Scott Douglas is senior content editor for Runner's World and the author or co-author of seven other books, including The Little Red Book of Running and the New York Times best seller Meb for Mortals. He has written for Slate, The Atlantic and the Washington Post, among others. Scott lives in South Portland, Maine.
"Douglas, a contributing editor for Runner's World, goes back to basics with this compendium of simple steps to improve one's health and fitness." -Publisher's Weekly "Douglas delivers 'simple tips and tactics' for complete health, encouraging readers to 'embrace simple, small incremental changes.'" -Booklist "As much as anything, the book is an opportunity to reflect on the myriad health choices you make every day and consider whether there might be better ways or simple changes you could make." - Runner's World