Royal Canadian Air Force Exercise Plans for Physical Fitness: Two Books in One / Two Famous Basic Plans (The XBX Plan for Women, the 5BX Plan for Men)

November 13, 2019 - Comment

This tried and true method for improving and maintaining your overall physical fitness has been enthusiastically endorsed by the public since its initial release in 1961. Originally designed for use by Royal Canadian Air Force pilots stationed in remote, confined bases in the far north, the 5BX and XBX fitness plans (for men and women

This tried and true method for improving and maintaining your overall physical fitness has been enthusiastically endorsed by the public since its initial release in 1961. Originally designed for use by Royal Canadian Air Force pilots stationed in remote, confined bases in the far north, the 5BX and XBX fitness plans (for men and women respectively) don’t require access to complicated gym equipment or even the outdoors. To be in the best shape of your life, all you need is this slim book, an average-sized living room, and a little determination.

The fitness plans presented in this volume are unique in their simplicity and effectiveness. With clear-cut fitness “targets” and tools for measuring your progress, the 5BX and XBX programs are designed to let you develop your physical fitness at your own pace, adjusting for your age, body type, and schedule. The XBX and 5BX plans are balanced to target the muscles of your entire body as well as your cardiovascular system. There’s no need to mix and match with other exercises or routines. These simple 10-15 minute workouts are all you need to feel fitter and healthier than ever!

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Anonymous says:

I will do this all of my life! This little book is changing my life (and my level of fitness and body shape!) day by day. I cannot recommend it highly enough. I am a 61 y.o. woman, and through a good deal of my adult life has participated in some form of exercise; walking and strength training. After being diagnosed with cancer 6 years ago, my exercise program fell by the wayside. Mostly because although I felt pretty decent, I just felt like enough was on my plate and adding exercise wasn’t a priority at the time…

Anonymous says:

I like the fact that it is progressive I like the fact that it is progressive. Start at the beginning and work up slowly. They are easy enough exercises to do. The one thing I didn’t like was the fact that at my advanced age, the running in place was not a good thing for my knees. I will have to think of something to replace that part.I had this book and used it 45 years ago. They have modified this newer edition for women, which is a good thing.This is just a simple, all-around decent, short exercise program for…

Anonymous says:

The exercise for lazy people who want to feel good and energetic! The very very best exercise routine. I have been doing it all my life, on and off, for more than 50 years. It sometimes takes me 5 minutes to complete if I have been doing them consistently on a daily basis. Lately, I can do them for 2 weeks and stop and be conditioned for a month. I’m 73 now and I have always hated exercising. It is a miraculous treatment for pains and stiffness now. If I did them consistently, I would be in perfect condition.

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