The Great Fitness Fraud

The Great Fitness Fraud

300 Million Victims and One Program for your Defense

Book - 2010
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This is not another diet book or workout routine. "The Great Fitness Fraud" exposes how programs have failed people to get your money and waste your time. Fitness breakthrough veteran Bert Seelman has put to paper in a no-nonsense and straight forward approach his program which has changed the lives of tens of thousands of people from all walks of life. Whether a client is a professional athlete or a senior going through physical rehabilitation, Bert shows how nutrition, supplementation, exercise and rest, all come together in a natural manner with astounding results. For the first time, this book shows how to combine, coordinate, and balance these essential elements into one synergistic program for lifelong health and fitness. It is based on the author's 38 years of research and practice in the field and his documented results on thousands of clients. The real key to the answers one is looking for to take control of their body is contained on these pages. For the price of an average monthly gym membership you'll know more than your trainer. Every trainer and coach who care about their clients' health and fitness should have this book to create unheralded results in a life-long sustainable manner.
Publisher: ©2010
[Place of publication not identified :, Publisher not identified,, 2010]
Copyright Date: ©2010
Branch Call Number: 338.43 SEE
Characteristics: 298 pages ;,23 cm


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Jan 12, 2015

This book is highly recommended to you, whether you are a personal trainer, a professional athlete, or an average person aiming for losing weight, getting fitter, & healthier.

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