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90 Days Challenge Food Diet and exercise Journal Goals for Optimal Weight Loss Track breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack Track Calories for each meal Track exercise/activity, Track weight sleep protein and water Something to make tomorrow better Three things I'm grateful for today How i feel SIZE: 6 X 9 PAGES: 94 Pages COVER: Soft Cover (Matte) Great gift idea for family and friends on any occasion. Order today!
The Rough Guide to Men’s Health takes a quirky and informative look at the health and well-being of men – and no, it’s not just a “turn your head and cough” book of disease and diagnosis, but rather a complete guide on how to look and feel great. Avoiding both flabby waffle and well-being puritanism, it features down-to-earth health advice whether you are in the kitchen, the bedroom, the gym, out on the town or simply looking in the mirror. Find out how to improve performance with life coach strategies; how to identify the causes of health problems with key features on the back and gut; the best investments to consider in the fight for fitness; and those myths about health that can be safely ignored. Written by men’s health and fitness expert Lloyd Bradley, who along with his panel of experts provides the ultimate men’s health lowdown on how to make the most of your life with the body you have. And because we know how important it is these days, there is a huge section on looks and how to improve them! The Rough Guide to Men’s Health provides you with everything you need to know to ensure your lifestyle isn’t at war with your health.
Laugh your way to a better you! For those too busy to go to the gym, try some of the fitness advice provided in this 1908 classic revisited. In today’s challenging business environment, the achieving executive needs every possible advantage, fitness included. If gym fees and personal trainers do not fit into your schedule or budget, Exercises for Gentlemen offers just what the trainer would have ordered. With excerpts and original illustrations from The School of Health—the classic health reference of the early 1900s—here is a "practical course in physical culture" designed as a fitness program not even requiring a pair of exercise shorts, let alone joining a health club. What results is both an entertaining glimpse of times gone by, and an exercise regime ideally suited to the modern man with neither the time nor the inclination to change clothes when he steps out from the busy office. This book contains detailed guidance on everything from knee bends and arm bends to proper posture, bathing, and homeopathic remedies—all to be taken with a suitable dose of humor. A daily regime of a mere fifteen minutes of be-suited exercise is guaranteed to "reduce undue fullness at the waist, square the shoulders, round out the arms, improve leg development, and, in short, make a more graceful, strong, and symmetrical man."

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