Reclaim and build your mental and physical health, fitness and wellness for better overall performance.
A strong athletic physique, in just 3 hours a week!? It’s part of the job for fitness professionals and actors to be in shape. However, what do you do if you spend your day at a desk, in long meetings, travelling and/or commuting daily? Then throw in a busy family and personal life. How do you find time to eat right and recover from a workout, let alone fit one in?
What you should know about The Lean Exec Book.
Based on real experience, the book can help inspire you to reclaim physical health, fitness and mental wellness, no matter how busy you are.
The author (40+) is a qualified PT and over 15 years gained, lost, then reclaimed his fitness and mental wellness alongside a busy career and family life.
No, it's designed to be easy to follow, straight talking and give you the basic tools and knowledge to help you on your own personal fitness journey.
The training approach is based on bodybuilding methods, but only so far as to illustrate how strength training can be used to benefit anyone.
Yes, while it provides some comprehensive fitness plans, it's designed to give you ideas so you can use them in a way that suits your goals.
Yes, absolutely! The book will give you information and ideas as well as plans you can adapt as you wish to achieve results, but you do have to be consistent.
The book has helpful insight for anyone looking to leverage the benefits of strength training. However, men between 28 - 45 may find it most relevant.
No, but it provides illustrative ideas and hacks for nutrition that you can try that can help you achieve your health and fitness goals.
Reading this book I found that it had a great balance between insightful ideas and real-world practical steps - Tony BGet The Book >
Excellent insights and tips into trying to stay on top of mental and physical health while balancing a demanding job.
Great insights, helpful advice and a great leveller to understand that regardless what you have on you can get in shape without having to have massive chunks of time in the diary.
This book has given him the kick and impetus he needed to get back to it..
The methodology and additional charts/tools are proving very helpful to get and stay fit.
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