Fitness for Busy Professionals – New Book by Certified Elite Fitness Trainer and Bodybuilding Coach Maxwell Alexander
How do you fit exercise into your busy schedule? That’s as absurd as saying there are eight days in a week!
You’ve never exercised before or engaged in a sport before; secondly, you’ve never been into the fitness world and have little time for such pursuits; and thirdly, you’re too busy to even think about exercising.
In other words, it’s just not your thing.
You have heard your friends raving about the latest fitness craze, but you’ve seen it too often: some are on and off the treadmill, and you wonder why they haven’t shed the fat they’re desperately trying to hide.
Seeing what your friends go through and not seeing any results, you cling to the notion that your complete lack of interest is justified.
You’re not in the slightest bit inclined to perform these circus-like contortions or do those mindless freestyle strokes in the water. You already have a busy schedule juggling work, family and career. You exercise by combining husband, children, and work.
That’s right, we’ve got a problem.
It’s like a seething volcano that’s about to erupt. Unless you are prepared to accept that the “fat to trim” concept is just a myth and a figment of the imagination of a few weirdos, your health could be headed for “eruption mode” soon, like a restless volcano.
Have you looked at your body recently? What is the state of your physical health?
In order to properly fit exercise into your busy schedule, we might want to familiarize ourselves first with the aspects of self-assessment and then with the disease-prevention aspect of exercise.
We can talk about some ways that you can fit exercise into your roller-coaster existence once you’ve accepted the fact that your body requires overhaul and exercising is good for your health.
This ebook in your hands right now (or on your screen!) is your KEY to fitting exercise into your busy schedule. Rest assured, this ebook assumes that you’re a busy person with a life to live; and that’s why it has tips that are designed especially for people like you!
To keep things organized and simple, this ebook is divided into four sections:
Section 1: Examining physical damage and recognizing the value of exercise
Section 2: No matter how busy you are, there are ways to exercise
Section 3: Are you a busy traveler? Exercise can be incorporated into your trip
Section 4: Exercise Aids On The Go
You can read them in order, or if you prefer, focus on the section that is most relevant to you at the moment.
Regardless of how you read this book, you can be confident of one thing: once you incorporate the advice within these pages, your busy life will include something new and important: exercise!
About Coach Maxwell Alexander: Entrepreneur, Real Estate Investor & Developer, Visual Artist, Designer, Creative Director, and World-Class Brand Strategist, Maxwell has elevated creative, design, and cultural value for hundreds of brands all around the world, ranging from technology startups, wellness & fitness brands, to Fortune 500 companies and globally renown non-profit organizations and government agencies during his corporate career in New York City.
Born and raised in Siberia (Russia, not FL), Maxwell has always been fascinated by the cosmic intelligence of the natural world. Today he is a Fitness Influencer with MA(FIT) in Experiential Design, and BFA(SVA) in Graphic Design, Certified Elite Fitness Trainer, Certified Bodybuilding Coach, Certified Sports Nutrition Specialist, and Fitness Photographer with extensive research and training in Mechanical Engineering, Fine Art, Theory of Design, Theory of Visual Perception, Psychology, and Graduate Experiential Design. The fascinating academic journey combined with a decade-long career working at the World’s largest organization for the advancement of technology led to a fascinating next-level approach to bodybuilding and general fitness and Maxwell is thrilled about sharing with readers all around the Globe.