Wellness Expert Sharkie Zartman Shares Tips for Gutsy Aging
Along with 12 experts, Zartman has written a valuable guide for successful aging in a culture that values youth
Hermosa Beach, Calif. — If we are lucky, we have the opportunity to grow older. But growing older with gusto is not a matter of luck; it must be done intentionally by following the best information available on such things as brain health, nutrition, retaining body muscle, keeping joints in good repair and our relationships on solid footing. Empowered Aging: Expert Advice on Staying Healthy, Vital and Active (Spoilers Press-2018), is positioned to be the go-to guide for people 40 and up who want to keep their bodies and spirits humming as long as possible.
The brainchild of wellness expert, coach, and athlete Sharkie Zartman, Empowered Aging, is a compilation of the best advice from a variety of leading experts. Among them are orthopedic surgeon William Stetson, who writes about advice for aging joints; Dr. Thomas Storer, a chief exercise physiologist who offers advice for taking care of one’s muscles; and Mylaine Riobe, MD, who explains why integrative medicine is the missing link to successful aging.
As a professor, Sharkie has taught or coached more than 40,000 students and athletes in the areas of health, fitness and sports and she says working with this high caliber group of authors on the book was as satisfying as winning any championship.
The host of the weekly radio program “Sharkie’s Pep Talk” on Healthy Life.Net Radio can answer such questions as:
- What are the top ten perks of aging?
- What is the five-point positivity plan for living life to the fullest?
- Are there relationship rules for the second half of life?
- The psychosocial secrets of empowered aging
- Why we need to reframe aging and retirement
Praise for Empowered Aging
Empowered Aging is a positive guide that will inspire readers to take charge of their health and life to age well. Each of the 12 trustworthy authors complement Sharkie’s passion for seniors to embrace a new vision for healthy aging.”— Allen H. Peters, M.D., Medical Director,
Nourishing Wellness Medical Center, Redondo Beach, Calif.
CREDENTIALS: Sharkie Zartman holds degrees in kinesiology and instructional technology and is a professor of health and fitness. She is a former volleyball athlete at UCLA where her jersey was retired and also a member of the US Women’s National Volleyball Team. Sharkie is a certified health coach with the official sanction of the New York State Education Department and the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, a radio host, and also a dynamic speaker who is passionate about inspiring people to live their best life at any age. Empowered Aging is her ninth book. Other recent titles include Have Fun Getting Fit and Take on Aging as a Sport.
Availability: California, nationwide by arrangement, and via telephone
Contact: Sharkie Zartman, (310) 379-1869 or (310) 415-0190;