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Younger Next Year for Women: Live Strong, Fit, and Sexy - Until You're 80 and Beyond Paperback – October 10, 2007
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I am literally driving my car around with three crates of books I need to get rid of, but somehow I got captured once again by a book club that offers those 5-6 books for 99 cents. One of the clinchers was the title of this book. I thought, how crazy can I be - falling for a title like that?!
Earlier this week my book package came, and last night I read almost this whole book (I recommend reading Part II well before you finish Part I, it is totally inspirational). The two-generational perspective of Chris and Harry is unique; Chris' wit and his own story often fool the reader into thinking it's the voice of the younger one.Read more ›
The advice? Seven basic and fairly straightforward rules, beginning with exercise (6 days a week for the rest of your life) and ending with finding something to be committed to and excited about (for the rest of your life), with some talk about not eating crap and a few other recommendations in between. Simple to understand, but not so simple to do, maybe most especially that thing about working out 6 days a week, every week, until they carry you out. That's a tough pill to swallow for many of us, but the authors make a clear and convincing case that it can be a magic pill, a pill that can promote wellness and firmness into our 80s and beyond, and help most of us replace what might have been a frail and desperate old age with a vigorous, joyful "next third" of our lives.
And what a great job they do of making that case, not only in the sense of presenting a clear and persuasive argument, but also in presenting it in a witty, entertaining, but also very direct style. The authors are one doctor and one of his patients, and they alternate chapters, sort of a team-teaching style, where Harry, the doc, gives you the science, and Chris, the regular guy, talks about how the science plays out in your life, and has in his.Read more ›
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I am so glad someone recommended Iread this book!!!!!. It is brilliant!!! Well written, easy to read, enjoyable, and makes so much sense I feel it ought to be mandated reading for... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jacqui F.
Great motivation get your life together. The choice of decay or grow makes the voices real.Published 27 days ago by At2sp
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This book will get you thinking about (and more importantly working on) important lifestyle changes that will impact you as you age. A must read for women over 55.Published 1 month ago by Marie R.
If you are interested in your health, seriously interested, and want to be motivated to put in the effort to improve it, then read this book. You will be so glad you did. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Retta Brown