It might be October but it’s never too late to start walking towards dreams that you aim to aspire. A healthy toned body is not far away.
Fitness is not just losing weight or building muscles through a new workout session, it’s way deeper than that. It’s a holistic combination of an enhanced diet, a balanced mindset and more exercises. For most people, achieving fitness is quite a difficult and daunting task. Where to start from? How to start? Is it too late to start? How do I eat better? How do I optimize my workout?

To know how you could exactly take your fitness regime to the next level, check out the topmost 4 health and fitness books:


1. The New Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding :


Get home the bible of bodybuilding and ace your workout sessions like never before! Updated and revised by Arnold Schwarzenegger, this book is one of the best fitness books ever. It contains everything that you need to know about building muscles and lifting weights from nutrition to basic bodybuilding exercises.


2. Body by Science :


This book claims that you can get the body you’ve always wanted, provided you invest the right efforts. ‘Body by Science’ by Doug McGuff and John Little is a research based program for strength training, body building and complete fitness in 12 minutes a week!


3. Live Young Forever :


“Live Young Forever’: 12 steps to optimum health, fitness and longevity by Jack Lalanne is a book that includes everything you need to know to live a healthy life. Motivation, good habits, good hygiene, clean eating, posture, relationships, and working out, etc- this book has it all!


4. Bigger Leaner Stronger :


This book by Mike Matthews is said to be the ‘Simple Science of building the Ultimate Male Body’. Matthew believes in no steroid approach towards building muscles or a lean body. Instead he believes in long term sustainable progression.
‘Bigger Leaner Stronger’ includes ways of attaining peak fitness through means of setting goals, nutrition, exercise intensity, discipline and most importantly, consistency.


Working to be fit or improving your fitness is no more a big deal. Thanks to the above books!

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