Looking to revamp and revitalize your fitness and overall well-being, but not sure where to start? Well look no further than running guru and health expert Scott Douglas’s 100 Things You Can Do to Stay Fit and Healthy . Each short section in this tome features a simple, and easy-to-implement, physician- approved practice that that will improve your health in an instant, and, when continued, will elevate your overall well-being permanently. In this helpful and healthful book, the reader will find sections on: • Improving muscular fitness • Maintaining skeletal well-being • Increasing mental health • Monitoring intestinal well-being • And keeping up your cardiovascular fitness! Simple to comprehend, easy to use, and virtually effortless to implement in every-day life, 100 Things You Can Do Today to Improve Your Health is a must-have on the shelf in every home.
The essential new fitness plan for Baby Boomers who want to remain fit and healthy into retirement Dr. Eric Plasker’s breakthrough wellness plan and his book The 100 Year Lifestyle have served hundreds of thousands as a hub of reliable advice on realizing a long life, well lived. Now he takes the next step by setting forth a comprehensive fitness program for longevity—a workout for Baby Boomers who may not be as young as they used to be, but who are determined to get in shape and stay that way for life. The 100 Year LifestyleWorkout is all about how to Get Your “ESS” in Shape™—that is, your Endurance, Strength, and Structure. Pinpointing the health problems that occur when your ESS is out of balance, Plasker shows how to exercise your body in each of these three areas. He provides specific ESS workout sequences for beginning, intermediate, and advanced exercisers, including step-by-step photographs. He covers the top fitness mistakes people make as they age, and provides lifestyle fitness strategies for lasting results as you age—from nutrition to getting back on track after a lapse.
Ever fancied travelling through time? Taming a lion? Winning a Nobel Prize? Well, here's how to attempt all that and more. Daniel Smith - author of 100 Places You Will Never Visit - takes you on an entertaining journey through 100 things you will (probably) never get the chance to do. Offering tips and advice on things that you may never be rich enough to do (buy your own island, drink a bottle of 1787 Château Lafite, own a Shakespeare first folio); things you might never be brave enough to try (bullfight, base jump from the Burj Khalifa, charm a snake); things you'll hopefully never have to do (escape from Alcatraz, land a 747, play Russian roulette); and even the downright absurd (being in two places at once, making gold, becoming invisible),100 Things You Will Never Do will give you a glimpse of your infinite potential.
Offers a combination of bodyshaping exercise routines and meal plans to help readers lose weight and get in shape, accompanied by tips on ways to boost one's metabolism, nutrition, mental energizers, and simple calorie-burning techniques
With a baby boomer turning sixty every ten seconds, we are rapidly becoming an aging society. But cutting edge research on the connection between age and disease shows us that many of the preconceptions we had about how to grow old need a second look. This groundbreaking book is full of take-away prescriptive advice which the nearly seventy-five million boomers in this nation will value. Top gerontologist and Stanford medical school professor Dr. Walter Bortz and co-author Randall Stickrod draw on new science and a thirty-year longitudinal study of centenarians to show that: • Genetics plays a smaller role in aging than previously thought • Senility, dementia, and other diseases of the elderly, are largely preventable and not an inevitable consequence of aging • Engagement, through sexual relationships, social interaction, and professional activity, is a key factor in long, healthy lives • Physical fitness can recover at least 30 years of aging Filled with in-depth insight and practical advice, The Roadmap to 100 gives you the power to control your own destiny and live well beyond 100.
Offers preventative and curative advice for 1,110 women's health problems, ranging from PMS to weight control, includes case stories about how women sufferers overcame their own conditions, and provides vital questions to ask doctors.
Bower, who acquired multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) two decades ago, explains health concerns associated with common household products and equipment, and describes products and sources for healthier cleaning, personal care, bedding, furniture, improving indoor air and water, and reducing risk from electromagnetic fields. She also discusses safer alternatives for decorating, clothing, appliances, and hobbies. Of interest to those with allergies and chemical sensitivities. The author edits a newsletter for those with MCS, and has written two previous books on healthy households. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.