Health/Fitness – Fitness at 40, 50, 60 and Beyond

Fitness at 40 50 60Fitness at 40, 50, 60 and Beyond
By Michael Spitzer
Publisher: High Point Products
ISBN: 978-0-9890348-0-7
Published: January 2014
Genre: Health, Fitness, Self-Help
Formats Available For Review: Print

Michael Spitzer’s Fitness at 40,50,60 and Beyond is an honest science based program that can transform your body and allow as much as 30 lbs of fat loss in 16 weeks.

Not just a typical diet book, Spitzer explains the effects of aging on the body and offers a 3-part program that produces all around fitness for fat loss, better muscle tone, greater flexibility and more energy.

No hype, no wild claims, no false promises. This 432 page book tells it like it is. A balance of diet, resistance training, and cardio combined in a precise 3-day-per-week plan produces impressive body changes in just 4 months.

Although a portion of the book focuses on the effects of aging on metabolism, bones, joints, hormones, mood, anxiety, sexual function, heart, lungs, and muscle fibers – the program and diet will benefit people of all ages looking to improve their fitness and lose weight in the most time efficient manner possible.

Most of the developed world is experiencing an aging population. In America alone, an estimated 45% of the total population is over the age of 40. When this aging demographic is combined with the current concerns over healthcare cost and availability, it is easy to see why more individuals are expressing an interest in staying fit as they grow older.

Forty may no longer be considered “over the hill”, but numerous special factors must be considered when developing a healthy lifestyle of diet and exercise to keep an aging body functioning in a more youthful manner.

Many fitness books have been published over the years, but very few address the specific needs of individuals 40 years of age and older.

Every exercise is clearly described with accompanying photos that demonstrate both proper and improper technique. Diagrams, tables, and charts are also used to explain meal plans, recipes, and other principles.

In many ways, this book may be considered by some as the “definitive new book for fitness and weight loss”

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Health/Exercise – Easy Exercises: Effortless Ways to Slip Fitness into Any Activity

Easy ExercisesEasy Exercises: Effortless Ways to Slip Fitness into Any Activity
By Jonathan Kamp
ISBN: 978-1491733691
ASIN: B00KHMS13O
Published: May 2014
Genre: Health, Exercise
Formats available for review: pdf

Easy Exercises is about sneaking some exercise into your everyday routine for seemingly effortless fitness.

It was written for people who make New Year’s resolutions to start jogging or to get fit quick – and then quit. It is also for people who think they have no time in their day to exercise.

Some of the tricks are so easy – you may ask yourself, “Hey, why didn’t I think of that?” A number of the techniques could even be classified as “extreme,” but not in the ordinary sense.

For example:

Who in their right mind would park their car somewhere specifically to walk home for exercise?
Or try to do two things at once – that’s not possible is it?
What about taking some time off to exercise?
Can you disguise exercise so it is not apparent you are exercising?
Or distract yourself to the point that you don’t notice that you’re exercising?
And what about people who are not allowed to exercise – huh?
Is there one particular stretch that would give your fitness program a boost to the point that you are no longer too injured to exercise?
Have you ever heard of a “dieting” method that will conform to any other diet?

This is the 4th edition of the book. Please feel free to have fun with it.

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Richard Henricks
Email: jonathanmkamp@gmail.com
Website: http://www.jon-kamp.com
Twitter: @JonathanMKamp

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