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244 pages

An 'all you need to know' manual from one of the most respected names in the fitness industry.

Fitness for Life Manual

Matt Roberts

List price 15.99
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In his best-selling book, the '90-Day Fitness Plan', renowned fitness expert Matt Roberts changed the lives of the thousands with his revolutionary fitness techniques.

This eagerly awaited follow-up includes 20 new health and fitness programmes.

  • Understand how your body works and how to achieve your goals before embarking on a fitness plan
  • Improve the effectiveness of your technique for running, cycling and other aerobic activities.
  • Learn how to use resistance exercises to shape, tone, strengthen or build mass.

The exercise directory assesses the range of fitness classes on offer today, explaining what they involve and the results they deliver.

Matt Roberts the UK's hottest personal trainer

Matt Roberts

Matt Roberts, the UK's hottest personal trainer, began his career in fitness as an international sprinter before studying with the American Council for Exercise and the American College of Sports Medicine. 

In 1994 he opened Matt Roberts Personal Training in London's Mayfair. Its phenomenal success was followed by another two London gyms and a spa in Mauritius; he is soon to open spas in the Maldives and the Seychelles.

Celebrities who have reaped the rewards of Matt Roberts' training include Sandra Bullock, Naomi Campbell, Sting, Faye Dunaway, John Galliano and Gucci's Ton Ford




1 calorie (kcal) is the amount of energy required to raise the temperature of 1kg of water by 1C

An average (sedentary) woman needs 1940 calories per day to maintain a healthy weight

An average (sedentary) man needs around 2400 calories per day to maintain a healthy weight

Your current weight, age, gender and how active you are all affect how many calories you need to maintain a healthy weight

Tall people need more calories than short people!

To lose 1lb a week, you need to eat 500 calories less than you use each day

To find out how many calories you would need to lose weight at your chosen rate visit and take a free trial.


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