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BURN FAT, NOT TIME
 
The ultimate get-in-shape-fast, at-home, no-equipment-required program designed especially for women—from the ultra-fit Special Operations trainer and author of You Are Your Own Gym
 
Say goodbye to long, tedious hours at the gym and boring, muscle-depleting cardio exercises. Elite trainer and fitness guru Mark Lauren is here to show you that the best—and only—equipment you need to get in shape is free and always accessible: your own body.
 
This quick and easy program will save you time, money, and maybe your life. In less than thirty minutes, three times a week—and with no machinery or weights—you can achieve the toned arms, flatter abs, tighter buns, and killer legs you’ve always wanted. You won’t build bulk, you’ll build strength, and turn your body into a fat-burning machine.
 
Featuring 120 different exercises in five movement categories—Pulling, Squatting, In-Line Pushing, Perpendicular Pushing and Bending—and with three ascending levels of difficulty, Body by You ensures that you’ll never get bored by the same static workout. And with such a small time commitment—less than one percent of your time every week!—it is a fun program that can be effortlessly incorporated with your work and family plans. With Mark Lauren as your motivational guide and nutritional coach, Body by You will help you meet your individual fitness goals. Ultimately, it’s not about moving through the gym with ease, it’s about moving through your life with ease—leaner, stronger, more confident, and with more energy.

About the Author

Mark Lauren is a military physical training specialist for the Special Operations community, a sought-after personal trainer to civilian men and women of all fitness levels, a triathlete, a champion Thai boxer, and the author of the internationally popular body-weight bible You Are Your Own Gym. He lives in Tampa, Florida.
 
Joshua Clark is the author of Heart Like Water: Surviving Katrina and Life in Its Disaster Zone, a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award. The founder of Light of New Orleans Publishing, he has edited such books as French Quarter Fiction; Southern Fried Divorce, Louisiana: In Words; and How You Can Kill Al Qaeda (in 3 Easy Steps). He is also a certified personal trainer, who has not set foot in a gym since Hurricane Katrina closed his fitness center.

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Introduction
 
For a decade I’ve used my bodyweight movements to create the leanest, strongest, most confident people on earth in as little time as possible. I honed the exercises in this book while preparing nearly a thousand trainees for the extreme demands of the most elite levels of the United States Special Operations community. Now the military’s most advanced forces—from SEALs to Green Berets—use these movements.
 
This is not “boot camp” run by some gym instructor in spandex who’s never laced up a pair of combat boots. This is the world’s most effective and efficient workout program from someone whose day job is to physically train troops who’ve worn their boots through countless miles of mud, sand, and snow. Cool high-tech gear and weapons aside, the things that most determine a soldier’s survival and victory are physical fitness and resolve: my areas of expertise.
 
My first book, You Are Your Own Gym, owes its continued success among popular fitness books to teaching people to exercise alone, anywhere, anytime. I’ve heard from countless readers who tell me that they have followed my program and now look and feel the best they ever have in their lives. While this feedback is extremely uplifting, gratifying, and personally inspiring, it’s also not much of a surprise, considering I’ve already seen the effects on the hundreds of troops I’ve trained.
 
You Are Your Own Gym remains the “bible of bodyweight exercises.” Through its 125 exercises, comprehensive training tools, and workout routines, it has helped sculpt the physiques of tens of thousands of people. While many women have told me of their great success with You Are Your Own Gym, I’ve also heard that it didn’t always meet a woman’s needs and concerns—from having less time to work out to wanting to address different physical goals. I tailored Body by You to those needs. Some of the movements I share in this book are new, and some are updated or adapted from exercises in You Are Your Own Gym. Taken as a whole, these exercises will guide you from where you are now to where you want to be, to look and feel the best you ever have in your life. You’ll find that the workout never stays the same for long and the results—toned arms, flatter abs, tighter buns, leaner legs, and curves in all the right places—just keep on coming. I’m not going to show you how to “lose” the fat on your belly or thighs. I’m going to show you how to—as we say in the military—“engage it for permanent termination.”
 
