Joanna Hall's Walkactive Programme

Joanna Hall's Walkactive Programme 1

The simple yet revolutionary way to transform your body, for life

by Lucy Atkins and Joanna Hall

Paperback / softback Publication Date: 30/07/2013

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As an exercise physiologist, Joanna Hall knows without doubt that it is possible to get the body you long for without hassle, pain, guilt or cost. You don't need sophisticated, state-of-the-art exercise kit. You don't need a personal trainer or two hours a day of blood, sweat and tears in a gym. You have everything you need right here, right now - your body. You can use it in the simplest, most natural way imaginable to see an amazing transformation in your shape. All you have to do is walk - the Walkactive way!



This inspiring and practical new book will teach you a more intelligent and active way to walk - a way that uses your body to its full capacity and in the process will change your shape and your fitness levels dramatically. WALKACTIVE can help you drop inches from your waist, improve your fitness and muscle tone, reduce stress and low mood, and keep the signs of ageing at bay. It will work, whatever your age, fitness, health, or stage of life. All you have to do is put one foot in front of the other.



Packed with step-by-step advice and photographs to help you master the technique, motivational case studies and quotes, tips and strategies, plus specific plans to help you lose weight, improve your fitness and your health, JOANNA HALL'S WALKACTIVE PROGRAMME is the book we've all been waiting for.
ISBN:
9780749959579
9780749959579
Category:
Exercise & workout books
Format:
Paperback / softback
Publication Date:
30-07-2013
Publisher:
Little, Brown Book Group
Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Pages:
160
Dimensions (mm):
233x185x11mm
Weight:
0.47kg
Lucy Atkins

Lucy Atkins is an award-winning feature journalist and author, as well as a Sunday Times book critic.

She has written for many newspapers, including the Guardian, The Times, The Sunday Times, and the Telegraph, as well as magazines such as Psychologies, Red, Woman and Home and Grazia.

She lives in Oxford.

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  • I use Walkactive techniques when out walking

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    I now think of and try to practice the Walkactive principles when walking. I think my posture is better I take longer steps, and feel more comfortable walking.

    My main criticism is that I am unclear about the second "principle" - what is called the "J curve" in the book and something different in the video available on the web, and the descriptions of what we should do are different too.

    I assume it relates to "standing tall" while using the muscles of the pelvic floor and lower back to help with this.

    I think this is the worst part of the book. I would appreciate more information sent to me directly. PLEaSE!

    I assume the "open ankle" means you keep the front of your back foot on the ground whilst moving on to the next pace, so that that ankle is extended because it is being stretched. Clarification here would help too.

    We have shared this book and talked about it to several people.