You get up in the morning with the shades yanked down, after having collapsed under the covers at some indeterminate time past midnight (which followed hours in front of a computer). Luckily, you'd set the coffee maker on a timer, so a quart of strong joe waits on the kitchen counter. Twelve ounces of that washes down a toasted bagel smeared with extra margarine and jelly, as you're out the door on the way to a 45-minute car or train commute. It's just the beginning of a marathon bout of sitting.
Now, in Fitness for Geek: Real Science, Great Nutrition, and Good Health, Bruce Perry explains what cubicle dwellers, home office addicts, and the rest of us tech junkies can do to reverse "chair living," get moving, and eat right. Indeed, Perry doesn't flinch from offering technical or scientific information in Fitness for Geeks. And...
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