Win at Aging: How to Stay Fit, Free, and Love Your Retirement!
By Sharkie Zartman
Here comes the test of your life. You can do nothing and watch yourself just completely fall apart as each year passes or you can join Sharkie Zartmanin her winning approach to aging.
Quick read that could change the rest of your life for the better. Give it a try.
—Don Hurzeler, Former CEO of Zurich Middle Markets;
professional photographer, Author of The Way Up,
Designated for Success, and Smells Like Retirement.
With more people than ever being home and seeking out ways to motivate and enjoy life at this time, Sharkie Zartman has written a fun, inspirational, and energetic guide that will educate your audience, no matter their age (Author’s Place Press, on-sale: September 15, 2020; $19.95/Paperback). Sharkie’s energy will inspire and wow your audience with a mindset that invites them to see aging as an opportunity and a privilege, as well as a challenge! With her years of earned experience as both a health and fitness professor, as well as a high-level athlete, Sharkie will guide your audience to start now and have a sporting chance at living a full, and vibrant life regardless of age! Sharkie can speak on a variety of topics including:
· HolisticTraining Principles for Empowered Aging
· Training during the COVID19 Pandemic
· The Power ofNutrition
· Building Your Successful Aging Team
· TheAthletic Mindset; How To Beat Aging
· Take Good Care of Your Brain
· Your UltimateGame Plan
· The AgelessAthlete
· RealizingExercise Is No Longer Optional
· How to Stay inthe Game Until the End
· The Power ofRAP (Resilience, Authenticity, and Purpose)
Sharkie Zartman has written a must-read book for all of us aging athletes who refuse to give in and want to meet head-on the challenges of growing older.
As a former collegiate and professional athlete and now an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist, I address these issues every day not only with my own body but also those of my patients. Sharkie is right on with her approach to aging as a sport and tackles it with a proactive approach that will leave you grinning from ear to ear with each page of this great read. I urge all
to read it and learn that winning the game of aging can be done with determination, strategy, and grace.”
—BillStetson, MD Stetson Powell Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine AssociateClinical Professor, University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine, Team Orthopaedic Surgeon, USA Men’s and Women’s USA Volleyball Team
As a former, All American volleyball player who competed for UCLA, and was also a member of the USA National Team in l974, Sharkie Zartman brings her experience as a former athlete and award-winning coach to the pages of the this thought-provoking book. Sharkie Zartman learned from sports and these valuable lessons and skills can easily be applied to the challenges of Aging. As a professor in the areas of health and fitness, she also brings her academic experience to this important subject. This is a book for Baby Boomers as they develop their life plans regarding Health and Wellness.
—Rick Bava Author of “In Search of the Baby Boomer Generation”
Win atAging brings real advice, real understanding, real purpose to a very real challenge: aging. Sharkie Zartman has a talent for teaching while keeping you interested. If you wish to grow old with pep in your step, I strongly suggest you read this book.
—LynetteLouise “The Brain Broad” Internationally renowned neurotherapist, author, speaker, producer, host and proud mother to eight miraculous children.
Highly readable, motivating, encouraging, and helping the reader to accept themselves and move forward to greater health and enjoyment.
—Brian Weather don, certified financial planner, a retirement coach and author of “A Lifetime of Wealth.”
Sharkie nails it in this amazing book on the aging process. Getting older doesn’t have to be a bad thing, and this book proves just that!
—Cornell Thomas, author, “The Power of Positivity” and “The Power Of Me”
Sharkie Zartman’s new book appeals to me because I’m right in line with her thinking. At age 60, I reunited our rock ’n roll band “The Invictas.”During the 60’s we had thousands of fans due to our record and dance called“The Hump.” Since reuniting in 2005, we’ve been featured on NBC’s Today Show, in USA Today, played with The Beach Boys and we’re rocking thousands of boomers with our high energy classic rock show. None of us on stage are young guys, we’re all 60 plus. As Sharkie says in her book, Win at Aging, we are all aging and every part of our body
and mind is vulnerable to aging. I believe her book will help inspire millions of us who refuse to go down without a fight. At age 72, I run around on stage like a kid, my job is not
only to entertain, I want to inspire others to follow their dreams and live life to the fullest. I am with you 100%and her book that will inspire me to continue doing what I’m doing because “I refuse to grow up.”We call our concept“Rock Till Ya Drop.”And I’m going to keep Sharkie’s book close to me at all times.
Aging is a challenge. Treating it like a sport is both brilliant and inspiring. Sharkie hits a home run with Win at Aging.
Exercise, smart eating, and wellness, both physical and mental IS the best plan. Lets get in the game!
—Dr.Robert A Weil, Sports Podiatrist and Host of the Sports Doctor Radio Show
Sharkie Zartman has written an empowering book about aging based on an athlete‘s experience, knowledge, and insight. She combines sound information, humor, understanding, and personal insights that make the book a pleasure to read. I would recommend this as a “must-read” for anyone who wants to age successfully.
—HelenDennis, co-author of Los Angeles Times bestseller Project Renewment, Columnist, Author and Lecturer
Here comes the test of your life. You can do nothing and watch yourself just completely fall apart as each year passes or you can join Sharkie Zartmanin her winning approach to aging. A quick read that could change the rest of your life for the better. Give it a try.
—Don Hurzeler, Former CEO of Zurich Middle Markets; ProfessionalPhotographer, Author of The Way Up, Designated for Success, and Smells LikeRetirement.
Sharkie Zartman is a professor of health and fitness. She teaches classes in health and power yoga at ElCamino College. She is also the host of Sharkie’s PEP Talk on Healthy Life Radio and a Holistic HealthCoach. She is the author of nine books. Her best selling YouthVolleyball book was ranked as a number one bestseller on Amazon for youth sports, “Shark Sense”,is a fun empowerment book that has 5 five star reviews on Amazon and compares human goal searching behaviors to sharks. “So You Think You Can Coach Kids?” is a great resource for anyone who is coaching youth sports or just getting started, while#HeySportsParents gives parents an insightful guide to be a success with your child who plays sports.