The Physicist's Guide to Weight Loss (Paperback)Mark Buesing (author)
Paperback Published: 26/12/2007
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The Physicist's Guide to Weight Loss explains weight loss and weight gain in terms of the easy to understand Conservation of Energy. Balancing Energy In (food Calories) and Energy Out is what weight loss and weight gain are all about. Tip the seesaw toward Energy In, and you gain weight; tip the seesaw toward Energy Out, and you lose weight. It's simple physics! Along the way you'll find out how to calculate your daily Calorie needs, how much weight you should lose, how many Calories various exercises use, gain some strategies and motivation for weight loss, and learn some physics along the way. Don't let the physics scare you - it's easy! The Physicist's Guide to Weight Loss includes comprehensive Calorie and exercise tables and a worksheet you can use to chart your weight loss on a daily basis.
Publisher: Mark M. Buesing
Weight: 285 g
Dimensions: 280 x 210 x 6 mm
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