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Fitness motivator Joan Price has collected more than 300 of her best tips for instant exercise in The Anytime, Anywhere Exercise Book. No matter where you are-at home, on the road, or even at the ...
Fitness motivator Joan Price has collected more than 300 of her best tips for instant exercise in The Anytime, Anywhere Exercise Book. No matter where you are-at home, on the road, or even at the office-you can jumpstart your exercise program in a matter of minutes.
With little or no equipment, you can do aerobic, strength training, or stretching activities while performing such everyday tasks as:
*Cleaning the house
*Driving to work
*Socializing with friends
*Traveling by plane
*Walking the dog
*Working at the computer
New research shows that just minutes of exercise, done several times throughout the day, can increase physical and mental energy, enhance productivity, decrease stress and depression, and boost well-being. Now you can find time to get in shape-even when you have none to spare!
Joan Price, M.A. (www.joanprice.com), is a health and fitness writer, professional speaker, and line-dance and fitness instructor whose specialty is helping beginning exercisers start and stick to an exercise program. Her books include The Complete Idiot's Guide to Online Health and Fitness; Joan Price Says, Yes, You Can Get in Shape!; The Complete Idiot's Guide to Online Medical Resources; and The Honest Truth about Losing Weight and Keeping It Off. She lives in Sebastopol, California.
Lawrence Kassman, M.D., F.A.C.E.P., is the director of the emergency department at Maine General Medical Center in Waterville, Maine. He is board-certified in emergency medicine. An avid recreational athlete, Dr. Kassman played varsity soccer in college, has run a marathon, bicycled across the country twice, and played competitive tennis. He lives in Albion, Maine.
Posted November 11, 2013