One A Day: No More Excuses... Maintaining A Minimum Level of Fitness For Life

Author: Ken Stanford


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The purpose of this book is to motivate people to make physical fitness and awareness of the importance of it a priority in their lives, and to help them understand that physical fitness should not be difficult to maintain, it should be easy. Maintenance of fitness is more a mental thing than physical. Change your mind, change your body.

Ken Stanford was inspired as a young adult in the late 1960's by Jack LaLanne, a man known as "The Godfather of Physical Fitness". He realized, by watching and reading about LaLanne's feats when that man was in his sixties, that physical fitness can be maintained throughout a person's entire life, and that all that is required is the proper mental approach.

His hope is that by sharing what he has learned, and how it has benefited him, that it might inspire others. Ken is 73 years old living in Huntington Beach, California. He has been a runner since high school and his fitness philosophy has developed over his entire lifetime. A graduate of the University of Southern California, Ken is involved in community organizations and affairs.

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One A Day

I really enjoyed the book and have sent copies to my sister and cousin. What I like the most is its simplicity and the way the author allows the reader to feel good about starting out in a small way just as the title says. The book is motivational without being over the top and sends home its message in a direct manner. One of my favorite take-aways from the book is that you don't want to be that person who needs help later in life if you can help it. Highly recommend.

by Alison

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Pages: 56 | Trim Size: 6x9

Genre: Health & Fitness

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