From the author of the international bestselling The Fast Diet: The simple secret of High Intensity Training: how just 3 minutes a week can help you feel great and live longer.
Exercise is good for just about everything - you stay fitter, younger, stronger. But how should you exercise? And how much?
In this book, Michael Mosley and Peta Bee present the truth about exercise, based on cutting-edge research from the leading sports science team at Loughborough University and other studies from around the world which show that short bouts of high intensity training can be significantly more effective than prolonged periods of low-impact exercise.
It is now known that everyone responds differently to exercise. Depending on our DNA, we range from 'super-responders' (viz Olympic athletes) to 'non-responders' (ever felt that you will never get really fit, however much you try?)
In Fast Exercise, Dr Mosley (technically a 'non-responder') teams up with health journalist Peta Bee (a 'super-responder') to explain how to improve the way you exercise - whatever your fitness level. They offer practical, user-friendly advice to help you get better results in shorter time, and present a range of short workouts, so there is something which works for everyone.
About the Author
Michael Mosley trained to be a doctor at the Royal Free Hospital in London, before joining the BBC, where he has been a science journalist, executive producer and, more recently, a well known television presenter. He has won numerous television awards, including an RTS (Royal Television Award) and being named Medical Journalist of the Year by the British Medical Association. He is married to a doctor and has four children.
Peta Bee is an award winning journalist who writes regularly for The Times, Daily Mail and Sunday Times. She has degrees in sports science and nutrition and is a qualified running coach. Peta won the Medical Journalists' Associations freelance of the Year in 2008 and 2012 and appears regularly on television and radio. Peta has published several books on health and fitness and lives with her family in Berkshire.
"A health revolution" The New York Times