Great narrators, easy to understand information that's relevant and useful.
It motivated me to exercise more, eat better and generally take better care of myself while learning why our bodies are programmed the way they are.
Get Moving and Don't Eat Crap!
I liked the Dr. Harry's explanations and I did not like the older man's patronizing and drawling presentation.
The long chapters explaining the importance of a heart rate monitor. I think the explanations were lengthy and unnecessary.
I don't know, but certainly anyone but the older man, whom I think is named Norman Dietz.
No, this is certainly more than sufficient for a simple book.
I didn't like it much. It's patronizing for women and I don't know the book for men, or if it is better, as I haven't listened to it.
I am a dancer, health professional, meditator and avid reader. I listen to audio books while driving, working out and doing chores. I listen to non-fiction more than fiction, but enjoy both. I like books I can learn from or be inspired by. I post my favorites on Pintrest.
This book is aimed at women entering menopause and beyond. It was first written for men, then adapted for women. It goes back and forth between Chris the 70 plus year old layman and the doctor. They say the same thing but with different approaches. The gist of the book is that it is get moving hard enough to send messages to trick your brain into thinking you are in the spring of your life and not the fall. This keeps you building new cells instead of decaying. I liked the science behind it. I am a Physical Therapist and agree with the advice. They also advice staying socially connected and engaged in life. They say aging is a choice.
I have read this book multiple times. The first time it motivated me to exercise more. Now I read it again and again to STAY motivated to exercise! Fabulous narration! Thank you for helping me to get through the next 1/3 of my life healthier and better for it!
Nothing new here
Annoying, lengthy story of Chris skiing with the experts in Stowe...BORING!
Voice of Chris sounded too old, could hear him smacking lips, clearing throat, taking breaths...tone was condescending...narration was distracting from the message.
Read their first book, thoroughly enjoyed it, and it changed my life. Y.N.Y. for
Women had basically the same information which I predicted, but wanted a review. Information presented would have been better if Chris were a female. Dietz narration was irritating...Harries was fine. Would have liked the book better if I had read it rather than listened to it. And I disagree with Chris regarding there being no negative side effects to working out. One can injure themselves while working out...as all of the women in my class have done, at one time or another...no matter what kind of shape they were in at the time or how careful...it just happens, and it can be expensive and discouraging.
This book had great ideas but needs to be updated .it is worth reading if you keep that in mind. I would also have liked it better if they had a female collaborator.
Wow! These two authors nailed my life! I'm recently retired, just turned 60 and am looking forward to my next phase of life. I purchased the male version for my husband who waivers between "throwing in the towel" due to health issues and, "When is our next big trip?" All aging folks should read and act on the advice within the two covers.