Chester, MD (PRWEB) January 29, 2009
From wellness expert Tom Fox comes a new resource that presents readers with an approach for de-programming the bad nutritional and fitness habits that lead to high stress levels and a poor health profile. Instead, Fox advocates that individuals create their own sustainable program that is personalized to their lifestyle, whether they are frequent business travelers, balancing family obligations or in other situations where time is always in short supply. The System for Health & Weight Loss (ISBN 978-0-5954-7999-3, paper, 176 pages, $ 15.95) was released by iUniverse and is available at http://www.thomasafox.com.
Knowing that most people who lose weight via dieting gain it back shortly thereafter, Fox researched the topic and put the results together with the information gleaned from his fitness consulting engagements for professional athletes and business executives. He concluded that individuals are unique, so one-size-fits-all dieting simply can't work and a better solution is to combine a customized diet with fitness and stress management programs.
"As a rookie for the Washington Capitals hockey team, I developed positive habits from Tom Fox that continue to serve me well," says Jeff Halpern, a veteran of several National Hockey League teams. "You don't have to be a professional athlete to benefit from the insights in this book by maximizing your time and improving your health."
In the volume Fox discusses practical tips for creating unique diets, exercises and other stress-reduction techniques that can be done even by the most time-challenged individuals. A motivating work, The System offers counsel on diet supplements, popular diets, and the dangers of cancer and heart disease that are associated with poorly chosen foods and lifestyles. Individuals will find the book beneficial for their health and energy levels, and it will speak to organizations that will see the potential benefits from greater employee productivity, less absenteeism, and lower insurance costs.
Fox will present his approach for a personalized system on the following dates:
January 26, 2009 at 7:30 pm at the Island Athletic Club, 448 Kent Narrows Way North Grasonville, MD January 27, 2009, 7:30 pm at the Woodward Building, 733 15th Street, NW Wash. D.C. To get a review copy or speak with Fox, please contact Chris Ourand, (410) 793-5271.
About the Author
After nearly 30 years of helping professional athletes and business executives obtain their maximum potential, Tom Fox knows the myths and misconceptions in the marketplace that need to be avoided in order to sustain healthy living. A professor at Chesapeake College who holds a master's degree in exercise physiology, he helps individuals de-program their bad habits and adopt customized programs for nutrition, fitness and stress reduction that suit their lifestyle.