Younger Next Year: Live Strong, Fit, and Sexy – Until You’re 80 and Beyond

Announcing the paperback edition of Younger Next Year, the New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, and Publishers Weekly bestseller, co-written by one of the country’s most prominent internists, Dr. Henry “Harry” Lodge, and his star patient, the 73-year-old Chris Crowley. These are the books that show us how to turn back our biological clocks—how to put off 70% of the normal problems of aging (weakness, sore joints, bad balance) and eliminate 50% of serious illness and injury.

The key to the program is found in Harry’s Rules: Exercise six days a week. Don’t eat crap. Connect and commit to others. There are seven rules all together, based on the latest findings in cell physiology, evolutionary biology, anthropology, and experimental psychology. Dr. Lodge explains how and why they work—and Chris Crowley, who is living proof of their effectiveness (skiing better today, for example, than he did twenty years ago), gives the just-as-essential motivation.

Both men and women can become functionally younger every year for the next five to ten years, then continue to live with newfound vitality and pleasure deep into our 80s and beyond.

“I have lost 50 pounds over the last nine months by eating less, moving more, and changing the way I think. I am 62 and look better and feel better and have more energy than in the last 15 years.”—Ron T.

” I read the wisdom put forth by Chris and Harry . . . [and] my next physical blew my doctor away. I am 74 and in better shape than when I was 50.”—Jack S.

“Not a week goes by that I do not utter a silent prayer of thanks that Younger Next Year came into my life. You guys are saving the world one body at a time.”—T. G.

Details

  • Paperback: 330 pages
  • Publisher: Workman Publishing Company; 1 Reprint edition (September 25, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 076114773X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0761147732
  • Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 0.9 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1,185 customer reviews)
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4 thoughts on “Younger Next Year: Live Strong, Fit, and Sexy – Until You’re 80 and Beyond”

  1. Of all the anti-aging books I’ve seen, this is one of most laid back and entertaining. It’s written by two guys. Harry, the doctor, covers the science aspects of aging, while the other guy, Chris, talks about applying the info.

    The book is centered around “Harry’s Rules.” These are seven rules for the reader to follow. They include such things as “Quit eating crap” or “Exercise six days a week for the rest of your life.” While they might seem to be basic pieces of information, they are sound advice and have some science behind them.

    All-in-all, I found this to be a very informative and amusing book and I’d recommend it to anyone who is looking for a book on aging. The realistic key here is not to go into things thinking you’re going to STOP the aging process, rather think of SLOWING DOWN the aging process. Aging readers may also find Bulletproof Your Shoulder helpful as 54% of people over the age of 60 get a torn rotator cuff.

  2. I have been trying for years to get my husband interested in exercise and eating better. I gave him this book just before he went on a trip and he actually read it. He is now a changed person – he rides his bike regularly and purchased a heart monitor. This weekend he bought a set of weights and starting this week he is going to my personal trainer for three sessions to get a schedule he can follow at home. I saw him the other day rereading sections of the book. Nothing has worked to motivate him until he read this book! Thanks so much to the authors.

  3. My dad gave me this book a few months ago. He gave it to all of his kids. I took and I kinda laughed, thinking, ‘Oh man, why on earth would give me this book…live like you are 50 when you are 80? Yeah, thats gonna be helpful for me now. My dad is in terrific shape and he enjoyed reading the book and I decided to check it out.

    Yes, the book is geared toward the older population but I was able to take A LOT from it and start using it now. Chris Crowley tackles the book from an older man that is using the tools to look and feel younger and to be healthier. Dr. Lodge discusses why if we do certain things, it will dramatically improve our health and in essence, slow down the aging process and make our latter years healthier and more enjoyable. There were several areas of discussion that I found very useful:

    Exercise Now–I am able to continually make excuses about not exercising but they make a great point. Look at exercise as a job that you have to do 6 days a week. Not 3 days a week and not even 5 days a week. You have to do this at least 6 days every week. Its not always easy but it is great advice.

    Stop the aging process–Your body wants to stay as young as it can and it has been recently with fast food, television, cars, etc. that people don’t do things and don’t go out and get exercise or walk around or just staying active. The human body has had to work hard for thousands and thousands of years…it is only the past 100 years where our body is not having to work and our bodies hate that. They want to be moving…they want to get worked out but we often inhibit that need by being lazy.

    Older people–I have seen the differences. My dad is 73 and he is a complete machine.Read more ›

  4. I saw this book in a local bookstore last winter, flipped through it, thought it looked interesting, and came on to Amazon to see what the reviews were saying. They were okay, not great, I had other things to read, so I decided to pass on this one. I ran across it at my local library a month ago, and decided to check it out. I’m glad I did. The book is written in a simple, conversational and very readable style and I learned a few things. Frankly, when I’m plowing through information on diet, nutrition and exercise, I prefer something friendly and easy to read.

    Several reviewers complained that the book is basic, common sense information padded with a lot of “fluff.” Well, sure. Why not? Americans obviously need basic, common sense information. Look at the way books giving inflated promises and ridiculous diet plans tend to fly off the shelves and garner rave reviews … and those are nothing but fluff, nonsense and padding.

    The “fluff” in this book entertained me (for the most part). Some of the manly-man bits about running down gazelles and eating them raw got a little old, but the basic message is one that most Americans need to take to heart: use it, or lose it. I watched both of my grandfathers become senile and old beyond their years. Both of them died in their seventies, miserable, angry and sick, and much of what ailed them could’ve been cured by diet and exercise. Instead, they chose to sit on the couch, watch TV, and complain about everything.

    I’m 39 years old. I’m already noticing that when I pull a muscle or twist a joint, it takes much longer to heal than it did. My body has stopped growing, healing has slowed down, and now it’s up to me to resist the pull of the tide.Read more ›

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