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5.0 out of 5 stars Ok, feeling motivated!, 4 May 2014
This review is from: Fitness Hacks: 50 Shortcuts to Effortlessly Cheat Your Way to a Better Body Today! (Fitness made Simple by Phil Pierce Book 4) (Kindle Edition)
A fascinatingly insightful guide from a guy who clearly knows his stuff. Helpful tips for fitness aficionados as well as couch potatoes who are looking to make small changes to their lifestyle and see big results. Buy it now!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great work once again., 1 May 2014
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Yet another great piece of work and really good reading.
Really makes you think about your own life style.
The tips are easy to understand and use in your every day life.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Some great stuff., 12 Oct. 2014
This review is from: Fitness Hacks: 50 Shortcuts to Effortlessly Cheat Your Way to a Better Body Today! (Fitness made Simple by Phil Pierce Book 4) (Kindle Edition)
Mostly good advice. Some slight contradictions: exercise first thing, eat a big breakfast, eat before training but wait a long time after eating a big meal before training. You could eat a small meal, exercise, eat the big breakfast and then go to work. But exercise suppresses appetite, so that breakfast may not be so easy. Only big worry is suggesting that people exercise up to their max heart rate and simply stop; so they can then measure their recovery heart rate. This is dangerous, the author insists on warm ups but apparently hasn't heard of cool downs or why they are recommended. Recovery heart rate is useful for athletes. For most people, esp. the unfit and elderly, testing resting heart rate on waking is an easy way to measure improved fitness; an uncharacteristic increase in that resting rate can indicate overtraining or illness, so you take things easier for a while. Finding that you haven't recovered from a max HR workout might serve the same purpose, but by then it is too late to decide not to workout too intensely that day! In contrast, Resting HR can be measured every day, if wanted and gives feedback before exercise!
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4.0 out of 5 stars review of fitness hacks!, 13 Jun. 2014
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I thought this book was very good, and deserved the rating given. It has some very clever ideas, allowing some thought which the author has done, into your workout and has pictures on how to achieve the body you want.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Common sense advice, 28 Jan. 2015
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This review is from: Fitness Hacks: 50 Shortcuts to Effortlessly Cheat Your Way to a Better Body Today! (Fitness made Simple by Phil Pierce Book 4) (Kindle Edition)
This book is packed full of life hacks to help make the path to fitness easier and more enjoyable. Well organised and written in a no- nonsense way which really appealed to me. I'm off to de- cobweb my trainers!
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