Who hasn't seen the infomercial on BowFlex, an ultra muscle-tightening, weight-reducing, cable-bending workout machine that looks like it takes a rocket scientist to assemble? Well, here's that infomercial in book form-with a number of additional features. Darden, who has a doctorate in exercise science and is the former director of research for Nautilus, extols BowFlex's benefits and describes exercise routines designed to improve weak arms, flabby stomachs and sagging rear-ends. He also offers a muscle-promoting diet, a plan for "superhydration," several motivational pep talks, testimonials and a question and answer section. For owners of the machine, the manual is a must-have; for those pondering an investment in the machine, Darden's treatise-which makes the Bowflex sound like the greatest thing since sliced bread-will probably have them reaching for their wallets. 60 black & white photographs
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Book: delivered in better condition than as posted, very happyPublished 1 month ago by andy Fitterer
Good Book, explains the how and why and its a treasured tool in my quest to loose weight.Published 7 months ago by Orthanc
Not worth it. Pushes supplements. Explanations and pics stink.Published 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
Has exercises which is why I bought it, but also tries to push a whole diet plan.Published 10 months ago by Sqeaky