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eBook New Aerobics ePub

eBook New Aerobics ePub

by Kenneth H. Cooper

  • ISBN: 055320887X
  • Category: Exercise and Fitness
  • Subcategory: Fitness and Nutrition
  • Author: Kenneth H. Cooper
  • Publisher: Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group; Rev edition (1975)
  • ePub book: 1885 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1226 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
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Kenneth H. Cooper, MD, MPH. View All Section Pages. Founder and Chairman. Board Certified in Preventive Medicine Cooper Aerobics

Kenneth H. Board Certified in Preventive Medicine Cooper Aerobics. At age 88 and having logged more than 38,000 miles running, Kenneth H. Cooper, MD, MPH, sets an example for maintaining a healthy lifestyle by exercising at Cooper Aerobics Center on a regular basis, along with his wife, Millie, daughter, Berkley, son, Tyler, and their families. Dr. Cooper serves as Chairman of six health and wellness companies and The Cooper Institute 501(c)(3). For 50 years, Dr. Cooper has inspired millions to exercise for good health beginning with the release of his first best-seller, Aerobics.

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The New Aerobics for Women (1988). Preventing Osteoporosis: Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper's Preventive Medicine Program (1989).

Cooper encouraged millions into being active and helped to launch modern fitness culture  . The New Aerobics for Women (1988). Controlling Cholesterol: Dr. Cooper's Preventative Medicine Program (1989). Reducing Cholesterol: A Heart-Smart Guide to Low-Fat Eating (No Nonsense Health Guide) (1989). Overcoming Hypertension: Dr. Cooper's Preventive Medicine Program (1990).

by. Cooper, Kenneth H. Publication date. Aerobic exercises, Physical fitness. New York, M. Evans; distributed in association with Lippincott, Philadelphia. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana.

Kenneth H. Cooper is a doctor of medicine and former Air Force Colonel from Oklahoma, who introduced the concept . The aerobics way : new data on the world's most popular exercise program

Kenneth H. Cooper is a doctor of medicine and former Air Force Colonel from Oklahoma, who introduced the concept of aerobics. The aerobics way : new data on the world's most popular exercise program. The new aerobics book by the man who started America running. 28 ways to health in the world's most successful fitness program. 19028/?tag prabook0b-20. Controlling Cholesterol the Natural Way: Eat Your Way to Better Health with New Breakthrough Food Discoveries.

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SkroN SkroN
Cooper's books are still the gold standard for monitoring the value of a cardio exercise program based on biking, swimming, or running/walking. The point system is still the best way to measure your exercise program against research tested cardio exercise.
Kanal Kanal
This book was written before the complete dominance of US society by the tort bar. Consequently, it contains strong recommendations as to fitness levels based on detailed, researched forms of exercise. All the major types of exercise are charted against fitness level and age.

Surprisingly, for a fitness book, it contained recommended restrictions on exercise as well. Cooper still advises on the lecture circuit that if you are running, at his chart levels, for more than 7 miles/week, that you are doing this for other than cardiovascular reasons. In other words, this is the optimum amount of exercise for relevant cardio fitness, all further exercise having marginal cardio benefit. NONE of this "go to the burn" stuff. Quite the contrary, controlled escalation of workouts.

Sadly, it wasn't long before Cooper had to back away all his quantitative recommendations -- or lose all to the shylocks and their crony judges.

Still, the best work published on exercise form, age standards.