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Friday, March 27, 2020

Book Review: Recipe for Fitness Over 50 by K. Aleisha Fetters

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this ebook from Simon and Schuster via EdelweissPlus, free of charge, for review purposes on this blog. No compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it, all opinions are my own


Skip the gym and improve your physical and mental fitness in just minutes with these 300 quick and easy ways to add movement to your day!

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Synopsis:

Skip the gym and improve your physical and mental fitness in just minutes with these 300 quick and easy ways to add movement to your day!

Being active and in shape helps you sleep, keeps you strong and healthy, and improves balance, your social life—and even your sex life! We all know exercise is good for us, but time, money, age, and inertia often keep us stuck on the couch. But you don’t need to join a gym—or even leave your house—to get fit and healthy!

In Fitness Hacks for over 50, you’ll discover quick and attainable tips and strategies to maintain (or increase) your fitness and strength at any point in your life. These simple, easy-to-do movements and activities that just take a few minutes a day makes it easy and friction-free to look and feel better, regardless of your age and abilities.

It’s never too late to get started! Let Fitness Hacks for over 50 put you on the path to a healthier lifestyle and a longer life that you can enjoy!


Review:

Quarratined? This book might be just the thing you need to get a good work out, outside of the gym (that you can't get to anymore! with its simple illustrations, and humorous text, you may find that this book is for everyone looking for a non-stress work out, that they can fit into their busy schedules, no matter where they are. I would actually recommend it for 30 somethings on up! It's an inexpensive workout book to download right now too!


About the Author:

K. Aleisha Fetters is a journalist and certified strength and conditioning specialist whose work has been featured in publications including TimeWomen’s HealthRunner’s WorldO, The Oprah MagazineUS News & World ReportWeight WatchersFamily Circle, and SilverSneakers. She is coauthor of The Woman’s Guide to Strength Training, and is regularly interviewed as an expert for publications including SHAPEFood NetworkBeachbodyLifehacker, and DietSpotlight.

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