This book will help you understand all of the benefits exercise has to offer – it covers more than just the physical benefits. It also includes the mental, emotional, health, and aging benefits. If you are just starting to think about exercising – or if you’ve started, but need a little extra push to keep going – this book will help get you get (and stay) motivated. Exercise is second nature once you make it a habit and this book shows you how to make it a habit. Lots of people make excuses not to exercise. This book covers some of the most common, and not so common, excuses and how to stop making them.
This book does not contain specific exercises or exercise routines.
Targeted Age Group:: 18-90
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I am very passionate about making a difference in people’s lives and our communities by encouraging people to make healthier lifestyle choices and start living a healthier and happier life. My dream is to help inspire a new era of health and wellness.
About the Author:
Kim Essex is very passionate about making a difference in people’s lives and our communities by encouraging people to make healthier lifestyle choices and start living a healthier and happier life. Her dream is to help inspire a new era of health and wellness.
Kim received a certificate in Fitness and Nutrition in 2005. Her husband, John, is currently studying sports medicine to become a NASM certified personal trainer. Together, they co-author Fitness Coach Blog – a blog that helps people transform their lives by providing essential information on fitness, nutrition and supplements.
In the past, Kim worked as a freelance copywriter for businesses in the fitness and nutrition industries. She completed specialized courses in copywriting and business marketing writing. Kim has volunteered as a newsletter editor for The Last Chance Ranch Sanctuary in Kingman, Arizona and as a creative copywriter for Paws in the City in Dallas, Texas.
Kim enjoys being active and spending time outdoors with her husband. Some of their favorite activities include working out, walking, hiking, biking and camping.
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