Fit Over 40 is a best selling ebook that contains plenty of information, advice and motivation that can help anyone over 40 get fit and healthy and slow down the aging process.
Fit Over 40 was co-written by Jon Benson and Tom Venuto.
Jon was obese when he was in his thirties, but he made major lifestyle changes and is now fit and healthy at 48 years old. His transformation is what inspired him to write the book.
Tom is a respected fat loss expert and natural (steroid-free) bodybuilder who's been involved in the health and fitness industry for over 20 years.
Fit Over 40 is different from most other health and fitness books in that it's based on role modeling. Role modeling is when you follow the methods of people who have achieved what you want to achieve.
When Jon decided to get fit and healthy, he determined that role modeling was the best way to do it. He interviewed dozens of role models and developed his own nutrition plan and exercise routine based on what he learned from them. Within 12 months, Jon was able to decrease his body fat from 38% to 9%, reduce his waist size from 44 inches to 33 inches, double his strength and lower his blood pressure.
Because role modeling was so instrumental in Jon's success, he decided to compile an entire book full of health and fitness role models. Fit Over 40 contains the profiles of 52 very fit and healthy men and women between the ages of 40 and 80.
What makes Fit Over 40 so interesting and useful is that it's not just one person's ideas on exercise, nutrition and healthy living, it's the ideas of 52 diverse people. These people tell you in their own words how they work out, what they eat, and how they go about living a healthy lifestyle. These are real people who have achieved real results, and they share exactly how they did it.
I'm over 50 myself, and reading about the role models and viewing their pictures was very informative and motivating. I was able to make improvements to my own nutrition plan and exercise routine based on what I learned from several of the role models.
In addition to the profiles of the role models, Fit Over 40 also contains Jon's inspiring transformation story and plenty of information and advice from Tom Venuto on nutrition and exercise, including his over 40 training tips and his antiaging strategies. I found his antiaging strategies particularly interesting and useful, especially his five pillars of antiaging and his explanation of how the mind-body connection affects aging.
My one complaint with the book is that the section dealing with Jon's transformation story should have been proofread a little better, as there were a few too many typos and missing words. But this is a minor complaint, and overall I found the book to be informative, enjoyable and inspiring.
In summary, Fit Over 40 is an excellent resource
that can help anyone over 40 get fit and healthy and
slow down the aging process. To learn more about or purchase Fit Over 40, Click Here.