Introduction. PART I: Getting Started. Chapter 1: So, You Want to Get Fit. Chapter 2: Oh, My Aching Bones: What Happens When the Body Ages. Chapter 3: Finding Out How Fit You Are Now. Chapter 4: The Lifetime Benefits of Being Physically Fit. Chapter 5: Eating for Fitness and Health. PART II: Exploring Your Options. Chapter 6: The Big Three: Aerobic, Anaerobic, and Stretching Exercises. Chapter 7: The Skinny on Exercise Machines. Chapter 8: Exploring the Gym Jungle. Chapter 9: Staying Fit at Work. Chapter 10: Home Sweet Gym: Buying Exercise Equipment. PART III: Exercising for Life. Chapter 11: First Things First: Getting a Good Night's Sleep. Chapter 12: Gearing Up: Exercise Clothing. Chapter 13: Finding Shoes for a Foot Over 40. Chapter 14: Getting Ready to Work Out: Warm-up Exercises. Chapter 15: Stretching: The Overlooked Foundation of Fitness. Chapter 16: Working Your Upper Body. Chapter 17: Working Your Legs and Lower Torso. Chapter 18: Oh, the Pain: Avoiding Injuries. Chapter 19: Keeping Your Cool: Drinking Fluids and Slowing Down. PART IV: Expanding Your Repertoire. Chapter 20: How Your Favorite Sports and Activities Fit into Your Fitness Program. Chapter 21: Not Talking 'bout My Generation: New Fitness Activities. Chapter 22: Unique Ways to Work Out. Chapter 23: Massage: A Healthy Indulgence. PART V: The Part of Tens. Chapter 24: Ten Great Things That Exercise Can Do for You. Chapter 25: Ten Great Quotes about Exercise. Chapter 26: Ten Extreme -- and Not-So-Extreme -- Sports to Try. Chapter 27: Ten Popular Magazines -- and Some Great Web Sites, Too. Chapter 28: Ten Great Motivating Movies. Index. Book Registration Information.
Betsy Nagelsen McCormack has won three U.S. Open Women's Masters Doubles titles as well as the Wimbledon 35 and Over Ladies' Invitation Doubles crown. Mike Yorkey is a veteran writer and editor.