Giveaway – Get Strong, Get Fit, Get Happy: A Life Manual For 40+ by Stuart Roberts

Today I’m sharing with you a giveaway of a really useful book –  Get Strong, Get Fit, Get Happy by Stuart Roberts. It’s a perfect gift for Father’s Day on the 21st June. Before we get to the giveaway, here is a little information about the book.

Get Strong, Get Fit, Get Happy will give you the knowledge, confidence and inspiration to reach and maintain a level of health and fitness – for the rest of your life – that many would consider unattainable.

 Get Strong, Get Fit, Get Happy

Book Description

Together with Personal Trainer and Naturopathic Nutritionist, Stuart Roberts, you’ll consider how pre-conceived ideas and commonly-held perceptions about ageing and health can unwittingly convince us to expect significantly declining health and physical fitness as we get older. If you’re approaching a milestone birthday and want to be the exception to the ageing rule, this manual, designed to support men and women aged 40-plus, would be a great way to celebrate the rest of your life!

Stu doing press ups on the pebble beach

Throughout the book there are simple tips and suggestions to implement changes easily to get you started and move you forward, but this is not a “quick fix.” Instead, you’ll be gently guided through incremental changes and investments in your health that you can adopt over the long term, so that you benefit throughout your life. You will be amazed at how quickly your body responds and your health improves. 

Get Strong, Get Fit, Get Happy is a practical tool kit, so you can make informed choices about what feels right for you, whether you’re looking to work on your fitness, eat more healthily or improve the way your body digests and absorbs the foods you eat. And faced with the challenges of making changes and the demands of 21st-century living, the last two chapters, written by Stuart’s wife, Sue Roberts, focus on stress and keeping motivated.

About the author

Growing up watching loved ones at the mercy of debilitating illnesses, Stuart became passionate about transforming people’s health, helping them attain boundless energy and maintain their fitness whatever their age.

Being a Fire Fighter for thirty years Stuart was lucky to have a job that required him to keep physically fit. Early on his career he qualified as a Fire Service Physical Training Instructor and did this for twenty-five years, until he retired early. Stuart studied at the highly respected Institute for Optimum Nutrition in London for three years, before qualifying as a naturopathic nutritionist in 2003 – after a further three years of study – at Plaskett College.

Stu and Su on the beach

 His methods are based on the importance of making changes that are easy to implement, sustainable over the longer term and that fit into busy lives without denying people the pleasure of their favourite foods.

In 2004, Stuart built on his experience supporting Fire Fighters with their fitness and qualified as a Coach and Instructor in a completely new and revolutionary exercise program developed for athletes which could be adapted and used by anyone. He learned from mentors who changed what he thought was possible with respect to health and fitness at middle age and beyond. Stuart lives in Kent, England with his wife.

Book Details and Where To Buy

Title: Get Strong, Get Fit, Get Happy: A Life Manual For 40+

Author: Stuart Roberts

Genre: Health & Fitness, Self-Help, Motivational

Publisher: Hashtag Press

Publication: January 23 2020

Availability: Paperback & eBook

ISBN: 9781916161740

Price: £12.99



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The giveaway ends 23:59 8th June 2020

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64 thoughts on “Giveaway – Get Strong, Get Fit, Get Happy: A Life Manual For 40+ by Stuart Roberts

  1. My fitness isn’t too bad at the moment but I would love to concentrate on getting stronger.

  2. Sounds like a great manual for keeping motivated and healthy as age creeps up on you, count me in please I really need this book!!

  3. I am healthier on Lockdown because I am not getting other peoples germs when out shopping or public transport.

  4. Having just hit 60 this would be a perfect book for me. I really don’t want to decline in the years ahead but get fitter and stronger.

    1. I’m 60 + but would love to try and improve my health as I suffer from GAD and need to strengthen anyway I can

  5. I need this in my life, every morning I wake up and say to myself that Im going to be motivated today and every afternoon I have failed. Would love a motivational read,

  6. This looks like an interesting and useful read. I could use some practical tips to help me make lifestyle changes

  7. Fab giveaway. I’ve got 4 years to go till I’m 40, but this would be perfect for my partner.

  8. I would love to give this a read. I really need to get in control of my health, having been diagnosed with pre-diabetes as well as being investigated for other issues. I am seeing this as an opportunity for change rather than being upset that I have pre-diabetes. I have a real chance to reverse things before they get any worse. This book would really be helpful.

  9. I need to lose a little weight and get my body fat converted to muscle so I can possibly improve the pain in my knees xx

  10. This sounds like a very interesting read. I could definitely use the motivation at the moment x

  11. I’d love yo have this as I turned 40 last year and I’m yet to find where this “life begins at 40” comes from! A very interesting review, Thank you.

    1. I’d love this, making a conscious effort to get healthy before 40 (6 months! But this year doesnt count anyway does it!!!)

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