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Strength Training for Seniors: How to Rewind Your Biological Clock

Regular exercise can reduce a person’s biological age by 10 to 20 years, and the key to exercising effectively is maintaining and increasing strength. A higher level of strength also improves immune systems, helps prevent age-related diseases such as diabetes and osteoporosis, lowers stress, and increases mental acuity. Written by a master athlete over 50, this accessible book offers specific exercises for improving health and fitness, tips on maintaining and increasing mobility and motor skills, nutritional advice, strategies for stress management, and worksheets for personal strength training schedules.

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3 Replies to “Strength Training for Seniors: How to Rewind Your Biological Clock”

  1. Excellent Reference Book For Strength Training Geared To Seniors I liked this book because it gave some really good information about exercising in general, about how the muscles, tendons and ligaments all work in addition to some good exercises and instructions for developing a personal exercise program. Blank worksheets are included to help the reader set specific goals, manage stress, and record progress in workouts. This is a short book but packed with helpful and interesting information on strength training specifically for people over 50. It also…

  2. Great Building Block for Every Area of a Senior’s Life I first saw STRENGTH TRAINING FOR SENIORS mentioned on FirePointe.com, a senior site dedicated to romance and an energetic lifestyle. Then I read books like Dr. Ruth’s SEX AFTER 50 and Jeoffrey and Renee Powell’s SEASONED ROMANCE, and saw an overall pattern emerging…to live life to the fullest and enjoy romance and wellness and a great attitude more than ever, fitness is both basic and imperative.All this caused me to start making changes. I ordered STRENGTH TRAINING FOR SENIORS,…