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  • Paperback: 330 pages
  • Publisher: Workman Publishing Co.; 1 Reprint edition (Oct. 10 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 076114773X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0761147732
  • Product Dimensions: 20.3 x 13 x 1.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 295 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,738 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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By Laurence R. Hunt on July 12 2014
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Well, this book certainly changed my life. I read it early in 2005, when it was first published. At the time, I believed that I was fit because I'd been running since 1969. I had forgotten that when I started running, I could also do gymnastics, I weighed 30 pounds less, I could do a pull-up with one arm, it was easy to do cartwheels and handstands, etc. In 2005, I was having trouble bending over to tie my shoes... I had early arthritis in my fingers and right wrist... my ankles were sometimes swelling for "no reason"... I was "upgrading my waist size"... and I thought I was fit. While the book is full of useful pointers, it was one of the first to pinpoint the role of myokines (then referred to by Dr. Lodge as "cytokines") in mediating fitness and health through tissue repair and growth, anti-inflammatory activity, etc. Nine years later, I am dropping waist sizes, not increasing them, I run faster now than I did 5 years ago, the arthritis in my fingers is gone, and I can do quite a bit of my old gymnastics routine again. I started with pumping iron, but my own research led me into core training, short burst training, and other strategies for building optimal fitness and health. Chris Crowley turns 80 this year, and he is living the message of the book - still highly active and having fun. I point to two life-changing books in my fitness journey. The first was Kenneth Cooper's "Aerobics" (the book that got me started in 1969). This is number two. Very strong on the "why to" as well as the "how to."
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By SANW on June 28 2014
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I enjoyed this book --- though the binding didn't last long and after a couple of months, the pages fell out --- but I read it last year and I'm no younger.

The ideas are simple: eat well, exercise, get enough sleep, eschew stress. The concepts are well-presented and the authors have a friendly, easy-to-digest way of getting their points across.

Even though I'm still "old", I'd recommend it as an inspirational read.
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This book is very well written and easy reading. Reasonable expectations & definately adaptable to my lifestyle. Look forward to being younger next year etc, etc., etc...
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Good read, chapters by Chris Crowley are great; others by Dr. Lodge are OK, have a lot of evolution mumbo jumbo that I didn't care for. More specifics on the exercise program would have been helpful. Overall, makes you want to get up and start exercising!
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By Intrepid1958 on March 23 2014
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Simple and sound advise written with humour and real life analogy.
This book really applies to everyone because it is never too young (or too old) to start a healthier lifestyle.
Well worth the read.
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By ruth verlinden on Jan. 31 2014
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Not a book to sit down and read like a novel. This is a book to keep in your bathroom or bedroom or at the breakfast table - somewhere to read a page or a chapter at a time, so that you are remotivated over and over again to get moving!
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By Chris Weadick on Jan. 19 2014
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Interesting read and constant reminder of time slipping away and prioritizing and etc. an eary read and a valued addition to any library
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By Fred J on Jan. 19 2014
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I enjoyed the electronic version of this book. This book agrees with the popular consensus that exercise is the "fountain of youth" no matter what ailment you have as a part of growing older. It's very convincing and the approach with coauthors is a good ploy. The book is written by a medical doctor and a healthy "old fell" a.who has plenty of enthusiasm. There is lots of science to support the book's claims.

Be "younger next year" and start exercising today.
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