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Handbook for Total Body Re-Conditioning

Aug 7

Written by: Del Meyer
08/07/2018 8:45 AM 

HANDBOOK

FOR TOTAL BODY

RE-CONDITIONING

Scientific Weight-Loss

Joint-Ligament-Muscle Conditioning

Aerobics-Balance-Strengthening Exercise

Mental Health-Memory Stimulation

TABLE OF CONTENTS                                    

Foreword:       The Diet—Weight—Loss Challenge

*A Different Emphasis

Preface:           The Diet—Weight—Loss Conundrum

*Why is there a Weight Problem?

Introduction:   The Weight—Loss—Exercise—Dilemma

*Why both are necessary?

*Why this handbook is your answer for total body reconditioning?

PART I–SCIENTIFIC WEIGHT-LOSS

Chapter 1:       Principles of Eating, Dieting, and Exercise

*For Physical and Mental Health

Chapter 2:       What is a Normal Weight?

*How Weight and Height are Related.

*The Body-Mass-Index.

Chapter 3:       What is Obesity?

*How are Calories related to obesity?

*How weight and calories are related.

Chapter 4:       The Body Mass Index Table (BMI)

*Determine Your BMI.

*Define your weight category.

Chapter 5:       Your Gain Weight Inventory

*How to Achieve Normal Weight.

*Your Weight-Loss Goal.

Chapter 6:       The Diet Industry Keeps Growing as Dieting Results Are Tanking

*Understanding the relationship of weight to calories and exercise.

*Weight Gain and Weight Loss is a simple equation.

Chapter 7:       The Author’s Personal Experience Validates This Calorie-Weight Loss Relationship

Chapter 8:       Self-care is Increasingly Important

*Understanding Diet-Related Diseases (before you see your doctor or dietitian or go to the hospital).

PART II—PHYSICAL EXERCISE

Chapter 9:       Health Assessment with BMI Normal Fitness and Exercise Overview

*Are your joints, ligaments, muscles healthy?

*How to keep them normal and in good condition.

Chapter 10:     The Morning Stretch/Flex Daily Routine

*Joint range of motion (ROM) to keep Muscles, Tendons, Ligaments and Joints Healthy.

Chapter 11:     Health Benefits of Aerobics

*150 minutes of aerobics weekly by running, jogging, or fast walking 25 minutes daily six days a week.

*Outdoors in your courtyard or around the block—no need for a Treadmill.

Chapter 12:     Muscle Strengthening Exercise

* Strengthen Upper, lower extremities, and back by Push-ups, Sit-ups. Barbells on a Foam Pad.

*Add Bench Press to strengthen joint ligaments and muscles in upper and lower body simultaneously.

*No need to Join a Gym.

*Benefits of Muscle Strengthening.

*Prevention of many injuries.

*Minimizes exhaustion at work.

PART III—THE BRAIN, MEMORY AND COGNITION

Chapter 13:     Balance Coordination and Control Training

Chapter 14:     Memory—Cognition Improvement Exercises

This review is found at https://www.amazon.com/Handbook-Total-Re-Conditioning-Delbert-Meyer/dp/1732134316/

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