With busy schedules, demanding careers, and little time, many of us battle just to stay awake. But energy is something that is in our control, even when time is short. Now 50 years young, fitness guru Denise Austin shows readers how to super-charge their lives, using her innovative lifestyle plan. She eats the right foods at the right time of day. She uses the power of stretching and breathing to feed her body with energy-enhancing oxygen. She uses mini-workouts to get energy even on her busiest days–and now you can too!
Denise shows how simple changes can add up to increased energy levels throughout the day. From the foods they consume to the way they sit in their chairs, readers won’t believe how Denise’s quick and easy plan will dramatically increase their energy levels. In as little as a week, results will be felt: radiant skin, more restful sleep, and a sharper mind…so follow Denise Austin and prepare for a fitness wake-up call!
Get Energy! offers:
- An in-depth quiz and a “Personal Energy Plan Worksheet” to determine your energy-zappers
- A guide on what foods to eat — and at what time of day to eat them to maximize energy
- Five-minute stretching and breathing routines for a quick energy-boost
- Mini-workouts you can squeeze in on your busiest days
- Easy lifestyle changes for more radiant skin, restful sleep and a sharper mind
- Energy makeovers of busy women just like you
When I came across Get Energy! Empower Your Body, Love Your Life, I was attracted to this title because one of my goals for the New Year is getting back into exercising at least 5 times per week. Well, Get Energy is a book that handles this issue. Denise gives very good practical ideas that can help you out and provide the extra energy that is needed to function from day to day. Sometimes, I do feel fatigued, so “Get Energy” provides the causes and symptoms and solutions that affects my daily living.
Another useful feature about “Get Energy” is that Denise provides photos with various exercises. This will help me out in doing my daily exercises because the pictures simplifies the exerise. The exercises are simple and short which helps especially when time is limited.
Get Energy also gives the reader quite alot of information about food guidelines. She suggests many food selections that are best for your mind and body. If you want more information about the best foods for you, I suggest reading Get Energy! For myself, I need to select more brown rice in my diet and drink water more water throughout the day.
I recommend the book, “Get Energy! Empower Your Body, Love Your Life” as a great resource and a tool to make those new changes in your life for the New Year! The book is quite easy to read and Denise expresses her points well! This book is definetely a book to have on your shelf! Now it’s up to us to use the information to make us more rounded and healthy individuals with lots of energy.
About Denise: She has been a health and fitness advocate for over 25 years and is a two-term member of the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports. She has created 82 workout videos/DVDs and is a regular columnist for Women’s Day magazine. She lives with her husband and two daughters near Washington, DC.