Younger Next Year Journal

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Workman Publishing, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 227 pages
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People are serious now. They’re going to the gym and changing their diets. Hundreds of thousands of people are working on turning back their biological clocks, doing the exercise that can put off up to 70% of the typical decay associated with aging and eliminate 50% of the illnesses that afflict people as they get older.

Now, to make that promise even easier to achieve, comes the Younger Next Year Journal. This is a needed recordkeeper for every trip to the gym, or better yet, bike vacation or ski trip. Beginning with a short introduction to working out the Younger Next Year way—how to use a heart rate monitor, why keeping a journal is important, how to look at exercise as your new job—here is a 224-page fill-in book with prompts that help you keep meticulous track of your workouts, your heart rate, your diet, how you feel, how you’ve reached out to others, and more. In addition, the journal is filled with motivational tips from Chris Crowley—don’t skimp on leg weights, treat yourself to the best equipment, how to get your Significant Other to work out with you—and medical Q&A’s from Dr. Henry Lodge, covering the science of aging, low-fat diets, and more.
  

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
5
Section 3
20
Section 4
28
Section 5
32
Section 6
36
Section 7
40
Section 8
44
Section 24
116
Section 25
120
Section 26
124
Section 27
125
Section 28
128
Section 29
132
Section 30
148
Section 31
156

Section 9
47
Section 10
48
Section 11
52
Section 12
56
Section 13
64
Section 14
68
Section 15
72
Section 16
76
Section 17
80
Section 18
81
Section 19
89
Section 20
92
Section 21
96
Section 22
100
Section 23
104
Section 32
160
Section 33
172
Section 34
173
Section 35
180
Section 36
184
Section 37
188
Section 38
192
Section 39
195
Section 40
196
Section 41
212
Section 42
216
Section 43
220
Section 44
224
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About the author (2006)

CHRIS CROWLEY, 73, is a former litigator (Davis Polk & Wardwell) who retired in 1990 to ski, sail, bike, play tennis, cook, write these books, and take his passion for them on the road.

Henry S. Lodge, M.D., ranked as one of the best doctors in America in his specialty of internal medicine, is a member of the teaching faculty at Columbia Medical School, where his is a serious student of ongoing developments in cellular biology and aging. He lives in New York City.

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