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Combat Fat!: America’s Revolutionary 8-Week Fat-Loss Program

June 10, 2010 by  
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Product DescriptionThrow away your bathroom scale—the revolution in diet and exercise has arrived! Combat Fat! provides an easy-to-follow, straightforward method of diet and exercise that uses body fat percentage, rather than body weight, as the leading indicator of health and wellness. Readers will discover why body fat is the most important variable in the health equation and how they can measure and interpret their own body fat percentages. The authors present a flexible, 60-day diet and exercise plan that will meet everyone’s individual needs—including those of vegetarians. The program is safe and all natural—no drugs or “fat burner” supplements are suggested. Combat Fat! provides critical information on how to “eat within the system” by choosing proper foods—even when it’s fast food. Readers will learn to decipher food labels to avoid common mistakes and misconceptions. Detailed basic workout plans that are designed for the average man or woman comprise the Combat Fat! exercise program, with explanations given for three different intensity levels of weight training and cardiovascular exercise. The exercises require minimal equipment and can be followed at home. Americans can end their unhealthy obsession with weight loss by focusing on healthy body fat loss. Combat Fat! recommends safe, effective and realistic goals for those who want to shape up. 200 b/w photos.

  • ISBN13: 9781578260898
  • Condition: USED – VERY GOOD
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5 Responses to “Combat Fat!: America’s Revolutionary 8-Week Fat-Loss Program”
  1. Based on official guidelines from the Surgeon General and CDC, Combat Fat! by fitness, diet, and exercise authority Andrew Flach is a solidly written, “user friendly” guide to healthy eating, proper exercise, and a medically sound weight loss plan to improve personal overall fitness and health. Body-mindful recipes, stretches, workouts, and more fill the pages of this handy and very highly recommended informational resource.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Anonymous says:

    For the most part, I am enjoying this book. The diet is based on the food pyramid, and the exercise program has do-able daily choices. My only complaints are the following: First, the page quality is very poor. I felt like I had to be really careful turning the pages or they would tear. Second, some of the exercise photos show very poor form, like knees extending past ankles is lunges. All in all, it’s a good book.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. tim says:

    This is an awesome program. I have been confused by the complexity of other programs. I read the entire book in one day and found the advice straightforward and easy to implement in my everyday life. I am losing weight and getting fitter than I have been in years.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Anonymous says:

    I heard about the book on NPR’s Talk of the Nation. I am usually a sceptic about these kinds of books, but it since it is based on the Surgeon General’s approach I am going to give it a chance. It is very common sense in its approach and is filled with tips, shortcuts, and ideas to make weight loss easier to incorporate into my life. Nicely done and recommended.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Paul K. Gold says:

    If you want a no nonsense fitness plan to follow then this book is for you! This book contains a large menu section that covers breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks. I really liked the fact that it listed the recipes for many of the meals. There are three levels of exercise plans including stretches. Absolutely everything is spelled out for you, there is no guesswork. You can say goodbye to calorie counting, pre-packaged meals and supplements. The bottom line is: This book works.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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