Let’s state the obvious: Women and men are different in lots of different ways. But the reality is that women’s muscles are made up of the same fibers as men’s. Our fat cells are identical. Our hormonal differences are what raise an interesting issue. Male testosterone levels make large muscles possible. Without the same high levels, women can’t bulk up in the same way as men—so stop worrying about that. What you will get out of my method is a solid foundation of strength, the kind of strength that leads to a lean physique and powerful athleticism. You will find the natural athlete that lies at your core. Feel the pride and joy in challenging yourself to rise beyond your own expectations and the peace and strength and beauty that come from it.
 
Physical ability represents not only your mastery of the world around you but also of yourself. An essential source of self-confidence is pride and control over a finely tuned body. Follow my program and you won’t ever have to run to anyone else for help because you’re not strong enough or don’t have the endurance. You’ll be fit enough not only to cope with anything you want but to enjoy anything you want. You won’t have to think if you can do something, only if you want to do something.
 
I like to say that you are the only piece of exercise “equipment” you will ever need to be in the best shape of your life. You now hold in your hands the only user’s manual for that equipment you will ever need. Face it: For thousands of years, humanity’s greatest female physical specimens—from ancient Greece’s female athletes to tomorrow’s G.I. Janes—have not relied on Gold’s Gyms or weights in their basements. Male or female, the human body doesn’t require machines and dumbbells (or cardio!) in order to stay fit. Free yourself from the dependency on gadgets, trainers, and common misconceptions. They are all crutches, keeping you from getting into the best shape possible.
 
This book will not teach you to move through the gym with ease. It will teach you to move through life with ease. You will learn to use the body you have to build the body you want. With just a small commitment of time—without having to go to and from a gym—you can fit this program into even your busiest schedule. The effort and time you put into my program will not be great, but the benefits you get out of it will be.
 
This book is about you. You are the boss now. Your destiny is controlled by you. Not by your gym. Not by complicated fitness equipment. Not by dumbbells. Not by benches and bouncy balls and treadmills and yoga mats and infomercial contraptions. Not by some trainer. Not by your friends. Just by you.
 
It’s about you being leaner, stronger, more confident and energetic. You having the best body you can. You getting these results faster than ever before. And sustaining them as long as you live.
 
I offer you all body: a flatter stomach, tighter thighs and glutes, more-toned arms, sculpted shoulders, stronger pecs to give your bosom a boost, a back that turns heads when you wear an evening dress, legs that look great in a pair of shorts. Everyone around you, both men and other women, will notice the changes in your body. You will look as strong on the outside as you feel on the inside.
 
I offer you no bulk: No filler. No flab. No gab. No bloated chapters with unnecessary chatter. I offer you only what you’ll need to look and feel as good as possible. I want to free up the rest of your time to do more of whatever you enjoy.
 
Looking good is not some mysterious, complicated, grueling process. Being truly in shape is not a fantasy destination. Even becoming an elite athlete, if that’s what you want to do, is surprisingly simple. All you need are a few minutes of strength training a day and a good understanding of the basics of nutrition. You find those minutes, and I’ll show you what to do. You give me just a little more time, and I’ll explain the nutrition basics that will simplify your eating choices for good.
 
As much as I want you to look and feel good, this book is also ultimately about saving your life. It’s a plain fact that unfit people are at far greater risk of suffering painful illnesses, immobility, and disease, from osteoporosis and arthritis to mortal threats like heart attack. Physical inactivity is the cause of one third of all deaths due to diabetes, colon cancer, and heart disease. We are all training for our lives. Whether you like it or not, life is the ultimate sport; you must approach it as an athlete would.
 
Even if you haven’t lifted anything but groceries in years, this book is the first to offer you total fitness independence. It will shatter old stereotypes and open your eyes to previously unimaginable possibilities of female athleticism. You will be training your body to do what it couldn’t before. To use muscles it didn’t before. To be fit and therefore look better than ever before.
 
