The College Dorm Workout: Fight the Freshman Fifteen in Twenty Minutes a Day without Starving to Death

The College Dorm Workout: Fight the Freshman Fifteen in Twenty Minutes a Day without Starving to Death

by Joyce L. Vedral, Simone Marthe
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The College Dorm Workout: Fight the Freshman Fifteen in Twenty Minutes a Day without Starving to Death by Joyce L. Vedral, Simone Marthe

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My daughter Marthe had gone off to college and gained 15 pounds and was going higher. I sent her all of my books and because she was in a tiny dorm room, she was forced to re-invent my workout for small spaces and minimal equipment, and reinvent the diet for cafeteria eating. Lo and behold she did it: The college dorm workout. In a matter of eight weeks she lost the fifteen pounds and was "buff," as they say. She had definition everywhere, and no longer feared food. Between the tricks she found (with my help) for working around the cafeteria menu and storing easy to find and keep foods in her room frig, she was home free. This book has been the salvation of not only college students, but anyone who must work in a small space, and/or must eat food provided to them by an "institution," restaurant, someone else's home etc.

Joyce L. Vedral, Ph.D at jvbody@aol.com Will Answer any Questions Regarding The College Dorm Workoutplain.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780446394772
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 01/01/1994
Pages: 191
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.67(d)

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The College Dorm Workout: Fight the Freshman Fifteen in Twenty Minutes a Day without Starving to Death 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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This workout is ideal for persons with busy schedules or those who only have a small space to workout in. I am a college student who needs a simple, easy to understand workout that I can do in a minimal amount of time with the best results. The book demonstrates a weight training workout with one set of 5 pound weights. There is also emphasis on aerobics, healthy eating, and tips for college cafeteria eating. The workout seems simple enough; it is split into working upper body one day, and lower body the next. Although I was a bit sore the first week, after a few weeks I noticed better muscle tone and improved energy and concentration. I also recommend any of Joyce's other workout books, particularly Definition which is wonderful for the busy woman since it requires only 15 minutes per day and also gives an aerobic effect as well.