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The Miracle Seven: 7 Amazing Exercises that Slim, Sculpt, and Build the Body in 20 Minutes a Day Paperback – October 20, 2008


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  • Paperback: 199 pages
  • Publisher: Bronze Bow Publishing (October 20, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1932458174
  • ISBN-13: 978-1932458176
  • Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 6 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #87,705 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Bronze Bow Publishing, and the author of Pushing Yourself to Power. He created the Transformetrics™ Training System that maximizes strength and fitness as well as wellness

Wendie Pett is the National Sales Director for Koechel Peterson & Associates and the author of Every Woman's Guide to Personal Power.


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It will take time and dedication.
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This book probably has the most bag for the buck in John Peterson's Transformetrics Training System.
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These exercises will build a very attractive set of muscles.
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80 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Joe L. Libbey on February 14, 2006
Format: Paperback
Description:

Miracle Seven is 197 pages written by Mr. John Peterson and Mrs. Wendie Pett and published by Bronze Bow Publishing (October, 2004). Both John and Wendie model the presented exercises. The Miracle Seven course features 56 exercises including the John McSweeney Tiger Moves (the "foundation" exercises of the book) and 49 more exercises for developing specific body parts. The additional seven work-outs are as follows: (1) chest, shoulders, and triceps, (2) arms, back, and neck, (3) Quads, glutes, hips, and calves, (4) abs and core, (5) arms, back, and the bridge, (6) legs, glutes, hips, and (7) additional strength exercises.

The book's emphasis is on natural bodybuilding through an exercise system called Transformetrics. Transformetrics is an exercise system that incorporates Dynamic Visualized Resistance (DVR's), Dynamic Self Resistance (DSR's), calisthenics, and isometrics for the purpose of achieving overall good health and body sculpting. The book also contains personal stories, information on nutrition, and deep breathing techniques.

High Points:

It provides a step-by-step lesson approach that is easy to follow and understand. It clearly lists the exercises for each body part and proscribes recommended sets and repetitions. It features exercises for both men and women that can be done anywhere at anytime.

The course has considerable content considering the variety of exercises (56) and the types of exercises (Calisthenics, Isometrics, Dynamic Visualized Resistance (DVR's), and Dynamic Self Resistance (DSR's)). Exercises are accurately explained in text and accompanied by photo illustrations as to how to perform them correctly.
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91 of 98 people found the following review helpful By strength builder on November 8, 2004
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This book contains exercises that are thousands of years old and yet are the most efficient and effective way to exercise in the twenty first century.

They have their origin in the ancient Yoga and Kungfu tensing exercises.

They require no special equipment or clothing and give you the ability to exercise anywhere and anytime.

The resistance is provided by your own mind using your imagination and visual imagery.

The course consists of stretching and tensing exercises that are fun to do and because of the intense concentration you are developng your mind at the same time that you are developing your body.

Give them a try-I bet you'll get hooked even if you don't like to exercise.
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57 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Kong2 on March 29, 2005
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I am a 56 yr. old male with severe degenerative joint disease from head to toe. I have had 6 body parts fused due to bone against bone pain due to loss of cartillage. I have tried free weights, nautilus, soloflex, bowflex,crossbow,total gym, trimax,kettlebells. I had to stop due to the pain. I became very depressed and felt like there was no more hope for me. I took a chance and bought the miracle7. That has turned out to be the best decision Ive ever made. I have been doing the exercises for two weeks and Im thrilled with the results. Best of all I have no pain when I do the workout and I am already seeing results. The book is written in a warm,friendly manner and it seems that Mr. Peterson is right in the room with you explaining things to you. I have had the opportunity to talk with Mr. peterson over the phone and found him to be friendly,knowledgeable,but most of all you can tell that he really cares about people and truly wants to help them. How about that? someone who actually cares about you even after youve bought their product. I had a lot of questions to ask him and he was very patient and answered each one without making me feel I was imposing on him. I used to wok in a health club a long time ago and I saw how customers were treated after they bought a club membership. They were promised all the help they needed with their workouts. After they bought the membership and had questions about anything the instructors made them feel like they were imposing on them. I even saw elderly women doing exercises so fast I knew they were going to hurt themselves but the instructors let them keep on doing it and didnt say anything. Finally I walked up to the women and told them to slow down or they could injure themselves. My point is that you can tell Mr. Peterson cares.Read more ›
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Big Fan on November 5, 2004
Format: Paperback
Forget the books that advertise that they have the all encompassing answer detailed down to 2 or 3 exercises....

Or the ones that advertise unbelievable results in 2 minutes a day.

I received my Miracle 7 recently, and I'm floored. Pushing Yourself To Powere was an awesome collaboration or information (both John and Wendie's versions), but

Miracle 7 takes it to the next level.

This is not a 'beginner's book' at all. This is a much defined work that goes into much detail. Not only does it 'explode' the McSweeney seven with wonderful detail (intrinsic information about particular body positioning is great) but simplifies a diet regimen that is easy to follow, too.

The various workouts that the authors, John Peterson and Wendie Pett,have set forth are great and more expansive than even PYTP and as far as the 'nay-sayers' who were a little put off that PYTP didn't provide routines....everyone at BronzeBow must have been listening.

Where I see a great value to this book is its size and the amount of information per square inch of paper.

I travel a lot for work. This book, if positioned correctly, can become THE book to provide guidance to an awesome workout for men and women a like that have to spend their time in a hotel. The size is a definite, briefcase advantage, too.

A wonderfully laid out and well thought out instructional that breaks down individual body parts and gives the user/reader various ideas about how to work these areas.

Another fine and useful product from BronzeBow.

The worst thing that someone can do with this book....is to not open it up.
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