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Sweat Equity: Peak Performance for the Leaders of Today and Tomorrow

Peak Performance for the Leaders of Today and Tomorrow

About The Book

The go-to health and fitness guide for time-poor leaders in business and beyond by Australian expert Greg Stark.

You work 60-hour weeks, you’re the best in your field, and you chase success daily. But are you looking after the very assets – your health and fitness – that will ensure you keep hitting your targets?

Greg Stark focuses on the four pillars of performance – mindset, movement, nutrition and recovery – to show you how to challenge and nurture your body to reach peak proficiency at work. Through small, focused investments you can boost your energy levels, be pain free, build your confidence, increase your resilience, improve your productivity and ultimately do more of the things you love.

With methods backed by science and research, Sweat Equity is also packed with the testimonials and case studies of lawyers, accountants, bankers, company directors and entrepreneurs, along with insights from elite athletes such as Phil Kearns, Mark Bosnich, Wendell Sailor and Nathan Charles.

‘provides the framework to become your own personal health coach and achieve your personal best.’
Phil Kearns, former Wallabies captain and CEO of InteRisk

About The Author

Photograph by Greg Stark

Greg Stark is the go-to trainer for stressed out corporate executives who are high flying and time poor, and the founder of Better Being. He is a regular force in the media across Sky Business, Men’s Health, and CEO Magazine. With a university degree in exercise science and over twenty years in the fitness industry, Greg’s knowledge and experience is leading the way. Greg enjoys a national profile through his media partners and ambassadorships for lululemon athletica and TomTom Sports. He has worked with some of the country’s leading sports teams and sporting identities, as well as some of our best known celebrities. Visit

Product Details

  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Australia (February 1, 2017)
  • Length: 240 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781925533095

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