Physical fitness is good bodily health, and is the result of regular exercise, proper diet and nutrition, and proper rest for physical recovery. Of course, we’ve got audiobooks covering all of these areas to get Dad working on his fitness!
For good bodily health, try, You: The Owner’s Manual CD by Michael Roizen, and Mehmet C. Oz. Dr. Oz is a frequent guest on the Oprah show, who often talks about medical issues and fields questions from the audience.
To motivate Dad to start a regular exercise routine, check out Fit To Lead, by Christopher Peck. It will get Dad started on an executive fitness plan using the best knowledge available to help busy leaders to achieve not only the health benefits, but also a more effective performance on the job.
Think Dad needs to eat better? Try Animal, Vegetable, Miracle, by Barbara Kingsolver, a novel chronicling her family’s move to a farm in Appalachia to realign their lives with the local food chain.
Finally, Deepak Chopra’s The New Physics of Healing challenges the traditional view of the human body, and asks you to consider new possibilities about what sustains and influences our physical health.