Push-Ups: 'It's Horizontal Jogging'

Monday, December 1, 2008 General News J E 4
SCHERERVILLE, Ind., Dec. 1 Question. What would happen ifwe could clone running with a strength and muscle-building exercise? Thefitness world would certainly never be the same. 1. Gyms with their highmembership fees would have to close. 2. Phony exercise infomercials and theirgurus would be non-existent. 3. We would never have to spend another dime onour fitness goals.

The fitness industry's take-home pay is now estimated at 35 billiondollars annually, yet they can't come up with a single and effective exercisethat is free and truly benefits millions of Americans.

Could it be that they do know but are too greedy to share this knowledgewith the public? Some even suspect they are hiding this secret in Hanger 17,which is located right next to Hanger 18 where the Martians are being hidden.

Abox Publishing is pleased to announce Ted Skup's new book, "Death, Taxes& Push-Ups." "I've cloned running and a muscle-building exercise without evenusing a laboratory," says Skup, "I call it 'Push-Ups.'"

Skup decided to write his book only after officially doing more than 10million push-ups. "My book is the first and only book ever dedicated entirelyto the most explosive exercise on the planet! Push-Ups!"

"Push-ups have always been perceived as a warm-up exercise until now. Thisis not just an exercise, but a fitness lifestyle," Skup adds. Skup shows youhow his routines and formulas build the major muscle groups while burningcalories. This one-two punch is the reason he calls his routine "HorizontalJogging."

Skup goes on to Say: "this book is a 'Push-Up Revolution' and a rebellionagainst the dollar-driven fitness industry." In his book, he explains why theindustry is clearly failing us with its bogus claims, magic bullets and quickfixes. Although the fitness industry may not want to hear it, but push-ups arefree, require no equipment, are totally portable and there are no gimmicks.They work for busy executives as well as people with tight budgets.

Skup states: "This book is for men, women and children 8 to 80. Fitnessfads come and go, but push-ups are 'here today and here tomorrow.'"

Skup's definition of good health is having a sense of well-being, and"Death, Taxes & Push-Ups" will be your guide to reaching that goal.Abox Publishing P.O. Box 684 Schererville, IN 46375 Ph: (219) 864-0979

SOURCE Abox Publishing


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