackowski renames body types and stresses their importance when choosing an exercise routine, details the four essential phases of any workout, lists the best exercises for weight loss, and provides motivational techniques to keep you going. Interspersing more than 150 tips on health and exercise, Hold It! You're Exercising Wrong is a no-nonsense, all-you-need-to-know guide to getting fit and staying that way.
  • Touchstone | 
  • 224 pages | 
  • ISBN 9780671890773 | 
  • January 1995
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Edward Jackowski
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Edward Jackowski

Edward J. Jackowski is the founder and president of Exude Inc. In addition to writing a number of fitness articles for various magazines and newsletters, he has written a fitness booklet, hosted a syndicated radio program, and has designed thousands of fitness programs for people of all walks of life, including soldiers from the United States Army and a number of non-profit organizations. An avid sportsman and all-around athlete, he is a member of American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), the International Dance & Exercise Association (IDEA), and is certified with the Aerobics & Fitness Association (AFAA), in both Aerobic and Fitness Training. Edward Jackowski holds a specialized degree (BBA), in Organizational Behavioral Management from the Bernard M. Baruch Business College.

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