The Great Courses: Physiology and Fitness

July 27, 2016 - Comment

Searching for the Fountain of Youth? It’s exercise. Whether your goal is to live to be 100, run a marathon, reduce your waistline, or just get the most from daily life, functional fitness is the foundation for active and dynamic living and the best quality of life you can have. And the best news is

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Searching for the Fountain of Youth? It’s exercise. Whether your goal is to live to be 100, run a marathon, reduce your waistline, or just get the most from daily life, functional fitness is the foundation for active and dynamic living and the best quality of life you can have. And the best news is that you can start with just 15 minutes of exercise a day to begin to see its rejuvenating benefits. But how do you find the right fitness program for your needs and goals? How do you separate fads from programs that really work? And how do stay motivated to stick to your fitness routine when life gets in the way? This unique course features 24 visually detailed lessons that give you a tour of anatomy and physiology, show you how your body responds to exercise, and explains the scientific research behind effective exercise practice. In addition, there are twelve 30- minute home workout videos lead by international fitness expert Dean Hodgkin. Whether you’re just starting your journey to better health or you’re a lifelong fitness enthusiast, you will find valuable information in this class, including eye-opening insights into your cardiovascular system, muscles, spine, and more. No other fitness program you will find offers this integrated body of materials and flexibility as a learning system. Physiology and Fitness offers you nothing less than the chance to change the course of your own health and vitality – to build a strong, energized, and

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Comments

Charles A. Vick says:

Dynamic

Coffeem0n says:

Excellent content – but lacking key information regarding heart rate monitoring and heart rate zones

twikkione says:

Physiology and Fitness, the Great Courses

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