Rachel Howe is a personal trainer, author and competitive triathlete from California. She holds a master of science degree in exercise and sport science in addition to a number of fitness industry certifications and accreditations.
She has one daughter and a loving husband. She is an healthy eating enthusiast and her spare time she can often be found either cooking, jogginh, hiking or cycling with the family.
In Rachel Howe’s new book, Beat Hip Pain Today, she teaches you how to live a much more vital life by fixing one important thing: tight hip flexors. Yes, tight hip flexors are to blame for the most common problems like lower back pain, limited hip movement and low energy.
Ladies, men are not the only ones who should worry about keeping their pecs in shape. Only in your case, you have much more to lose from not doing so. If you want breasts that stand a little taller and are firmer to boot, you definitely need to be concerned about your pectoral muscles.
Besides getting a great exercise that will really tone up your thighs, your entire body will be affected. These exercises have been designed to also have an impact on your heart, lungs, abdominals, and lower part of your legs.
Do you wish you had slim, toned arms that looked great in any sleeveless attire? If you said yes, then you need Rachel Howe's arm toning book. She has put together 15 exercises designed to target the muscles located in your arms. This means when you implement her workout into your exercise routine you will think you went back in time.
This book focuses on where you were going wrong. If you want a great butt, you have to give the muscles located in that region their own workout regimen. Within The 15 Best Butt Exercises, that workout is available for every woman no matter her age, shape, or weight.
If you have always wanted great looking legs, your wait is over. With The Top 10 Best Calf Toning Exercises for Women, you will be set. You will have stunning calf muscles that will highlight your legs. Never fear being seen in shorts or a dress again.