Book Review: The Slow Burn Fitness Revolution

Frederick Hahn, the ginge Chuck Norris of the East

A fantastic book written by a personal favorite writer and fitness guru, Frederick Hahn knocks what we think we know about fitness training out of the ball park with his book The Slow Burn Fitness Revolution: The Slow-Motion Exercise that will Change your Body in 30 Minutes a Week.

While many argue that it takes hours a week at the gym to achieve fitness, Hahn argues that slow, meaningful lifting is more beneficial to people, not only in a time-starved chaos of work-home cycles, but for health and fitness in general.

Tackling myths and creating new, positive lifestyle goals that even the busiest body can follow, his book is chock full of intelligence, scientific information, and proper exercise procedures for people looking to lose weight.

An added bonus? Whether you work out from home or in a gym, Hahn shares different regimens, complete with exercises for everyone. This is a book for skeptics who believe hours at the gym a week = necessity. Hahn, himself a low-carber, walks the walk and helps people, not only from his studio in New York, but now in book form, thoughtfully, intelligently, and not a minute too soon.

The Slow Burn Fitness Revolution
Number of pages: 192 pages
Book size: 9.5 x 7.6 x 0.7 inches
Available in Hardcover
Publisher: Broadway Books, New York

To order: visit amazon.com

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  1. It was certainly interesting for me to read the article. Thank you for it. I like such themes and anything connected to them. I would like to read a bit more soon.

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