‘Get Fit. Get Strong. Get Lean’ provides the best, no excuses, exercises that will get anyone at any fitness level into their best shape. Mike Diehl – a soldier in the German military – has spent decades training world-class athletes, actors, and politicians, and he presents his best exercises in this book.
With more than 100 simple, yet highly effective exercises, both fitness fanatics and beginners can train at their own level. The 15 circuits provide training variety to prevent that dreaded exercise plateau. Each circuit is only 15 minutes, maximizing training while reducing the risk of injury. An added bonus is that all the workouts can be completed anywhere – at home, at the gym, or even in the park. In addition to a variety of bodyweight exercises, this book also provides training programs that use popular equipment such as dumbbells, exercise bands, and medicine balls. A special scoring system will help motivate the exercisers to complete their training sessions regularly and to make each session their best.
‘Get Fit. Get Strong. Get Lean’ uses all the necessary components of fitness – endurance, strength, speed, and mobility – making it a must-have book for anyone looking to start or change their workout routine. They will become fitter, stronger, and leaner in no time!
Mike Diehl, born in 1966, lives in Cologne. Diehl is a certified trainer for performance sports as well as health, fitness, and sport rehabilitation. He is also a mental and relaxation trainer and sports instructor for stamina and fitness in the German armed forces. The active soldier has been with the special unit for years. Since 2007, he has been the fitness coach of the German Fed Cup team (Women’s national tennis team) where he trains top players such as Angelique Kerber and Julia Gurges. Diehl also works for the Tennis Association Mittelrhein as a fitness trainer. In the past he was responsible for the Fortuna Dusseldorf soccer players and the DEG Metro Stars ice hockey team.
Felix Grewe was born in 1985 in Hamburg, where he still lives today. He studied sports journalism and sports management and was a reporter for the trade magazine tennis MAGAZIN for many years. Today he heads the media and public relations work at the DTB (German Tennis Federation). Grewe is a tennis and fitness expert and puts Diehl’s exercises and methods into words. Of course, he also trains regularly using Diehl’s methods.
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