It sounds hokey, but I truly believe everyone possesses not only an inner beauty but an outer one as well. There are not ugly and pretty people. There are only fit people and unfit people. No one who is fit is not beautiful in her own way.
 
Whether leading training sessions or missions, competing in Thai boxing competitions, or enjoying the few vacations I get, I’ve been fortunate to travel a good part of this earth. From visiting my relatives in the Philippines and Germany—where I lived until I was nine, without speaking a word of English—to my military tours throughout the Middle East and Asia, I’ve met people in just about every shape and form in which they exist. And never, not ever, have I found a kind of people that is not breathtakingly gorgeous. Of course, all the world’s nationalities and ethnicities meet and mix in America, more than in any other country, and the results all are beautiful.
 
What’s not beautiful to me is the typical advertising of women. I see it in all the world’s cities now: enormous billboards cast two stories high, parading some phony Western ideal of beauty—tall, bone thin, and mainly white. And it’s sad and a bit maddening to see so many millions of innately beautiful women walking the streets below, trying to emulate this ridiculous, marketing-driven ideal.
 
Most models have a body type possessed by a minority, mostly by very young and naturally thin women, and only for a genetically select few is it carried into their thirties, forties, fifties, sixties, and beyond without proper exercise and nutrition. From an early age, women are conditioned to value this standard, which is extremely difficult (if not impossible) to achieve and maintain.
 

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SeattlePole
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Not just for women!
Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2017
Years ago I was following Mark''s other book, You Are Your Own Gym, but I have genetically bad shoulders that I''ve had surgery on a few times each. I loved YAYOG but I didn''t have the muscular strength to handle the even the most basic shoulder exercises. Then I found this... See more
Years ago I was following Mark''s other book, You Are Your Own Gym, but I have genetically bad shoulders that I''ve had surgery on a few times each. I loved YAYOG but I didn''t have the muscular strength to handle the even the most basic shoulder exercises. Then I found this book and I love it!

The book is geared toward women. That''s not just a marketing angle. It''s true. Women typically do not have the muscular mass or the ability to grow muscle like men do. It''s physiology. The exercises cater to a woman''s body. Lighter/easier (compared to YAYOG) upper body exercises that would help them (and me) and me progress naturally and for me, pain free.

This book has been a godsend! For the first time in years I have been able to do push-ups without pain or the fear of tearing my shoulders apart. To be honest, this book is geared toward women, and most men will be able to get through most of the upper body progressions fairly quickly but this book is not for the faint-hearted. Most of the advanced exercises would give any person I know (man or woman) a run for their money.

I''d also like to add a couple of things that may be of interest...

1. My shoulders are bad. Like tendons popping and moving around bad. Before this book I could not lift my arms straight up without pain and the pop of tendons. Since I started, I have a full range of motion with no pain! That alone has changed my life!
2. I had tennis elbow that had been flaring up for a couple years. Nothing helped and I didn''t want surgery. With this book all of that pain has disappeared too.
3. After the first couple of weeks, I started to notice other things like I was feeling better, my mind was clearer, I was walking straighter and I was sleeping like the dead. Not bad for about 75 mins / week.

I know this sounds like an infomercial but I really cannot recommend this book enough. This book has really changed my life. Thank you Mark! Once I am done with the progressions in this book I am definitely moving onto Mark''s other book: YAYOG. Ladies (and gentlemen who are man enough) buy this book!!!
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Libri Mundi
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works well for 45 yo mom
Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2014
I have always been quite fit and even swam up to an hour daily until the day my daughter was born. For the first time at age 42 I started feeling stiff when I had to get up, felt weaker and just started feeling age which I had never had before. I tried to work out with... See more
I have always been quite fit and even swam up to an hour daily until the day my daughter was born. For the first time at age 42 I started feeling stiff when I had to get up, felt weaker and just started feeling age which I had never had before. I tried to work out with weights in the gym but my daughter''s demands just did not allow for a regular routine. On top of that, I had suffered from a bad prolapse which made a lot of the weight lifting routines with barbells and dumbbells a no-no. My weight 2.5 years after my daughter''s birth was the same as before my pregnancy and in the very health BMI range but I felt like the Pillsbury dough boy. I picked this method because I could cut out all these time consuming trips to the gym and it would not interrupt my routine for a couple of weeks of vacation where the gym is not available.

