Younger Next Year for Women

  • by Chris Crowley, Henry S. Lodge
  • Narrated by Norman Dietz, Richard Harries
  • 14 hrs and 23 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

With the New York Times best-selling Younger Next Year, coauthors Crowley and Lodge showed countless men how to change their lives to achieve peak fitness and live longer, healthier, happier lives. Now they are back with an equally insightful, important, and, at times, downright hilarious version for women.


What the Critics Say

"Dietz/Crowley is charismatic, and his stories will leave you alternately laughing and crying. Harries/Lodge will leave you thoughtful. This audiobook will make you get out of the car and walk or bike with your portable [audio] player." (AudioFile)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Outstanding Guide for Life

This book helps you learn about exercise, fitness, diet, and whole body improvement. It is motivating and interesting. The combination of medical reasoning/logic and real life stories lends credibility to the information contained in it. I have listened to this entire book twice and I am sure I will listen to it many more times. Anytime I start to loose motivation to keep exercising or to start eating "crap" as it is so eloquently described in this book, I replay the book during my commute for the week and I am re-energized to stay on my exercise and diet routine. The narrators for this book are fantastic! I am glad the authors decided to have two narrators making it very easy to know when the text was coming from Chris, the antidotal retired lawyer, or Henry, the medical doctor. The Darwinian references are something you will need to take with the filter by which you view your religious beliefs. Don't pass this book up because of the evolution aspect - the other content is worth every penny the book costs and then some! I look and feel 10 years younger than I did last year.
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- Angie

good information muddied up by narration

The doctor is good, and his information is very interesting. He could be a little more animated in his narration, but it is science. The other guy is ridiculous and condenscending. He knows nothing about women. Should have gotten somebody a woman could relate to if you wanted color commentary. I kept forwarding past him to the docs parts. He added absolutely zero - nothing to the book.
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- MJ

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-25-2007
  • Publisher: Recorded Books