My new book, "ME TARZAN...YOU
TRAIN!" will be out this fall
It proves that we can improve our level of fitness, get stronger, have
be more flexible, have better balance when walking and
standing, sleep better, live longer
and have more CONTROL OF OUR WEIGHT WITHOUT PAIN, without going for the
Pain is our body's safety
signal. It tells us when we are exercising too hard, too long,
If we don't pay attention when the exercise we're doing causes pain, if
don't stop doing the exercise that is causing discomfort, we will
"NO PAIN...NO GAIN," AND "GOING
FOR THE BURN," are myths.
Unless you're an athlete they are harmful, cause injuries and discourage
us from exercising.
This book is about making
exercise fun. It's about exercise for smart people.
It's about healthy, moderate exercise without pain and injury. There are
exercises, nutrition suggestions,
valuable information about living a healthy life, and lots of fun Tarzan
Watch this website for
information on ordering this book.
Or, send me a note that you are interested in pre-ordering an
autographed copy at:
Denny Miller Store
9612 Gavin Stone Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89145
Or print out the order form at my
THIS BOOK IS ABOUT
EXERCISING TO LIVE NOT LIVING TO EXERCISE!
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT THIS BOOK
Miller has been a personal fitness advocate since I met
him as a student athlete at UCLA over 50 years ago.
He has written extensively on the issues of reasonable
exercise programs for the "older generation," of which I
His goal is clearly focused upon developing a population
of adults that thinks about good health practices and
gains enough knowledge to implement them. His focus is
on keeping people moving in order to be able to ENJOY
an active life style. The recent explosion of fitness
centers and diet strategies still does not solve the
problem of obesity
and poor health practices. The concept of utilizing
regular moderate levels of strength, endurance and
as a key to supporting an active life style has been
proven for eons of time. Denny is telling us to get out
there and perform
at a level of comfort compatible with the development of
a personal program that will work for us.
Denny uses his sense of humor for emphasis. More power
to you Tarzan.
Glen H Egstrom Ph.D, FACSM
Department of Physiological Sciences
University of California, Los Angles
the burn? No pain, no gain? Oh, what a pleasure to hear
someone refute those old edicts!
Thank heavens! Finally Denny Miller, who is intelligent
and knows what he is talking about
has written a book for the betterment of our physical
health!! Thank you Denny for sharing your gifts.
Actress and former Miss America
This book offers
tremendous opportunity for all of us to improve our
level of fitness. Denny Miller
has created a blueprint for fitness and good health. It
is easy to read and will reward anyone
who follows the principles in the book. Make sure you
take the time to read this book if you
want to improve the quality of your life.
Dr. Gary Cunningham
Former Head Basketball coach at UCLA
President of the United States International Sports
Federation for the past 16 years.
In "ME TARZAN...YOU TRAIN", Denny Miller has written a
very useful and enjoyable book.
We can all keep our bodies healthy and fit. This is a
practical guide for health and fitness
for any age group without the purchase of expensive
equipment. It is based on good
science, but at the same time, it is fun and enjoyable
to read and follow. I highly
recommend it to you. Buy it and FOLLOW it.
Dr. Tony A.
National Recreation Foundation
Dean Emertius- School of Physical Education and
demonstrates in this fitness guide with a wealth of
exercises, informational nuggets and motivational
factoids, you don't have
to swing from a jungle vine to stay in shape for years
after the ol' loincloth
has been retired.
Neil Pond, VP/Editor in Chief
American Profile Magazine
Listen real carefully and you will start on the road to
a healthy life. However,
you must decide if you will do all you can do to be the
best you can be. Don't
let yourself settle for less.
Rafer Johnson, Olympic Gold Medalist
As a long time
fitness advocate and fan of both Tarzan and Denny
I was delighted to read this book. Denny has dedicated
much of his life
to entertaining people and now he is devoting his energy
to helping us all stay
healthy and happy. His book offers a common sense
approach to fitness
and provides great information on how to work out as the
to add up. This book is not only extremely valuable but
it is fun to read!
author 22 books
Retired Newspaper Editor
Member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame
characteristic good humor, Mr. Miller pricks the heart
reader with a call to action as they turn the pages of
this book. He
clearly understands what a serious threat the current
consumption of food and physical inactivity present to
the public and
how such patterns of behavior will lead to poor health
and disease. Mr.
Miller's wealth of experience and training provide
credibility to the advice
contained in this book. If Americans are to over come
cultural laziness and self-indulgence, they need to heed
his rich council.
Scott M. Boyer,
College of Fine Arts and Communications
Brigham Young University
I Find Your book
"ME Tarzan...You Train!" inspirational. Through your
commitment to fitness and health, you have the
credibility of Jack LaLane.
The information you give is not philosophical or
hypothetical. It is proven by
you to work. You inspire through your example even more
than the things
you write but they are both backed up by a committed
life. As a young
Tarzan represents morality and rightness in the jungle,
the older Tarzan
represents common sense for life. Thanks for creating
this amazing work.
It will help millions.
UCLA, NBA, ABA
teaches a sensible regimen for healthy living in these
and he lives what he teaches. The helpful hints in this
book are authentic,
based on the author's personal experience. They are
designed to help you
enjoy your life. I heartily recommend it.
George T. McWhortor, Curator
Burroughs Memorial Collection
University of Louisville Library
A run or walk a day
keeps the health providers away!
Paul S. Schwartz, MD retired, Cardiologist
Former Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation, U Mass
Memorial Medical School
being Tarzan at 78, and keep up the great work. We need
for another 3 decades!
Walter Willett, M.D.
Harvard School of Public Health