Men's fitness magazine's complete guide to health and well-being

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HarperPerennial, Jun 1, 1996 - Family & Relationships - 385 pages
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With everything we know today about health and physical fitness, it's surprising to learn that American men are nearly 10 times more likely to be overweight then they were a century ago. Now, with the publication of "Men's Fitness Magazine's Complete Guide to Health and Well Being," the editors of "Men's Fitness" magazine with the aid of a distinguished 22-member editorial board have put together the ultimate reference for men seeking to maximize all aspects of their well-being, whether physical or psychological. Stressing a "total health" approach, the book addresses a broad spectrum of issues that affect and concern men of all ages and lifestyles.

"Men's Fitness Magazine's Complete Guide to Health and Well-Being" is a one-stop resource for men who want to take charge of their total wellness. The book covers the full range of men's physical and psychological needs -- from exercise, health, diet and nutrition to self-improvement, body image, stress management and personal relationships.

Filled with charts, self-tests, and sidebars, this book links physical and emotional health and fitness to give an informative and unique perspective on the increasingly popular topic of men's health.

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Until recently, books about men's health and well-being have been few and far between. Now, publishers appear to be rushing to satisfy a growing demand with titles that are frequently superficial ... Read full review


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