About the Book: “Sick and tired of hearing what’s wrong with you and your body? You’re not alone. It’s time for a new conversation—and a new plan for treating, feeding, and moving your body in ways that build on your strengths inside and out.
With STRONG IS THE NEW SKINNY you can say goodbye to body-bashing and physical fault-finding, and instead learn to embrace, not just how it looks, but what your body can do—from pushups to pull ups and box jumps to rope climbs, nothing is out of your reach. Strong Is the New Skinny offers a reality-based diet, lifestyle, and fitness program…so you can:
• Maximize your potential, as well as your energy, vitality, and power.
• Train your brain—develop resilience and mental fortitude in every area of your life.
• Add muscle, increase speed, and enhance flexibility.
• Strengthen your arms, back, core, and legs—and crank up the challenge when you’re ready for the next level.
• Torch fat with Strong Moves: a series of heart-healthy H.I.I.T. workouts that take as little as 10 minutes.
• Kick-start your Get-Fit, Get-Fierce plan with the Strong Seven—7 days of 7 power foods.”
Review: Strong Is the New Skinny: How to Eat, Live and Move to Maximize Your Power is a wonderfully helpful book that does much in the way of educating, motivating and empowering individuals to get healthy and fit. Written with easy-to-understand language, it speaks clearly and precisely about everything from nutrition and lifestyle choices to internal strength and fitness programming.
I really liked the simplicity of this book. It was straight forward and as honest as a gut punch. I also loved the included pictures, workout plans, and assessments.
This book was well-rounded and stayed true to its indicated intent. I have no doubts that it will prove to be a tremendous resource to all those who invest in reading it.
I definitely plan on suggesting this title to my fitness clientele.
Status: B/I Level
A complimentary copy of this title was made available by the publisher via the Blogging for Books program in exchange for an honest critique. I was not required or expected to submit a positive review. The words I have expressed are my own.