100 Things You Can Do to Stay Fit and Healthy

Simple Steps to Better Your Body and Improve Your Mind

Foreword by Phil Wharton

About The Book

Looking to revamp and revitalize your fitness and overall well-being, but not sure where to start? Well look no further than running guru and health expert Scott Douglas’s 100 Things You Can Do to Stay Fit and Healthy . Each short section in this tome features a simple, and easy-to-implement, physician- approved practice that that will improve your health in an instant, and, when continued, will elevate your overall well-being permanently. In this helpful and healthful book, the reader will find sections on:
• Improving muscular fitness
• Maintaining skeletal well-being
• Increasing mental health
• Monitoring intestinal well-being
• And keeping up your cardiovascular fitness!
Simple to comprehend, easy to use, and virtually effortless to implement in every-day life, 100 Things You Can Do Today to Improve Your Health is a must-have on the shelf in every home.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Skyhorse (January 3, 2017)
  • Length: 184 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781510712362

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Raves and Reviews

“Douglas, a contributing editor for Runner’s World, goes back to basics with this compendium of simple steps to improve one’s health and fitness." -Publisher's Weekly

“Douglas delivers ‘simple tips and tactics’ for complete health, encouraging readers to ‘embrace simple, small incremental changes.’” -Booklist

"As much as anything, the book is an opportunity to reflect on the myriad health choices you make every day and consider whether there might be better ways or simple changes you could make." - Runner's World

“Douglas, a contributing editor for Runner’s World, goes back to basics with this compendium of simple steps to improve one’s health and fitness." -Publisher's Weekly

“Douglas delivers ‘simple tips and tactics’ for complete health, encouraging readers to ‘embrace simple, small incremental changes.’” -Booklist

"As much as anything, the book is an opportunity to reflect on the myriad health choices you make every day and consider whether there might be better ways or simple changes you could make." - Runner's World

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