Strong to Save

Your GenX Imperative to Die Harder and Later

by David Emerson Frost



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/31/2024

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 286
ISBN : 9781665752725
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 286
ISBN : 9781665752718
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 286
ISBN : 9781665752732

About the Book

Don’t you want to be a great GenX who looks great and performs great by day and night? With sthenic strengths honed from this practical, science-backed, and sweat-based Fitness primer, you can:
• Make your next years your best years.
• Move stuff as your very good medicine.
• Die harder and later – as in 7 to 10 years later - than most of your generational peers.
o There is no alternative (TINA) to power up your life for those extra vital years.
Cornerstone strength is that on which anything is founded. David Emerson Frost parlays his strengths developed as a champion competitor, rowing coach, and master fitness trainer to help you build your own cornerstone of a physical bank with an added 10-year warranty.
As a great GenX, you can follow his guidance to move things that stand in your way, to become an Xercist who uses nature and technology as your X factors, and to celebrate Sexercise as your GenXercise.
Be on the lookout for your special Flex Alerts and detailed functional exercises that are intrinsic elements of these compelling Strong to Save chapters.
Who wants to die younger and easier? Strong to Save guides GenX with a trifecta of working habits to beat the “normal” aging process, counter inflammation and disease, and ensure your second-half vitality.

About the Author

David Emerson Frost is an NFPT-certified master fitness trainer, a rowing coach, a champion competitor, and an award-winning adjunct professor. After he completed decorated careers in the US Navy and business world, he founded Well Past Forty LLC to promote healthspan and lifespan for people in middle age and beyond. David earned a BS from the US Naval Academy and a master of systems management from the University of Southern California.