Category: Health & Fitness - Exercise
Format: Trade Paperback
On Sale: March 7, 2006
ISBN: 978-1-57826-215-1 (1-57826-215-1)
All anti-aging programs talk about importance of exercise. Exercise builds muscle mass, improves balance, prevents bone loss, and boosts energy. In addition, it can help relieve stress and promote a regular sleep schedule, which in turn have a rejuvenating effect. But exactly how much and what kind of exercise do you need to stay young inside and out? Based on proven, scientific research, The Anti-Aging Fitness Prescription gives you an easy-to-follow step-by-step program to keep your mind and body sharp.
The Anti-Aging Fitness Prescription includes:
• an easy and effective total-body workout plan designed to keep your body as strong and flexible as a teenager
• recipes and meal plans to supplement your workouts for maximum results
• simple techniques to manage your stress and get enough sleep to boost your mental agility and keep your brain young
• quick tips to rejuvenate your skin, hair, and overall image to show off your new younger-looking self
• an eight-week activity map and nutrition diary to help you stay on track, and more!
The Anti-Aging Fitness Prescription is your key to getting fit, boosting your energy level, improving your mental acuity, and staying young in mind, body, and spirit.
For more information, visit www.antiagingfitnessrx.com.
"...plenty of quick tips on everything from nutrition to working off stress. [The Anti-Aging Fitness Prescription is] easy to read and full of common-sense, objective information." --Seattle Times & Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"Age-proof your body with these stay-young secrets from The Anti-Aging Fitness Prescription." --Quick & Simple
Z. Altug, MS, PT, works as a licensed physical therapist at the UCLA Medical Center and privately as a personal trainer and fitness consultant. A member of the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Physical Therapy Association, he lives in Los Angeles, CA. Reach him at www.zaltug.com.
Tracy Olgeaty Gensler, MS, RD, is a licensed registered dietitian and health writer who writes for Self Magazine, Nick Junior Magazine, the Good Housekeeping website, and many others. She lives in Chevy Chase, MD, with her husband and two daughters. Reach her at www.wellnesstowork.com.
Dennis McCullough, MD, is an Associate Professor of Community and Family Medicine at Dartmouth Medical School, where he led the Senior Fitness Program. A graduate of Harvard Medical School and a member of the American Geriatrics Society, he also served as the first Medical Director for Kendal-at-Hanover, one of America’s most highly rated retirement communities.