When Working Out Isn't Working Out: A Mind/Body Guide to Conquering Unidentified Fitness Obstacles (Paperback)
Uncommon guidance for those who fall short of their diet and exercise goals
Although there's no shortage of books that offer advice about getting in shape, there are none that address the real hidden blocks that will often prevent your success. "When Working Out Isn't Working Out "is a cutting-edge fitness guide, geared to supply the clues you need to reveal and move past UFOs (Unidentified Fitness Obstacles). By providing a wealth of little-known facts and self-diagnostic tests, this book helps you find the missing links in your quest to be optimally fit, including:
-How family and cultural influences can affect how you view getting fit
-How food and chemical allergies limit your energy, weight loss, and strength
-How common disorders (SAD, ADD, depression) can often be UFOs
-How you emotional history can be a barrier to improved health
-How diet and exercise fallacies can help you from reaching your goals. . .
. . .And much, much more
About the Author
Michael Gerrish, M.S., is an exercise physiologist, a personal fitness trainer, and counseling psychotherapist. Formerly a conditioning consultant for the Boston Red Sox and Boston Bruins, he lives in Massachusetts.
"The thinking person's workout-good, all-around therapy for the fitness challenged." --Joan Duncan Oliver, editor of New Age magazine
"You'll be hard-pressed to find a more diligent and talented individual in his field." --Mike Milbury, head coach of the New York Islanders
'Michael Gerrish is extraordinarily equipped and fit for the vital tasks of beefing up our physical and metaphysical fitness, mental health, and spiritual well-being. This book will make an authentic contribution to the field of mind/body fitness." --Lama Surya Das, author of Awakening the Buddha Within
"You'll be hard pressed to find a more diligent and talented individual in his field...Mike has been of invaluable assistance. He's been able to answer all of my questions, both as a player and as a coach."--Mike Milbury, Head Coach, New York Islanders