Fitter Than Ever at 40 and Beyond (Book)

Fitter Than Ever at 40 and Beyond

released March 29, 2017

Susan knows fitness and how the right balance of training, mindful exercise and good nutrition can transform your life. Rewrite your script of making resolutions and quitting them and start living a healthy lifestyle today. Fitter Than Ever offers an easy-to-follow activity and eating plan and is packed with Slim for Life Secrets to keep you on-track and motivated. This book will make your journey of losing weight, exercising and eating healthy fun and empowering. Susan has been employed in the fitness industry for 30 years and is passionate about helping people reach their fitness goals.

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“Fitter Than Ever At 40 And Beyond is a must-read for anyone who wants to live their best, healthiest life. As a 47-year-old, this book resonated with me on many levels. Not only did it show me how to properly meet my nutritional needs, but it also taught me awesome techniques for incrementally increasing my level of fitness. I really liked it that the steps laid out for the reader were not overwhelming but instead extremely doable. Miss Dawson-Cook was straightforward in her delivery while still being personable and inspiring. I feel more motivated than ever to reach my highest level of fitness. I recommend this book for anybody who wants to do the same.” – RabidReader

“I got an advance look at Fitter Than Ever at 40 and Beyond, and I learned a lot. There are lots of health books out there with an emphasis on losing weight, usually with some crazy diet, but this book is all about fitness, both on keeping fit and actually improving your fitness level, so that as you age you can do all the things you want to do, without letting weight or physical limitations due to inactivity drag you down.

Dawson-Cook doesn’t sugarcoat her advice, but she is relatable. She has been fit, and she has been decidedly not so fit, and she discusses her upbringing, her emotional eating, and how she changed her bad habits for good. A fitness instructor for many years, she knows that if you don’t move or overhaul your diet, you won’t see the changes you want to see. What I liked most is that she gives small steps you can take that add up to big results, fitness-wise. For instance, if you have a habit of eating out a lot, it’s going to very hard to drop the pounds.

On a personal note, on Dawson-Cook’s advice, I dropped sugar from my diet and noticed that I immediately felt better, and also that as the weight came off, my appetite actually decreased. It was like she said, eating added sugar (which is found in lots of processed foods), actually increases your appetite. – Jennifer J. Stewart

“Susan Dawson-Cook ‘s “Fitter Than Ever at 40 And Beyond” is an accessible, yet in depth overview of what it takes to get in tip top shape for life.
Anyone unsure where to start in their search of better living, feeling, and looking through optimal fitness, should consider reading this book, loaded with fundamental advice and tips.
In in this book, Susan shares her own struggles with weight control , making this read very inspirational as we all go through setbacks; how she overcame hers is where Susan’s story becomes the jump start newbies are looking for.  – Mylène Wiltberger Brock, ACE Personal Trainer/Group Class Instructor, Fletcher Pilates Qualified Teacher Level II, PMA – Certified Pilates Teacher

This book has helped me on my weight loss quest. For once I actually kept a food journal and with the new apps makes keeping one fun. I then substituted one food for another. I now use peanut butter on celery instead of bread. I also found I needed more protein than I was eating. Dawson-Cook writes good tips in her slim for life section. Now I try and eat oatmeal every morning. If I want eggs for breakfast, then I will eat the oatmeal for lunch. She is easy to read and makes the reader ready to jump in and get started on a healthy life style. – Doug


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