Home Workout For Beginners: The Home Workout Plan On How To Get Fit For Life (Home Workout For Beginners, Home Workout Plan, Exercise And Fitness for beginners) (Volume 1)

You’re about to discover how to get fit and healthier than ever by just exercising at home. The best thing about this home workout plan is that the exercises in it require no equipment, no expensive membership at the gym, but just an open place in your home. Starting from making a plan, to simple and easy workouts, to beginner body weight circuits, this book has something for everyone, and the method is easy to implement. This is also a good option for those of you who want to lose weight by doing exercises at home and eating healthy. You will be amazed of how easy it can be to work out at home. Have you noticed how gyms today are sometimes so loaded with people, that it is actually hard to work out once you get there? You don’t need to spend your money and extra time on going to a gym if you don’t want to. Exercising at home with a good plan works just as well. The exercises presented in this book can also be adjusted and implemented according to your individual preconditions. Nevertheless, this book will help you stay fit and at good health while staying at home.

The Fitness Devotional: Volume 1

The body cannot be separated from the spirit in this life. Just as our Lord Jesus had need of the donkey’s colt when He rode into Jerusalem (see Luke 19:31), so you too need your body in this life. If your body could speak like the donkey in Numbers 22:28, what would it say to you? Fitness should not be about glorifying the flesh. As disciples we are called to work for a spiritual harvest. You will find it increasingly more difficult to work for the harvest when you get out of breath just climbing the stairs. Get inspired to improve the stewardship of your body and deepen your faith at the same time with this book.

Trigger Point Therapy: Stop Muscle & Joint Pain Naturally with Easy to use Trigger Point Therapy (Natural Health Solutions) (Volume 3)

Stop Muscle & Joint Pain Naturally with Easy to use Trigger Point Therapy (Myofascial Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Foam Rolling, Tennis Ball Massage) Do you suffer with aches and pains? Do you have reoccurring injuries? Do you suffer with chronic pain? Have you tried every possible cure only to find that the ache is still there? Are you sick and tired of aches which move from one body part to another? Do you feel battered and beaten after your night’s sleep? Well you don’t have to feel like this anymore thanks to the wonders of myofascial message, whereby you can treat yourself naturally either with your hands, a massage ball or tennis ball or via a foam roller! There are a great many trigger points, which can be used quite successfully to treat a variety of conditions. In this short practical guide, we are going to focus upon the top ten essential trigger points, trigger points which can be used in everyday life by the majority of people. Some of the deeper trigger points, seen deep inside the thigh and pelvis, can be a little hard to reach but for most people, with some effort, they should be either able to treat themselves or if necessary a friend or family member should be able to treat them effectively, through manipulation of the relevant trigger points. Can we Really Treat Ourselves? Trigger points are atypically deployed by physical therapists, osteopaths, naturopaths and masseurs. So considering all of these people are highly qualified, and of course they are standing over the patient, where they can apply considerable force, is there any point in trying to treat ourselves? Well, obviously we cannot expect the same result, while working on ourselves, than that which we might receive if we go to a professional therapist. However, just because the result will be less effective, does not mean that we cannot give it a go. Also, treating oneself, in no way diminishes the role of the therapist. Rather, it makes the role of the therapist more meaningful, because a patient, who takes an active interest in their treatment and makes an effort to assist the healing process, while in the comfort of their own home, is actually making the healing effort more effective and is more likely to return to a therapist for further assistance. So if you are sick of having persistent aches and pains and want to do something proactive about ti, then read this book today!

Original Kriya Yoga Volume I: Step-by-step Guide to Salvation

Countless Kriya Yogis tracing their lineage back to Lahiri Mahasaya have continued to disseminate the ancient practice of Kriya Yoga to new disciples, in India and in the West. Through a combination of mis-communication and intentional alteration, however, most of what is taught as Kriya Yoga today is far from what was originally taught, often to the detriment of sincere practitioners. In this short, but practical and experiential guide, Sri Mukherjee reveals the techniques of Kriya Yoga, as originally taught by Lahiri Mahasaya. Sri Mukherjee is the disciple of Sri Gyanendranath Mukhopadhyay (Mukherjee) who compiled the Pranab Gita from the teachings of his Guru, Swami Pranabanandaji. Swami Pranabanandaji is well known as the main disciple of Lahiri Mahasaya, and so what is made available here has not been altered through the distorting effect of formal organizations (which Mahasaya and Pranabanandaji both eschewed), but has been kept intact through the age-old method of direct guru-to-disciple transmission. Fearing the loss of the original Kriya Yoga as taught by Lahiri Mahasaya, Sri Mukherjee has generously written this book in order to record and share this most valuable of all human knowledge.

