No Gym, No Time, No Problem


This looks great.

Top of my to-read pile is No Gym, No Time, No Problem; and when you see the list of authors (Geovanni Derice, Erik Rokeash, Jedd Johnson, Ryan Munsey, Mike Salvietti, Dan Huff, G.R. Hoff, Joe Meglio, Corey Macgregor, Connor Flahive) you'll understand just why. Suffice to say they know their stuff.


A snippet from the Amazon page will give you an idea of what the book's all about :

What happens when 5 Fat Loss Experts, 5 Strength and Conditioning Coaches and 2 Lifestyle coaches Meet-up at a random house in New Jersey and lock themselves in a room for 2 days?

They come up with The simplest and easiest Collection of Fitness programs designed for busy people with Limited Time, attention and resources.

No Gym, No Time, No Problem.


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