20 Years Younger (Enhanced Edition): Look Younger, Feel Younger, Be Younger!

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Little, Brown, Apr 26, 2011 - Health & Fitness - 464 pages
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It's time to turn back the clock! In 20 YEARS YOUNGER, Bob Greene offers readers a practical, science-based plan for looking and feeling their best as they age. The cutting-edge program details easy and effective steps we can all take to rebuild the foundation of youth and enjoy better health, improved energy, and a positive outlook on life. The four cornerstones of the program are: an exercise regimen for fighting muscle and bone loss, a longevity-focused diet, sleep rejuvenation, and wrinkle-fighting skin care. Woven throughout the text is practical advice on changing appearances, controlling stress, staying mentally sharp, navigating medical tests, and much more. This enhanced edition also includes 32 helpful videos of the basic strength-training, stretching, and core exercises. Readers will walk away with a greater understanding of how the body ages and what they can do to feel-and look-20 years younger.
 

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Bob Greene was born December 8, 1958 in Cherry Hill, N.J. He is a graduate of Cherry Hill High School East. He then studied physical education at The University of Delaware and earned his master's degree in exercise physiology from the University of Arizona. He is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine. Greene has authored over ten books concerning weight-loss, diet and health, including two books co-authored by Oprah Winfrey. He is a frequent guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show, has a radio show on the "Oprah and Friends" satellite radio network and is a contributor to O magazine. His book entitled 20 Years Younger made the Publisher's Weekly best seller list for 2011.

Ronald L. Kotler, MD, DABSM (Philadelphia, PA), is the respiratory director at the Pennsylvania Hospital Sleep Disorders Center and is a member of the American Board of Sleep Medicine, the American Sleep Disorders Association, the American College of Physicians, and the American Thoracic Society.

Maryann Karinch (Estes Park, CO) is the author of twelve books. She has competed successfully in multiple sports, including gymnastics, bodybuilding, and endurance racing, and holds a current certification in personal training from the American Council on Exercise.

Charles R. Cantor, MD, DABSM (Swarthmore, PA), is a neurologist specializing in sleep disorders. He is the medical director at the University of Pennsylvania Sleep Centers.

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