Synopses & Reviews
People are serious now. Theyre 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 youve reached out to others, and more. In addition, the journal is filled with motivational tips from Chris Crowley—dont skimp on leg weights, treat yourself to the best equipment, how to get your Significant Other to work out with you—and medical Q&As from Dr. Henry Lodge, covering the science of aging, low-fat diets, and more.
For people serious about following the tenets of Crowley's "Younger Next Year" comes this handy journal for keeping track of workouts, heart rates, diet, and more. Includes Crowley's inspirational tips and science facts from Dr. Lodge.
The Gym Bag Essential
Make the most of your workout: This 52-week fill-in book with detailed prompts helps you keep track of exercise, diet, and emotional well-being including:
- Previous night's sleep and morning mood
- Cardio workouts, with heart rate
- Strength day--your upper body & back, legs & abs
- What you ate, including snacks and booze
- Plus how you did with your relations with other people. Check one: amazing, not bad, shameful.
Throughout are tips and motivations from the authors, whose core message--70% of the decay and 50% of the illness associated with aging are entirely preventable
--has never been easier to put into practice.
About the Author
Chris Crowley is Dr. Lodge's 80-year-old patient—the relentless drum-beater for YOUNGER NEXT YEAR and the living proof that Harry’s Rules work: It is possible to turn back the biological clock.Harry Lodge, a board-certified internist, is listed variously as "One of the Best Doctors in New York/America/the World." He heads a 20-doctor practice in Manhattan and is the Robert Burch Family Professor of Medicine at Columbia University Medical School. He is the co-author of the bestselling YOUNGER NEXT YEAR.