Exercise Cards: Strength Stack 52 Bodyweight Workout Playing Card Game. Designed by a Military Fitness Expert. Video Instructions Included. No Equipment Needed. Burn Fat and Build Muscle at Home.

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Manufacturer Description

You want to exercise but can't find the time. Gyms are expensive, and there's traffic. When you do go to the gym, you don't know what to do, and you're not really sure how to use the equipment anyway. You could get a personal trainer, but they're really expensive. You've tried working out in the past, but you got bored, lost motivation, and you didn't see any results.

We designed Stack 52 for you. With Stack 52, you can work out anywhere. Got 5 minutes three times a day? That's perfect. No preparation, no planning. Just get out your cards and play a quick game. Games are fun and competition is motivating. You'll never do the same workout twice, so it's always fresh and exciting. Multiple small workouts several times day are scientifically proven to be one of the most effective ways to burn fat and build muscle.

For even more fun, play with your friends and family. Challenge each other and get fit and strong together.

About Stack 52 and Sergeant Volkin

Sergeant Michael Volkin has a master's degree in science, has authored 5 books, and has over 20 years of fitness experience. The US Army awarded Sergeant Volkin the Army Commendation Medal for the fitness programs he designed for the troops while stationed overseas. Stack 52 exercise games have been sold in over 24 countries.

What's in the Box:

The Original Strength Stack 52 Deck contains 54 color coded, suited, and numbered exercise playing cards. There are 6 different colors with each color representing the dominate muscle group worked. The Tri Pack contains the original deck plus the Expansion and Insane Pack for a total of 121 cards and 114 different bodyweight exercises.

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