Singaporean workers hardly have time to exercise and observe a healthy diet. Work and family life robs them of their health and fitness. However, this need not be so. This self-help book is aimed at improving the quality of life through simple, achievable, and realistic means. Reverse the process of widening waistline and shortening breath with this book without signing up for expensive classes, fitness clubs, or equipment. Instead, learn to incorporate simple exercises, a healthy diet, and necessary rest into your daily routine so that it is sustainable. This book uses a four-pillar concept of value system, motivation, knowledge, and action, and through the unique Dress Up approach, health learning will be holistic, covering social and mental components, above and beyond just exercise and diet.