Jogging: Cool Suggestions For You To Enjoy While Achieving Good Health [NOOK Book]

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Live a healthy life with your cardio!

The secret to have the best jog is here!

Learn how to jog the right way and you’ll definitely in for the right path to lose weight.
“Very helpful jogging tips. Especially the ones related to the ...
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Jogging: Cool Suggestions For You To Enjoy While Achieving Good Health

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Overview

Live a healthy life with your cardio!

The secret to have the best jog is here!

Learn how to jog the right way and you’ll definitely in for the right path to lose weight.
“Very helpful jogging tips. Especially the ones related to the posture’’ – Jasmin Y

Jogging is probably the cheapest means to lose weight. Your main investment is probably only the running shoes and might be the hardest part is giving time to do it regularly.
This book will help you have proper posture in jogging. Jogging not only is healthy but it is also a cheap means to lose weight. With this economic crisis, this would be a very practical option.

Here are some of the things that you will find inside this book:
Use the right shoes
Use the appropriate clothes
Eat the right foodSafety while jogging
Proper posture
Health Benefits

With this book, you will definitely realize that losing weight does not necessarily mean that you have to spend a lot of money. All you need is to have the will and the right amount of tips and this book will help you do that.
Get this book now and you will see the difference.

Finally, get answers to your questions like:
"How can I have a fit body with the jogging tips in this book?"
"Why does my feet keep on aching after my jog?"
"Will this book make my weight fit on my age and height?"

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015718331
  • Publisher: Vielmassociates LTD
  • Publication date: 12/5/2012
  • Series: Healthy Living , #5
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 325 KB

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  • Posted January 29, 2013

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    Whos up for a jog?

    Jogging …

    So we all know what the book is about, its message, there is no hidden agenda here. The books aim is to inform you, make you more knowledgeable and take more interest in your health. We see so much today where health is becoming more important to people, whether it be in how we eat, drink or how we live. This goes over a lot of ground that many will be familiar with but at the same time, this repetition of what you already know is rather important as it rams into you what you need to do to live a healthier lifestyle. It gives you a starting place … jogging.

    I think one of the major successes of this book is how it motivates you. It motivates you to WANT to jog! And for those of us who previously had wanted to do exercise, to run, but in essence have never just been bothered to put in the effort then I suggest you read this book! It makes you really WANT to jog, it makes you see the benefits of jogging as an exercise, what it can do for you not just in terms of fitness but in your life. It makes you reflect on how living a healthier lifestyle can really benefit you.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 7, 2013

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    Jogging Our Memories?

    When I was little, I remember peering out our front living-room window and witnessing an unusual spectacle: two men wearing t-shirts, shorts with piping, and funny-looking sneakers loping along, not quite at a full run, but not casually walking either.

    I asked my father what those two men were doing.

    He replied, "They're jogging."

    "Juggling?"

    "No. Jogging. They're running at a steady pace, keeping in shape. Lots of people are doing it these days. Would you like to join me? I'm about ready to go jog myself."

    I joined him, partly out of curiosity, but mostly because I wanted to spend time with him.

    After about thirty minutes of pounding the pavement in my thin Converses, my arches sore and my legs aching, I begged off and proceeded to limp home.

    I realized that not only did I despise running, I hated exercise, period.

    I wasn't having any of it.

    Just leave me my Bugs Bunny cartoons and a few books and I was a relatively happy camper.



    I blame Jim Fixx.

    For those of you who aren't familiar with the name, Fixx was THE jogging guru of the 1970s. His book, "The Complete Book of Running," was mandatory reading for every aspiring Steve Prefontaine (a long-distance runner who was killed in a 1975 automobile accident).

    Fixx never set out to motivate the masses per se. Prior to his fitness conversion, he was a sedentary sort who was prone to severe weight gain and lived with lifelong coronary illness.

    Then one day he realized that he needed to change his poor eating and exercise habits if he didn't want to keel over and die at a young age.

    So he proceeded to start running.

    As time progressed, he gradually became leaner and lighter and lost quite a bit of weight. Inspired by his personal success, he wrote his eponymous tome in 1977 that catapulted him to the top of the non-fiction best-seller book list. With the zealousness of a true believer, he appeared on talk shows and on the radio, dispensing helpful advice and offering constant encouragement to those seeking to lose weight, eat right and feel better in the process.

    He was a true Renaissance man in the world of fitness.

    Then one July day in 1984, while on a routine run in his neighborhood, he abruptly collapsed and died of a massive heart attack. He was only 52 years old.

    He keeled over and died at a young age.

    So what does the previous anecdote reveal?

    That, from the perspective of yours truly, Fixx was savvy enough to take advantage of the fitness craze that had started sweeping the nation. He discovered he loved jogging and genuinely wanted to help educate what was, up to that point, a largely indifferent American public about the benefits of running to get in shape.

