Published: New York, N.Y. : Avery, c2012 Description: 182 p. ill. ; 23 cm ISBN/ISSN: 9781583334508 (pbk.), 1583334505 (pbk.), Language: English
" The go-to guys for urban health and fitness point the way to summer's bangin' body. Charles LaSalle and his City Gym Boys first gained notoriety with their ripped bodies and popular beefcake calendars. But since LaSalle founded the group in 1997, they have made it their mission to mentor urban youth on the lifelong benefits of fitness and exercise. With practical advice on everything from diet to turning household objects into workout tools, Get a Bangin' Body explains why pumping iron is pasš, and shares a body-weight-only program that anyone-whatever their age, income, or fitness level-can undertake. This unique exercise book encourages communities across the country to take charge of their health by implementing a workout program of push-ups, pull-ups, lunges, squats, and planks that will build a naturally lean, toned, and healthy physique. Get a Bangin' Body will show readers how to inexpensively, conveniently, and effectively build the body of their dreams"--
"The Work will be a fun and practical health and exercise book that teaches readers of all ages and fitness levels how to get fit anywhere (from their living room to their local park) by focusing on body weight exercises, using their own body as weight and resistance. The book will encourage readers to adopt a healthy lifestyle and achieve their personal and fitness goals"--
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