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Lose Fat Gain Muscle: Weight Training and Fat Loss Program to Lose Fat Build Muscle (Volume 1)


Recent scientific research has discovered that the proper type of exercise and the proper timing of exercise are two extremely important factors for successfully losing fat and building muscle.

Interval-type exercise is more beneficial for fat loss than many hours of strenuous endurance-type exercise. Fat loss achieved during very strenuous exercise tends to get reversed because the body tries to quickly replenish its fat stores, as it perceives marathon-type exercise as a threat to survival.

Research has shown that high-intensity intermittent exercise (HIIE), also called sprint interval training (SIT), or high-intensity interval training (HIT), is the most effective type of exercise for reducing body fat rapidly, as well as reducing blood pressure, triglycerides, and fasting glucose.

The Healthy Dynamic Living Fitness Plan: Utilizing Paleo Principles in Fitness Program Design (The Healthy Dynamic Living Nutrition, Fat Loss, and Fitness Series) (Volume 3)

Just as our ancestors’ eating patterns formed the basic nutritional requirements of modern-day humans, their movement patterns set in stone how our bodies function physiologically and biomechanically. To grow, live, and age optimally, we must mimic the physical lifestyles of those who inhabited the earth for the first 99.6% of human existence. The world in which ancient hunter/gatherers grew up was a veritable jungle gym of fitness opportunities. Our Paleolithic ancestors didn’t have to do aerobics or Pilates. Their hearts, lungs, and muscles were strong and dynamic from the rigors of living and surviving in a challenging environment. In modern times, increasing physical activity is a must. Attempting to mimic the activity patterns of our ancestors with well-designed, planned fitness activities is even better. One of the ways in which modern humans do themselves harm is by attempting to manufacture exercise, putting their bodies into positions and situations that are foreign to it. Unfamiliar ranges of motion, especially against resistance, cause trauma and injury. Even everyday living poses challenges to our physical structure that were not encountered even 10 years ago! Who would have predicted the debilitating orthopedic consequences of texting called “text neck?” Physical activity as a result of work, lifestyle habits, or planned exercise is critical to maintaining proper function of the human body. Physical activity conditions the mind and the body while helping to prevent the accumulation of excess body fat. You’ll benefit from the principles put forth in “The Healthy Dynamic Living Fitness Plan: Utilizing Paleo Principles in Fitness Program Design,” whether you think that you’re in great shape or you’ve really “let yourself go.”

Resistance Band Training: Learn to Use Resistance Bands to Maximize Your Workout and Improve Your Cardiovascular Health (Volume 1)

Resistance Bands
Learn to Use Resistance Bands to Maximize Your Workout and Improve Your Cardiovascular Health
Many people believe that resistance band training is only a fad piece of equipment that will come and go, but resistance bands have been around for quite awhile and are now growing in popularity even more. The reasons why have to do with the ability to perform multiple types of training programs; the convenience of storage and transportation; and because they have actually been proven to work no matter how long they are used. You will come to find that there are many of other reasons why resistance bands are one of the cheapest and most effective pieces of equipment that you can own.
Trainers around the world are beginning to incorporate resistance bands into the daily workouts of their clients, and even elite athletes use them for a variety of different purposes on a weekly basis. Needless to say, the importance of resistance bands being utilized into daily workouts is quite high when it comes to keeping everything convenient and cost effective. Let’s take a deeper look into the world of resistance band training, and see what benefits you will receive upon starting this type of workout.
Resistance Training
Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn… The Benefits of Strength and Functional Training The Reasons Why Resistance Bands Work Better Resistance Loop Bands Outshine the Rest Convenience and Cost Effective Resistance Loop Band Training Program Explanations of Various Exercises he Different Types of Resistance Bands Flexibility and Mobility
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