Felon Fitness: How to Get a Hard Body Without Doing Hard Time

Felon Fitness: How to Get a Hard Body Without Doing Hard Time

by William S Kroger, Trey Teufel


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Forget the fancy equipment, friendly trainers, and cushy gym. This is a workout courtesy of the Department of Corrections. With jacked inmates as your motivation, certified trainer Teufel and counselor Kroger have locked down an exercise regimen that's guaranteed to show real results.

If you're a workout lifer, this book provides a new way to approach your routine, working in cherry pickers and butterflies to extend your range of motion and informing you which less effective exercises to cease and desist. If you're fresh meat looking to tone up, the squats, push-ups, and burpies will get you yard-ready in less than a three-month stint.

This program's legit. Each exercise comes straight from the cellblock and the routines are those of real inmates. It's the workout of a lifetime—from guys serving twenty-five to life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781440526596
Publisher: Adams Media
Publication date: 10/15/2011
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 422,679
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

William S. Kroger is a criminal attorney in Los Angeles. When visiting his clients in prison he noticed they were always in great shape and decided to adopt their workout routines.

Trey Teufel is a certified personal trainer (NASM). His clients fear him before sessions, hate him during sessions, and love him after sessions. He lives, trains, and kicks ass in Los Angeles.

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Felon Fitness: How to Get a Hard Body Without Doing Hard Time 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Hagelstein on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Beside a great title and catchphrase (Work Out With Conviction!; also a catchy subtitle: How to get a Hard Body Without Doing Hard Time) Felon Fitness is a bonafide exercise guide. The premise is an exercise program created by prisoners that doesn¿t require much equipment or free weights ¿ for obvious reasons. Strength, endurance, range of motion and weight loss can all be achieved through these mostly body-weight exercises, although there is a primer on how to make ¿prison dumbbells¿ using magazines and strips of cloth.This is a viable exercise book for anyone with limited space or access to weights and equipment.