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Not sure I was directed to this book but I should have Lloyd at the publication date. While nothing she writes about is "wrong" a lot of the scientific work she refers has been... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Tmckinley
This is probably more a book for a personal trainer student/physical therapist type than someone looking for cyclical training tips.Published 22 months ago by J. Northcutt
Gina Kolata is the sciency writer for NYT with easy access to top exercise physiologists and experts so it seemed like fun to check out her take on "Ultimate Fitness". Read morePublished on November 30, 2013 by kaioatey
I wonder if the author has tried an actual SuperSlow workout? If she did, she'd realize most of her comments on it really miss the mark.Published on December 30, 2010 by Justin Z. Smith
It is important to simplify the NCEP guidelines for lowering cholesterol.
The guidelines advise TLC first. That sets the patient up for failure. Read more
This is a terrible book. It doesn't warrant me saying more than that. If you buy it or even waste your time reading it, you deserve what you get.Published on January 8, 2010 by dragonfly
I would simply like to confirm/reiterate what other negative reviews have said about this book, Ultimate Fitness. Read morePublished on July 16, 2009 by cxlxmx
Not worth 1 cent. Virtually zero science, and the rest reads like a diary review of narcissistic self-thought. Read morePublished on December 3, 2008 by Dr. Rite