The fitness handbook breaks down your workout into the necessary foundation principles that are overlooked.
"I simply do not have the time to exercise as I did back in my high school and college days. My clients and patients are also busy people that want to be healthy, but feel like they must sacrifice time for health. They are surprised when I tell them that 20-minutes a day of exercise with the proper technique, type of workout and recovery plan is all that is needed to be fit... But I stress that the key is technique... It's all about knowledge" states Dr. Courseault.
The Exercise Blueprint literally lays the foundation of what you should do before, during and after your workout routine to save time and improve your results.
Also noteworthy is Dr. Courseault's health and fitness blog, ExerciseMenu.com, and the motivational aura throughout the site. The blog features exercise video demonstrations, fitness articles and over 100 workout routines. The most popular routines include 20-minute circuit workouts, one-month programs and the Exercise Menu signature 500 Rep Workout.
"Choose a workout, sweat out the day's stress, get your heart beating and be done!" exclaims the founder.
Visit http://exercisemenu.com for details.
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Jacques Courseault, M.D.- Dr. Courseault’s experience in fitness and exercise began at a young age. Upon acceptance to Tulane University he served as the Head Student Athletic Trainer for the Tulane Football Team. Afterwards, he worked as a Personal Trainer and loved “prescribing”
Dr. Courseault began his medical career at Tulane University School of Medicine where he continued to make an impact in his community as co-founder of a successful non-profit weight loss program, which helped hundreds lose weight in the New Orleans community.
Now specializing in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Dr. Courseault continues to promote fitness with the development of ExerciseMenu.com. This site is designed to present information regarding exercise, health and fitness from a doctor’s perspective. He believes that factual information combined with small, practical changes can result in serious improvements in health and fitness.