    And that there are also other ways to get in shape without banging one's feet on the ground in a constant rhythm, day in and day out, over a long period of time. Such repetitive motion is murder on the knees and arches. And ankles. And tendons. And on and on and on...

    Look, I get the exercise bit. It's a necessary component of a healthy lifestyle and is indicative of an individual's quality of life. (So, too, is sitting in front of a computer typing away for several hours and developing symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome.)

    But let's face it: not everyone enjoys it or even wants to do it. There are viable alternatives to staying in shape without grinding one's cartilage into nothing and suffering shin splints.

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  • Posted January 1, 2013

    Good Jogging material

    This book is really good in some sense. I was able to get a few little details from this book, but the thing is I think that it could have been a little more unique. I can say that I liked it and I learned more things that I did not know.

    This book is good and I think that others should read it, because you will learn a few things that you do not know about jogging, but on the other hand you will also learn things that you already know. I have to say that it is okay to learn some things that we have already read, because that will help us remember what we need to do and how we are supposed to do it.

    The author is great and he really knows how to grab a reader’s attention when it comes to books that we need in order to help us get through certain things. I think that this is a good book and everyone should read it even if you do know more about jogging and what it can do for you. There are times when we tend to forget the main issues, so it is nice to read something that will refresh your memory.

    This book is good and I thought it could have been more unique, but just because I know about jogging does not mean someone else does not, so I recommend this book to my friends and others that need some help with jogging and staying motivated.

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  • Posted February 7, 2013

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    Truth: Being healthy starts from you. To be healthy, or get sli

    Truth: Being healthy starts from you.

    To be healthy, or get slim, or have a good outlook in life, a person must take charge for himself/herself, implement several changes and leave their sedentary lifestyle. This is also like a self-help book if only one will take to heart what the writer is saying.

    In reading this book, I learned the preps I need to take before jogging and that this physical activity is not `just running'. This book discusses the benefit of jogging, what I need to do prior to jogging and while jogging especially when I am taking different terrains. It also tackles the practical applications I need to do as a beginner and additional information about jogging like proper posture and its health benefits.

    If you think about it, jogging is actually an effective way of losing weight without any costs like membership fees, rental fees, etc. All you need is yourself, your running shoes, comfortable running clothes, a wide space for running and the determination to have a fit and fabulous you.

    For a fifteen-page book, this is jam-packed with information I can apply for myself as a beginning jogger or for others who has jogged and didn't know that there are more into jogging than what meets the eye. It discusses a healthy lifestyle and it reiterates that any physical activity is not effective if not also taken with a healthy diet.

    In his direct and constructive approach, Stephen Williams is able to convey to people the importance of healthy lifestyle and jogging is a cheap way of doing so. This is a practical read for those who wants to apply jogging in their lives as part of a healthy lifestyle.

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  • Posted February 7, 2013

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    Jogging off those Pounds!  I believe and this is just my person

    Jogging off those Pounds!

     I believe and this is just my personal view that jogging is the best way to lose weight. I say this because Cardio is a calorie blasting
    exercise. You burn a lot more calories doing Cardio that you ever will with Aerobics. When you jog your entire core is engaged from your
    face down to your toes, you are wrestling with gravity to shed those pounds quickly. I learned from experience that there is a difference
    between running around in the park until you get tired and actual jogging.
    Stephen claims that with just 30 minutes of jogging daily you can lose the weight. I like the fact that Stephen teaches you how to run
    effectively and maximize the best results from your workout. There no gym fees to consider or trainer fees, because jogging is something
    you can accomplish without the help of an instructor. I will say that Jogging is not a walk in the park, n pun intended. The most important
    thing I took from this book was harsh lesson about procrastination. I have been there constantly threatening to wake up and take action
    and never quite getting there. The first time I ever jogged I think I ran for about a minute before collapsing and breathing hard from
    exhaustion. He touched on the consumption of food just before exercising and how much it negates your efforts.
    He touched a lot on the how, why and who. he really does show you how to have an effective workout. I liked learning the techniques and
    I am looking forward to putting them to use. The only criticism is that he sort of flew through the 'motivation' bits. Jogging should be
    instinct and not forced. Anything that is forced dies not produce health risks As Stephen says in the book, always stay hydrated and pace
    yourself. My biggest problem with jugging is that I confuse it with slow running.
    I used to shy away from jogging because of the way my breasts would bounce up and down while I did it. Stephen even touched on the
    importance of wearing the right bra. This book is very insightful. Push yourself by testing the advice he gave. This is a quick read because
    there is only so much you need to know about wearing the right clothes. Being fit not only helps those around you. This was yet another
    helpful book from Stephen. You will be jogging off those pounds as you go along.

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