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As featured in SELF and on Weekend Today 'Steve Zim's plan helped me drop my body fat more quickly than with any other program I've ever tried. I couldn't be more pleased.' --Jessica Biel, star of The Illusionist In 6 Weeks to a Hollywood Body, the top Hollywood trainer and Weekend Today show fitness expert Steve Zim unlocks the secrets of the stars and shows you how to hav..more
Published January 1st 2007 by Wiley (first published January 1st 2006)
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Honestly, it's a good book for people just getting started with working out, it would be helpful to have a video to go along with it and really show you the exercises and proper form. Some of the advice was definitely fitness trend and outdated. The exercise routines are pretty solid and he helps explain why form and endurance are so important, nothing revolutionary though and the 'Hollywood' lable to everything is hokey. I think his cardio suggestions get a little extreme if you're not a person..more
Oct 01, 2018Amelia rated it it was ok · review of another edition
Eh. Dated, and has some weird advice. First, he takes basic weight lifting moves and adds the word Hollywood to it in an attempt to make it sound cooler (eg 'Hollywood rows,'). High reps, low weight for fear of 'bulking up' is an outdated and disproven trend. Also, is it really necessary to stretch an individual muscle immediately after working it? Like, do a set, stretch, do next stretch? Seems unnecessary if you're properly warming and stretching at the end.
Apr 12, 2019Jenica Crail rated it it was amazing
This book is slightly outdated in its nutrition information, but that is to be expected for how old the book is. Everything else is great and very easy to follow! I've only been working is plan for the past week and a half, but I'm already seeing some results!
this is Steve's first book. he has some updated books and advice online but it is a good place to start. he gives some easy to follow nutrition and exercise routines. I'm supper glad I read it and it gave me the motivation to get started were I haven't been in a while.
Mar 06, 2017Trevor Durham rated it really liked it
For a fitness book, shockingly useful in dieting, regimens, and guidelines to mastering a constantly changing routine towards health.
Okay-David got this book for free when the author gave a presentation at his work. So, if I live in Hollywood, shouldn't I have a Hollywood body? Right. But it does take away some guilt. He raves about how great walking is--and I feel guilty because I'm *only* walking for exercise and not doing anything more intense. Now I have to add the toning and try his stretches. Ow. This is another book that I pick up, read parts of, and return to the shelf. I like it as a reference, but I'm not sure I'll e..more
So-so I like Michaels better!
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