Every Woman's Guide to Personal POW - Wendie Pett Reviews
Description:ISBN 1932458093 / Genre: Health / Family / Lifestyle / Author: Wendie Pett / Edition: Ill / Paperback / 160 Pages / Book is published 2004-03-30 by Bronze Bow Publishing
Newest Review: ... also considered isometric as your body weight provides the resistance. It's simple enough to think of your own exercises but ... more
... sometimes it's just nice to have someone do that bit for you!
Onto the book. The first thing I noticed about the book is obviously how slim and toned Wendie Pett is on the cover. It didn't take me long however to establish she'd always been slim so anyone hoping to lose weight using this method is barking up the wrong tree. Wendie is a bit preachy if I'm honest in the opening pages of the book, she regales us with tales of how she got into isometrics (hurt her shoulder) and how fantastic they work and how we coul...more
For some time I debated over buying this book, I kept looking at it on Amazon and even added it to my wishlist but still couldn't decide if it was a good idea or a bad one. Then Amazon sent me an email informing me this book had gone down from £20 to £15 and I couldn't resist any longer! Due to having Hypermobility Syndrome my joints move too much and hurt alot and I thought some isometric style exercises might be the way to go. The write up about this book implies it will be packed with isometrics and I thought this would save me having to think up my own exercises.
The book arrived and I informed my physio I would be reading it and would let her know if ...
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