I am 3 weeks into the program. There are 5 categories of exercise types with 25 progressively more difficult exercises for each category. After 3 weeks, I have progressed to level 12 or higher in each category. I feel considerably stronger and fitter and my posture has improved. The author recommends not to use a scale or even a mirror but use your clothes as a more appropriate way of measuring results. Even though I have not done a single sit up, I lost about 2 inches from my waist and the pants just fit better. My husband who does not even notice when I have a major haircut, has commented that he sees more muscle definition. Not too bad for a total of 5 hours or so of working out so far. I don''t have a scale, so I can''t comment on any weight loss. The program is easy to follow but the exercises are challenging. When I work out on this program, I break a nice sweat and my heart rate goes up. I definitely need a shower afterwards. I also feel that the exercises are less likely to cause an injury like a slipped disk or whatever from trying to pick too much iron from the floor.

Some people have commented that you need some equipment. That is correct, you will need a door (opening) and some elevated surfaces like a coffee or regular table, side table or couch or whatever for quite a few exercises. All of this ''equipment'' should be in your home, so you are homeless, this should be a non-issue. Many folks have commented on their fear of using a door to do pull ups. Pull ups on doors are a fairly advanced exercise, so it should not be a concern for many months for the majority of women starting this program. When the time comes for me, I will buy the $20 pull up bar for over the door frame. Some people have commented that it is just a beginner book. It is true that just about anybody can get started because the initial exercises (that you can skip) are not intimidating for beginners. However, the exercises advance to pull ups and pistols (the one legged squats that figure skaters do). If you are one of those few that can already do that, this book is indeed way too easy for you.

Update1: I am just over 2 months into the program now. I am currently on vacation and it has been a breeze to continue the program. I stepped on a scale last week and I am about the same as my average weight over the last 10-15 years which has not varied much. Not sure whether I will lose any weight but I am happy if muscles replace flab. Before I got started, I was a size 6-8, mainly because some size 6 pants just did not fit right in all places. Now I am a solid 6. My butt moved up and I got visible muscle tone (not as nice as the lady in the book but working on it). I don''t have a 2-piece bathing suit but I would be comfortable wearing one now as opposed to when I got started. Most importantly, I feel better. Progress through the exercises has slowed down considerably after the first gains as expected but will keep on working on it.

Update2: I have been using the program for about 3 months now. I started keeping track of what I eat and increase my protein intake to knock off a few pounds of fat in addition to building more muscle. The recommendation from the author''s website for my age/weight/activity was less than 1200 calories. Well, that lasted one day since that is less than my RMR requirement and made me all dizzy. I upped it to about 1400 calories and I lost 3 pounds over the last three weeks without being hungry (still not easy since I feel a bit deprived of chocolate etc.). I am still progressing through the exercises and bought a pull up bar for the pull ups that I will be working on in the near future. To my surprise I could already do a few chin ups and pull ups! Already able to do one legged squats too.

Update3: I used the program for 5 months now and I consider myself a graduate of the book now. Of the five categories, I mastered the highest level of 3 out of 5 exercise categories. I am still working on my pull up reps. To keep it challenging, I started with the YAYOG program at the intermediate level (called 1st class) and the transition is very smooth. I have gained a lot of strength from the BBY program with surprisingly little investment of my time (1.5-2 hrs/week). For example, after 5 months of BBY (and virtually no training for more than 2 years), I can knock out about 80 push ups in 7 minutes. Those are normal push ups, not the girly type where you start from the knees. As a surprising side effect, the program has also alleviate most of my uterine prolapse symptoms since I got a very strong core now. This allowed me to stop doing all the annoying physical therapy kegel exercises which were far less effective and more time consuming than this program. As far as my weight goes, I am not paying attention to it that much. I am a size 6 and feel great, so who cares what the scale says since I obviously got some extra muscle here now too although I sure don''t look like a hulk.

