Executive Fitness for Men
There are men everywhere in their mid-thirties and forties who hold down high-pressure jobs but who can't hold in their stomachs. They have sedentary ... Show synopsis There are men everywhere in their mid-thirties and forties who hold down high-pressure jobs but who can't hold in their stomachs. They have sedentary jobs and demanding families, the combination of which means a spreading waistline and no time to get fit. These men don't necessarily lack the willpower, but they do lack time to go to the gym or take up a sport. This book offers the busy executive a fitness formula that accommodates the high demands he has on his time. It is tailored to fit into a lifestyle that involves long hours in the office, traveling, and very little leisure time. Executive Fitness recommends exercises that men can follow on the subway, train, or plane, and also do in the office. There will be short exercise sessions that can be fit in before breakfast or even in a hotel room if he's working away from home. Invaluable advice is given on business lunches, sandwich bars, and pubs -- what to eat and what not to eat in order to stay in shape. Relaxation is also vital for the health of a busy executive so techniques are included to help him deal with the stress of situations such as traffic jams or jet lag.