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Media: Contact Quarterlife Crisis™ book series author and twentysomething expert Alexandra Robbins.
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Want the real scoop on twentysomethings and the Quarterlife Crisis™? These books, written by New York Times bestselling author Alexandra Robbins, tell you everything you want to know. The book Quarterlife Crisis introduced the problems twentysomethings face; the sequel Conquering Your Quarterlife Crisis solves them.
Alexandra Robbins regularly appears on national television, including programs such as 60 Minutes, The Today Show, Oprah, and The View, has delivered commentary about her generation for NPR, and has written for several publications, including Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, Atlantic Monthly, Cosmopolitan, and The Washington Post.
Did you know at least one out of three of us is going to try a diet / supplement, start an exercise or fitness program and have gone to the gym in an effort to start a bodybuilding or weight loss workout routine. Most of the people that are in the Quarterlife Crisis zone will quit that fad diet, fitness / bodybuilding / weight loss workout program. There are some interesting statistics from health gym franchise owners about the amount of people interested in their health, bodybuilding supplements, losing weight or building muscle through an increased fitness level or an attempt at bodybuilding and the correlation between those people and the drop off / attendance rate over their membership period. It really does show us that most of us are not dedicated enough to stick to that gym or health workout / exercise routine. Even more interesting information is coming out from supplement store owners about the amount of people that join a gym, start a health program and will buy a protein / whey powder or health supplement. In particular when attempting to achieve a health goal, most people look to supplements or other ways that they can achieve those health goals quicker. For more information about the interesting statistical facts and estimated people that look to health and fitness when reaching that age of 20 + see the results.