Altogether, very pleased with the program.
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L. Frances
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Working for a 50 year old woman :)
Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2016
Wonderful exercise plan! A little background, I am a 50 year old woman, and the only time I consistently exercised was from ages 40-45. I had a treadmill, and used it 4-5 times a week. All was well, until I had to move across the country, the treadmill stopped working,... See more
Wonderful exercise plan! A little background, I am a 50 year old woman, and the only time I consistently exercised was from ages 40-45. I had a treadmill, and used it 4-5 times a week. All was well, until I had to move across the country, the treadmill stopped working, and due to many other factors, I stopped exercising. When I hit 50, combined with getting a desk job, I started putting on a few extra pounds, which I never have before in my life. I had joined the YMCA after I moved and threw away membership fees for 3 years (just never got over there to work out). So, I''ve been doing the Body by You workout for 8 weeks now. I''ve lost 5 lbs and definitely feel toned up. I am hitting a stretch of low motivation right now, but I''ve seen enough progress that I don''t want to give up. The exercises look deceptively simple, but work out a lot of muscles all at once. If you commit to the program, there''s no way you won''t slowly but surely see your fitness level increasing. The tough part is finding the time and motivation, but there is no simpler program around. I will try to post updates as the year goes on: I look ahead to the more challenging exercises and am excited to think I may actually be able to do a set of real pushups soon!
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carzmom
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The Only Workout You''ll Ever Need
Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2019
With over 40 years of working out regularly, I have tried many programs. Exercise is just a part of my life, and I enjoy challenging myself, with the hopes that as I age, it will reward me with better health. Being diagnosed with osteoporosis several years ago, my routine... See more
With over 40 years of working out regularly, I have tried many programs. Exercise is just a part of my life, and I enjoy challenging myself, with the hopes that as I age, it will reward me with better health. Being diagnosed with osteoporosis several years ago, my routine included strength training and yoga to strengthen my bones. This book is exactly what I was looking for. No gym, no fancy equipment required, and a minimum of time to get yourself stronger, leaner and more fit. The exercises are well explained, with ample pictures to help you along and the efficiency of the movements can''t be beat. I am so grateful to have this book so that I can continue to work through the exercises to achieve my best fitness ever. At almost 60 years old, I''ve found the workout of my dreams!
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Functional Fitness Anytime
Reviewed in the United States on May 19, 2017
Mark Lauren teaches how to get fit using just your own body. The exercises make sense and are as easy or difficult as you want, or need them to be for your fitness level. it is nice to know that the "gym" is wherever I am and whenever I need it. Using this... See more
Mark Lauren teaches how to get fit using just your own body. The exercises make sense and are as easy or difficult as you want, or need them to be for your fitness level. it is nice to know that the "gym" is wherever I am and whenever I need it. Using this information, I like that I can pause my day for a quick fitness break whenever I want. Typically, I will do one set of one exercise at a time, doing several different exercises at different times throughout the day. They only need to last between 20 seconds to one minute each. The amount completed and intensity level is up to you. I have been using these little breaks to clear my head before getting back to work. They have really helped me focus better, and I am getting in better shape at the same time. These exercises work for women and men alike. It is a win win.
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Michelle Krein
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GREAT BOOK! Highly recommend!
Reviewed in the United States on August 22, 2016
This book is amazing. A friend of mine recommended it to me and I expected it to be a lot more complex than it actually is. You don''t have to be in shape to even start because he has you assess where you should start so it''s challenging enough but also something you can do... See more
This book is amazing. A friend of mine recommended it to me and I expected it to be a lot more complex than it actually is. You don''t have to be in shape to even start because he has you assess where you should start so it''s challenging enough but also something you can do complete reps of with proper form. I love that it doesn''t take that long, everything is clearly written, and this isn''t any sort of "fad" diet book. He gives you good, healthy eating tips and gives you exercises you can easily do just about anywhere in your home.
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Stacy F. Renz
