Paleo diets have become increasingly popular, as dieters turn to a different way to take off the pounds and enhance their health. Now there's a companion fitness approach: Paleo workouts. From sprinting to lifting heavy objects, the workouts use real-life movements to improve your cardiovascular system while melting off the calories. And a new book tells how to do it all: "Paleo Workouts For Dummies" (click for additional details).
If you're weary of working out in a health club populated by ladies in leotards and dudes decked out in the hottest gear, it's time to go back to basics. You'll learn how to maximize your movements as you blast fat, boost your energy and become more adapt at getting through life gracefully.
Particularly impressive: You don't need to invest in expensive equipment or even belong to a gym. You can do the routines anywhere at anytime. Every exercise movement is carefully illustrated with photos to make them easy to follow.
Can you follow the fitness program if you're not on the diet? Absolutely. But if you want to find out more about following the Paleo diet, consider investing in a book that tells you what to eat, why to eat it and how to benefit: "Living Paleo For Dummies" (click for details).
Something to consider: Paleo diets don't automatically result in weight loss. For that reason, if you're hoping to shed a few pounds, using the Paleo diet with the fitness program can achieve that goal more easily. For additional guidance on cooking up great Paleo meals, we recommend "Paleo Cookbook For Dummies" (click for details).