Description - Ranulph Fiennes by Sir Ranulph Fiennes
At last comes a book which stands out from the welter of fitness advice offered by improbably shaped models and musclemen. For Ranulph Fiennes, described by the GUINNESS BOOK OF RECORDS as 'the world's greatest living explorer', physical fitness is no fad: it has enabled him to withstand the rigours of desert and glacier alike. The book includes research into body types and environmental effects; advice on self-motivation, diet and basic food control and guidance on avoiding stress, illness and injury. Beginning with basic exercises designed to help you maintain a minimum level of fitness and progressing through to training regimes tailored to those who are aiming for greater heights in sport, adventure or everyday life, FIT FOR LIFE provides practical help and encouragement to take you as far as you wish to go.
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(266mm x 211mm x 13mm)
Little, Brown & Company
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Book Reviews - Ranulph Fiennes by Sir Ranulph Fiennes
UK Kirkus Review »
This is a common-sense fitness guide for all - the couch potato, the elite athlete and everyone in between. Thirty years of Fiennes's experience is distilled into practical advice on getting started, maintaining the momentum and - if you wish - achieving the ultimate in fitness. The author brings a down-to-earth but professional approach to all these topics. (Kirkus UK)
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Author Biography - Sir Ranulph Fiennes
Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Bt, OBE, the world's most celebrated contemporary adventurer and explorer, has been a leader of major expeditions for 26 years, becoming in 1993 the first man to walk unsupported across the Antarctic continent.