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Triple "F" Fitness Program --- Fitness, Friends, and Fun
Do you want to have fun while you exercise? The Triple F Fitness Program is a way to do it! It's a very informal exercise program aimed at the person who wants to “mess around” with exercise but not commit himself/herself to a strict program with specified reps, sets, and clear-cut goals. It’s for the person who would like to socialize and have fun but also get in a good workout at the same time. As the name implies, a group of people would do this program together. Ideally, it's best if each person in the group has a partner of roughly equal physical ability. So, get off your couch, call up a few friends, and get in shape. This little program will enable you to have fun while you do it!
The Triple F Fitness Program is suitable for a person of almost any age or physical condition. Kids will simply have fun doing it. Adults will find that, like taking a walk with a friend, it’s a pleasant way to socialize and chat. However, don’t be misled into thinking that the program will be so easy that it won’t do you any good. Remember that distance runners often train by taking long runs with a partner and, unless they are really pushing, will talk while they run. So, you can make this program as challenging or as easy as you like. It's all up to you. Like in any fitness or exercise program, you will benefit from it in proportion to the amount of effort you devote toward it. The difference with this program is that you can have a good time doing it!
You can obtain a free copy of the Triple F Fitness Program here.
Many times in the K*I*S*S* Fitness Program I suggested that, when you are at the lower Levels, it might be a good idea to perform the strength/flexibility exercises more than one time. The reason for this suggestion is that, at low Levels of the Program, you are performing only a few reps of the exercises and this might not be sufficient to work the muscles enough to make progress at a satisfactory rate. By repeating the sequence of sets at lower Levels of the Program one or more times, increases in strength will be much more rapid.
As a result of this suggestion, many readers of the book have contacted me requesting a specific modification of the Program that they can follow. They want a plan that tells how many times the sequence of sets should be repeated for each Level of the Program and at what Level it will be sufficient to perform the sequence of sets only once --- as prescribed by the Program. The purpose of the Modified Program is to provide such a plan and to give the logic behind it.
You can obtain a free copy of the Modified Program here.
Note: You do not need this program if you download the eBook form of the K*I*S*S* Fitness Program as it is included as an Appendix. It is only useful if you purchase the printed form of the book.
K*I*S*S* Up and Down
This is a very brief report (just a few pages) that describes a neat way to get a tremendous upper body workout from the K*I*S*S* Fitness Program.
You can obtain a free copy of K*I*S*S* UP and Down here.
Note: This report will not be useful to you unless you first download a copy of the K*I*S*S* Fitness Program.