ABS 50 Of the Best Core Exercises Is A Must Have


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Stronger, Sleeker, Slimmer Bellies are the results from using the ABS! 50 of the Best core exercises to strengthen, tone, and flatten your belly book!

Experience 50 of the very best abdominal and stomach exercises from Yoga, Pilates and other fitness modalities in the book, ABS! 50 of the Best core exercises to strengthen, tone, and flatten your belly (ABS). Each exercise has been carefully selected for their ability to produce quick results and are fun to do. ABS! goes well beyond old fashioned crunches and sit-ups so creating an  extremely effective abs workout.

Whether the belly in question is on the soft side one of a high level athlete, both will find a  great variety of ab exercises that will target all four major groups of abdominal muscles, categorized by easy, moderate and challenging – so it is great for all levels of fitness.

This book doesn’t make extreme promises like getting ripped abs in 6 days, and doesn’t recommend crazy diets that one will be dying to get off of in a week, and there isn’t a lot of technical mumbo-jumbo --- it is just jammed packed with highly effective ab and stomach exercises that will help strengthen, tone and get a flat belly – in a healthy way.
Benefits of ab and stomach exercises:
•Prevent / reduce back problems & pain
•Get a slim, strong, sexy, belly.
•Improve energy
•Enhance athletic performance
•Better posture
•Improve digestion
•Prevents hernias
•And more!
Chapters include: 50 of the best exercises for abs with photos and clear instructions, discussion of the many benefits of core exercises, overview of anatomy and more!

ABS! is written by yoga and fitness expert Howard VanEs, author of 5 yoga/fitness books including ”Ageless Beauty & Timeless Strength” and “Beginning Yoga: A Practice Manual.”

About the Author
Howard VanEs, M.A., has been committed to wellness and fitness for over 26 years. He has a deep passion for wellness and a desire to help people learn about the many ways they can improve the quality of their health and lives through mind/body methods. His experience includes weight training, martial arts, yoga, stress management training, and work from his previous role as a psychotherapist.

For over 21 years, Howard has been a dedicated practitioner of hatha yoga and has been teaching yoga for the last 16 years in the Bay Area of California.

Howard is the primary author and editor of the Letsdoyoga.com wellness book series: Beginning Yoga: A Practice Manual, Abs!, Release Your Shoulders, Relax Your Neck, Ageless Beauty & Timeless Strength, Meditation: The Gift Inside, and co-author of Office Ergonomics, Preventing Repetitive Motion Injuries and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. He is also the co-producer of the audio CD, Shavasna/Deep Relaxation, and creator of the Yoga on Demand audio program which features over 14 yoga audios. In addition to writing about and teaching yoga, Howard also leads yoga teacher trainings, wellness seminars and retreats worldwide.

Howard received a yoga teacher certification from Mt. Madonna Center in Watsonville, CA and has also received training from the advanced studies program at The Iyengar Institute of San Francisco. Howard also has an M.A. in counseling psychology.

For more information, please contactHoward@booksonhealth.net

The 411 by Maria:
OK, I am not one who usually likes to workout with the help of a book preferring DVDs over photos but this book has some great exercises.

I have spent the past 2 weeks doing many of the "Level Easy" belly exercises and while miracles are not what I am looking for, I feel so much better. Usually I wake very stiff and it takes a while for the body to move fluidly. Since starting this, my mornings are much easier.

I spent about 25 minutes doing Standing Fire Wash, Woodchopper, Standing Bicycle and Cat Balance along with some core yoga stretches and really believe this could change my life. 

Many years ago I was much more active. Over the past 10 years life has become more sitting than moving and I while I bounce into active mode throughout the year, it is NEVER consistent. These exercises are not only great for my belly but for my back as well. Strengthen the core and everything will be well. I totally believe it.

Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy for my honest opinion.

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