Aerobics Program For Total Well-Being: Exercise, Diet , And Emotional Balance

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Kenneth H. Cooper, the bestselling author of Running Without Fear, presents a complete program for total well-being—physically, nutritionally, emotionally—that includes dozens of ways to stay fit, three weeks of nutritious menus, guidelines for the twenty-two components of a comprehensive medical exam, and more.

The bestselling author of Running Without Fear presents a complete program for total well-being--physically, nutritionally, emotionally--that includes ...

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Overview

Kenneth H. Cooper, the bestselling author of Running Without Fear, presents a complete program for total well-being—physically, nutritionally, emotionally—that includes dozens of ways to stay fit, three weeks of nutritious menus, guidelines for the twenty-two components of a comprehensive medical exam, and more.

The bestselling author of Running Without Fear presents a complete program for total well-being--physically, nutritionally, emotionally--that includes dozens of ways to stay fit, three weeks of nutritious menus, guidelines for the 22 components of a comprehensive medical exam, and more.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780553346770
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 3/28/1985
  • Edition description: Reissue
  • Pages: 320
  • Sales rank: 420,197
  • Product dimensions: 7.52 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 0.66 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface 7
Part 1 The Balance Principle 9
1 What Is Total Well-Being? 10
2 The Development of a Dream 20
Part 2 The Food Factor in Total Well-Being 35
3 The Basic Principles of Balance in Your Diet 36
4 Is Your Blood in Balance? The Great Cholesterol Controversy 80
5 Supplements, "Super Foods" ... and Super Advertising 97
Part 3 The Fitness Factor in Total Well-Being 105
6 Aerobic Exercise: The Key to Achieving Balance in Body and Mind 106
7 The Secret of Enjoying Exercise 120
8 The Plan: The Chart Pack and the Aerobics Equations 137
Part 4 The Emotional Factor in Total Well-Being 183
9 The Aerobics Way to Emotional Balance 184
10 The Aerobic Family: A Study in Balance 198
11 The Joys of Fitness on the Job 208
Part 5 How to Monitor Your Body's Overall Balance 217
12 Taking the Mystery out of Your Medical Exam 218
13 Total Well-Being and Your Future 235
Conclusion 242
Appendix 246
Selected References 310
Index 318
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