Fitness for Everyone: 50 Exercises for Every Type of Body (Paperback)
An exercise book for every "body"! No matter who you are or what body type you have, there's the perfect exercise waiting for you in this incredible exercise guide.
You want to get into shape but feel limited by your weight, age, or ability. You want to workout but think that the exercises seem too difficult. You're looking for a workout routine that is simple, flexible, and effective. If this sounds familiar, then Fitness for Everyone is perfect for you!
Inside the pages of this motivational exercise guide, you'll find:
- 50 exercises that have modifications for every body type
- Step-by-step instructions showing you how to do each exercise
- 10 fitness routines for specific physical and mental benefits
- Expert advice on how to incorporate fitness into your everyday life
Personal trainer and fitness coach, Louise Green, is on a mission to change the way we think about exercise! Gone are the days of restricted eating programs and high-intensity training workouts that are unsustainable in the long term. This book will show you how fitness can benefit your daily life - no matter your shape, size, age, or ability.
Whether you've been working out for years or you're just getting started, you'll find something new, challenging, and exciting throughout the pages of this self-help book. The exercises included have variations for people of all body types and abilities. From pushups and burpees to planking and tricep dips, you'll soon start saying, "I can do every exercise in this book!"
Yes, You Can Exercise!
This inspirational book will empower you, motivate you, challenge you, and change you. It's your opportunity to reconnect with mind and body to enjoy the many benefits of an active lifestyle, physically and mentally. All you have to do is turn the page and start your journey!
About the Author
Louise Green is a personal trainer, fitness coach, fitness activist, and writer who has worked to change the narrative and the idealistic standards of our fitness culture. Her unique approach to fitness sustainability is not just looking at the physical and aesthetic aspects but also helping people understand the social and cultural challenges and barriers they might be facing. Through her speaking engagements, writing, and coaching, Louise's tenacity and voice are leading the charge in creating a more inclusive fitness culture across the globe. She's the first plus-size athlete to be featured in such elite magazines as Triathlete, Bicycling, Impact, Canadian Running, and Runner's World UK. Louise has worked with Mattel, Lululemon, Forever 21, and Dove, and she's also a columnist for SELF magazine.