Best Core Exercises for Women : A Woman's Guide to a Stronger Core, Better Physique, Slimmer Waist and Flatter Belly - (Fit Expert Series Book 10)
In order to do anything physically well in life you are going to need a strong core. The core comes into play on a regular basis and most of the time when we don't even realize it. They work to help you perform simple everyday acts such as sitting in a chair or standing. Supporting the spine and working in conjunction with other muscles during lifting, twisting and bending movements. Healthy well balanced core muscles will minimize back problems and help reduce back aches and pains. Any sports or other activities will be greatly improved with strong core muscles. Strong core muscles stabilize the body through many movements to help us keep our balance The core muscles are not just in the abdominal area of our body. They surround the spine protecting it from damage and wear and tear. As part of the, "Fit Expert Series" book collection "Best Core Exercises for women" features four health and fitness experts who offer their own personal advice, tips and techniques. Follow their advice on the different kinds of core training needed to not only improve strength but also tone and add shape to your body. With this book you will: Discover ways to burn fat efficiently and keep it off. Tone up muscles you never knew you had. Build overall strength. Improve posture. Minimize any aches and pains. Increase your energy levels. Help you to build confidence. Here is the list of fitness experts who contributed to this book: Serena Scanzillo Julian A. Amedee Garett Renon Danny Kavadlo"
- Paperback | 110 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 6.6mm | 222.26g
- 24 Feb 2015
- United States
- colour illustrations
About Andy Charalambous
Andy Charalambous was born in London, England and has worked in a number of well-known health clubs and gyms as a fitness instructor, personal trainer and masseur. He is not your average trainer! He has taken on fat loss experiments where he has gained weight in order to document how he will eventually lose the weight and fat. You can follow a few of his fat loss experiments by going to his website - www.fitscribbler.com - where you will find photos and images of his body transformations. Andy also writes and creates health and fitness books and at present he has a collection of books which focus on particular areas of womens' wellbeing as well as a number of muscle building books for men. You can find these on his website too. When he is not working he trains on the beach, cycles, swims, reads, rollerblades and does whatever he can to keep any negative thoughts at bay. "We have more control over our lives than we think. The sooner we realize this the better the chances are of reaching our goals and fulfilling our dreams" - Andy.