How does a man measure his success these days?
Is it the size of his bank account, or the size of his girth, that really matters? It's a sad but true fact that middle-aged men in North America tend to know more about their automobiles than they do about their own bodies.
Now here's a maintenance and repair manual for a man's body that anybody can follow... advice on nutrition, fitness, health and well- being for men of the baby boom generation; men for whom growing into the shape of their own father's body, as they approach 50 years of age, is something they'd just as soon avoid if possible.
It is possible, and it's easier than one might think. Read this book and learn how to develop and maintain a fitter, stronger, healthier lifestyle that will ensure a better quality of life for the long haul ahead.
"His book is not a quick-fix solution.It is based on a common-sense approach to fitness that is detailed, yet simple to follow,helping the reader attain a healthier body." ÑAndre Wetjen, publisher/editor eVent Magazine
"This book covers the process of getting a body as lean and mean as the author's." ÑShowcase Magazine
"James Judd is to be congratulated on producing a book of immense value based on his own experience and philosophy... those agreeing in principle should feel confident that by utilizing an outline as in this book it is possible to achieve and maintain whatever age you begin." ÑDr.Malcolm Wilson,surgeon and urologist
In addition to more than 30 years of researching and gathering information on fitness, health and nutrition, James Judd spent more than 22 years as a journalist, editor and columnist with daily newspapers. He resides in Kelowna, B.C. where he is working on a follow-up to This Is Not Your Father's Body and is also writing a book of humour called The Secret Life of Men