Okay, I have to tell you this right up front. I’m in love with Chris Crowley. Giddily, hopelessly, starry-eyed in love! Crowley is a hunky, 70-something guy who has the contagious kind of energy that turns me on and gets me excited about life. This is the biggest reason I’m recommending his book, Younger Next Year, to you.
I’ve read hundreds of diet and fitness books. No exaggeration, hundreds. Maybe even thousands. I used to have a radio show where I interviewed one or two A-list experts every week, and after a while everyone starts sounding the same. Enter Chris Crowley and his uber enthusiastic you’re not dead yet message and his anti-aging role model.
Everyone who’s 50 or older, listen up! Don’t give up on yourself just because there are more candles on your cake. Get your butt off the sofa and start reversing the degeneration process. Chronological aging is natural, but physically falling apart, becoming feeble and depressed doesn’t have to be your fate. You have the power to eliminate 50% of the illnesses and injuries that come with aging.
Crowley and his co-author, Dr Henry “Harry” Lodge, wrote this phenomenal bestseller a few years ago, and it’s still going strong. Lodge is an okay MD who says all the right stuff, but it’s Crowley who makes the material jump off the page and into your heart. The key to the program is found in following the seven rules. Exercise six days a week. Don’t eat crap. Connect and commit to others. By following the rules, both men and women can become functionally younger, stronger, sexier and more powerful every year. There’s a version of the book for men and another version for women.
I first heard about Crowley when I read somewhere that President Obama kept a copy of this book in his gym bag. What the heck, I thought. If it’s good enough for Obama, it’s good enough for me.7,000 wildly positive Amazon reviews can’t be wrong. Go check out Younger Next Year. You won’t be disappointed!