This is a total fitness guide for men with equal emphasis on exercise, nutrition, weight loss and weight maintenance. Learn how to safely get fit, lose weight, eat healthy and look your best. The eBook is packed with useful new tables: BMI-Based Height-Weight, Weight Loss Prediction, Cardio Assessment, Strength Assessment and much more including illustrated dumbbell workouts. Total Fitness for Men - Metric Edition is another sensible, easy-to-use eBook you can trust from NoPaperPress. (Imperial a metric units, PhD author) TABLE OF CONTENTS - Whatas In This eBook - Health Risks a Counter Measures - The Benefits of Being Fit - Cardio Self Assessment - Strength Assessment - Flexibility Assessment - Body-Weight Assessment - BMI-Based Weight vs. Height - Are You Eating Sensibly? Exercise Fundamentals - Calories Burned - Types of Exercise - Select the Right Exercise - Aerobic Exercise: How Hard? - Aerobic Target-Training Zone - Aerobic Exercise: Intensity-Level - Aerobic Exercise: How Often? - Aerobic Exercise: Typical Workout - Pulse Measurement - Walking Program - Jogging Program - Your Bodyas Muscles - Strength-Building Programs - More Strengthening Exercises - Other Exercises - Missed Workouts - Exercising in Hot Weather - Exercising in Cold Weather - Exercise Risks and Problems - Avoiding Injury - Keep an Exercise Log - Workout to Stay Healthy Nutrition Basics -Our Disastrous Eating Habits - Nutrients a Micronutrients - Proteins are Building Blocks - You Need Carbs - Glycemic Index - Glycemic Load - Cholesterol and Triglycerides - Fats in Foods - Vitamins and Minerals - Phytonutrients - Vitamin/Mineral Supplements - Guidelines for Healthy Eating - Basic Food Groups - Estimating Calories in a Meal - You Need Fiber - Water, Water Everywhere - Use Salt Sparingly - Not Too Much Sugar - Common-Sense Nutrition - Eat Slowly Slimming - Energy Conservation - Total Energy Requirements - Activity Energy - A Slimming Loss Program - When Does Weight Change Occur? - What About Counting Carbs? - Count Weight Watchersa Points? - What Makes a Good Diet? - Simple Slimming Math - Weight Loss Prediction Tables - Selecting the Correct Table - Weight Loss Rate Could Decrease - Weight Variations Due to Water - The Dreaded Weight Loss Plateau - Slimming Maxims - Slimming Eating Patterns - Set Meals for Calorie Control - Pre-Planned Diets - Helpful Diet Strategies - Exchanging Foods - Simple is Better - Get a Good Cookbook - Estimating Portion Sizes - How to Handle Overeating - Keep a Food Log - Handling Special Situations - Plot Your Weight Loss - Can You Target Weight Loss? - Losing Belly Fat - Last On First Off Weight Maintenance - A Weight Maintenance Program - Why Do People Regain Weight? - Weight a a Life-Long Struggle - Planning Maintenance Eating - Mini Diets Maintain Weight Loss - Keys to Life-Long Weight Control Life-Long Fitness - The Keys to Total Fitness Tables - Table 1 VO2max versus Fitness Level - Table 2 Push-up Test Performance - Table 3 Squat-Test Performance - Table 4 Sit a Reach Test - Table 5 Body Mass Index (BMI) - Table 6 Weight Profile vs. BMI - Table 7 BMI-Based Weight vs. Height - Table 8 Calories Burned vs. Activity - Table 9 TTZ: 20 to 40 year olds - Table 10 TTZ: 45 to 65 year olds - Table 11 Walking Program - Table 12 Jogging Program - Table 13 Health Risks in Hot Weather - Table 14 Heat Index - Table 15 Wind-Chill Temperature - Table 16 Frostbite Risk vs. Wind-Chill - Table 17 Sample Exercise Log - Table 18 Glycemic Rank of Common Foods - Table 19 Fats in Foods - Table 20 RDA for Selected Vitamins - Table 21 RDA for Selected Minerals - Table 22 Calorie Rank of Basic Foods - Table 23 Calorie Rank of Common Foods - Table 24 Weight Loss Prediction Tables - Table 25 Portion of Table 28 - Table 26 Weight Loss - Inactive - 18 to 35 - Table 27 Weight Loss - Active - 18 to 35 - Table 28 Weight Loss - Inactive - 36 to 55 - Table 29 Weight Loss - Active - 36 to 55 - Table 30 Weight Loss - Inactive - 56 to 75 - Table 31 Weight Loss - Active - 56 to 75 - Table 32 Weight Loss Eating Plan - Table 33 1200 kcal Menus - Table 34 1500 kcal Menus - Table 35 1800 kcal Menus - Table 36 Daily Food Log - Table 37 Weight Maintenance Calories - Table 38 Maintenance Eating PlanThen make an estimate of your expected weekly weight loss by multiplying your daily caloric deficit by seven and dividing ... on 1500 Calories, it would take a 25- year old inactive man who weighs 11 stone (70 kg) 52 days to lose one stone;anbsp;...
|Title||:||Total Fitness for Men - U.K. Edition|
|Author||:||Vincent Antonetti, PhD|
|Publisher||:||NoPaperPress LLC - 2013-11-25|