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I do not like videos for these reasons
Reviewed in the United States on October 31, 2014
This is just what I was looking for - a progressive strength training program that is accessible to my current fitness level, takes only 30 minutes three times a week, and progresses me to more challenging exercises as I get stronger. My work schedule is INSANE and I felt... See more
This is just what I was looking for - a progressive strength training program that is accessible to my current fitness level, takes only 30 minutes three times a week, and progresses me to more challenging exercises as I get stronger. My work schedule is INSANE and I felt desperate to find a program that is truly doable. This one is! And because of how it progresses the participant I do not see myself getting board with the program either. I do not like videos for these reasons: Too much yelling from the instructor, the music is annoying, it moves too fast or too difficult to do the exercises safely and in good body alignment, it does not vary making me very bored with it. I just don''t use it. I was easily able to start this program and see myself continuing it.
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CocoLue
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Somewhat Cumbersome
Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2017
I think the exercises probably do what they are supposed to but the WAY you need to do them is to difficult sometimes. Using a towel to hold on to a door knob is like a recipe for disaster. Doing pull ups on a door, not something I will ever do. Some things were just too... See more
I think the exercises probably do what they are supposed to but the WAY you need to do them is to difficult sometimes. Using a towel to hold on to a door knob is like a recipe for disaster. Doing pull ups on a door, not something I will ever do. Some things were just too cumbersome to attempt. I would love for the book to be spiral so it can be laid open to see things as well.
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toni
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Almost all the exercises DO need more than just bodyweight
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 22, 2019
This will teach me to read ALL the reviews. The first exercise I came to set the tone, wrap a towel round the handles of an open door and lean back into a squat. If I did that, to any door in my flat, I strongly think that either the handles would come off or the hinges...See more
This will teach me to read ALL the reviews. The first exercise I came to set the tone, wrap a towel round the handles of an open door and lean back into a squat. If I did that, to any door in my flat, I strongly think that either the handles would come off or the hinges twist - and I am only 5'' 2'''' tall and weigh 8 stone. I also wanted exercises I could do in a hotel room while travelling on business (something I do a lot). I can just imagine the faces if I was to do that exercise. I am very disappointed.
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paulo87
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Great results as long as you stick to the programme
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 15, 2019
Bought for the wife''s birthday as a hint after she gained a bit of weight. She really likes how the exercises start of easy and get progressively harder as strength increases. All the advice is sensible and it has worked well.
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Debs
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Tough and challenging
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 22, 2017
I was hoping to get some inspiration for new exercises to do at home that would be challenging, well this certainly ticked the box! Hard exercises that push you and that you feel the next day. Plenty of new exercises - for me - that I shall use regularly.
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SaveTheRealAmazon
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Impressed: practical and achievable health and fitness
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 6, 2017
Quick to read and filled with practical, common sense. This guide puts healthy habits within reach of all, and brings hope to those of has who don't do gyms - or regular exercise - and want to get back that feeling of invincible potential they last had in their teens.
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Sarah Wood
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No nonsense guide...but just get men’s version
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 14, 2017
He has a powerful message for women who want to develop inner strength and self love through improving their physical strength and competence, and I love his voicing: it’s like having a no-nonsense guy friend by your side. But in the end I’m going with the men’s version,...See more
He has a powerful message for women who want to develop inner strength and self love through improving their physical strength and competence, and I love his voicing: it’s like having a no-nonsense guy friend by your side. But in the end I’m going with the men’s version, which starts at a level that anyone ready for some strenuous exercise, male or female, should be able to manage.
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