Neurosurgeon's Learning Meets Bodybuilder's Training In Dr. Brett Osborn's New Book
West Palm Beach, FL
Dr. Brett Osborn, author of "Get Serious, A Neurosurgeon's Guide to Optimal Health and Fitness," says good habits equate to longevity, including disease prevention through bodybuilding.
"Exercise, specifically strength training, and proper nutrition not only serve as discrete treatment modalities for various diseases, but also protect you from disease," says Osborn, an avid bodybuilder who advocates for disease prevention through bodybuilding.
"Our ability to fight off disease - including aging - resides in our muscles. The greatest thing you can do for your body, for men and women at any age, is to build muscle."
"Get Serious" cuts through all the confusing and contradictory information readers may have come across regarding health and fitness. Dr. Osborn, a board-certified neurosurgeon with a secondary certification in anti-aging and regenerative medicine, cuts through the nonsense with a logical approach. He combines 30-plus years of training experience with his medical knowledge to give you an easy-to-read, science-based guide to health and longevity.
"This is a straightforward regimen that will help you build strength while enhancing your body's ability to burn fat without the fancy overpriced gadgets often touted by fitness 'experts,'" he says. "Stop wasting your time and money on such quick-fixes. They don't exist. There are no shortcuts. There are no entitlements."
The book contains dedicated chapters on nutrition, supplements, smart drugs and strength training. And, Dr. Osborn's time-tested, comprehensive training protocol is included as an appendix - a handy tool for disease prevention through bodybuilding.