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"The book that every woman needs in her quest for being the best she can be." -- Ms. Fitness magazine
"Very thorough... beg, borrow, or steal this book (from a friend)." -- Oxygen magazine
"Embrace this book as your body-sculpting bible, and I guarantee it will change the way you feel about your body--and yourself--forever!" -- Kiana Tom, Star of Kiana's Flex Appeal
“The book that every woman needs in her quest for being the best she can be."
Ms. Fitness magazine
“Very thorough... beg, borrow, or steal this book (from a friend)."
"Embrace this book as your body-sculpting bible, and I guarantee it will change the way you feel about your body--and yourself--forever!"
Star of Kiana's Flex Appeal
More organization and variety in programs would be beneficial.
Better to use the book Home Workout by the same author.
I purchased this to replace my worn-out copy of the original edition, but found it to be less than. I prefer the original edition.Published on Oct. 26 2013 by Polar Expressions
This book explains how the muscle groups work and provides exercises that target them the best. It has both weights and resistance band exercises so it's possible to do the... Read morePublished on Jan. 2 2012 by Lex
I have been following the sculpting program for about six months and it has totally changed the way I look and feel about myself. Read morePublished on Sept. 21 2002 by Charleen
Very thorough, easy to follow details on training protocols and techniques. Useful for the out-of-shape beginner as well as those more advanced in training.Published on Feb. 7 2002
I am getting back into lifting weights after several years absence. I had previously used nautilus and now have a home gym with free weights. Read morePublished on Jan. 13 2002
This book is brilliant. It presents a complete exercise program in a very readable way. I have now been on the program for over six months and I'm just starting the advanced... Read morePublished on Aug. 5 2001 by Josephine Sica
I could not believe how outdated this book seems to be. I opened it and to my horror it was terrible. The exercises are elementary at best and not explained well at all. Read morePublished on Aug. 2 2001
I was so excited to read a book especially designed for women, however once I opened it up it didn't take long before I was disappointed. Read morePublished on July 19 2001