SENIOR STRENGTH EXERCISES 60+: over 150 Illustrated Home Exercises to Restore Energy , Build Strength, and Improve Balance, and Flexibility

Senior Strength Exercises 60+ Over 150 Illustrated Home Exercises to Restore Energy, Build Strength, and Improve Balance, and Flexibility By William Patterson Will strength exercises really “slow down” the aging process? The facts may surprise you. As senior citizens age, it becomes harder to stay in shape. At least, that’s what the fitness industry would have you believe. When it comes to keeping fit, especially as you get older, most people are convinced that you need to go join a gym. Or that the only way to build strength is by lifting heavy weights. Some people will even try to tell you that there’s no hope for you once you turn 40 — just so they can scare you into signing up for phony fitness fads that are more hype than they are science. But here’s the real science-backed truth about exercise and aging: Not only do you not need to hoist heavy weights just to stay healthy as you age. But research shows there’s a much easier method of exercising that can slow down, and possibly reverse, the aging process — without risking your safety. A study from the Buck Institute for Research and Aging recently found that moderate exercise can rejuvenate your muscle tissue to resemble those of younger adults. It does this by acting on the “energy factories” of your cells, which reverses your body’s “genetic fingerprint.” Scientists at McGill University have also discovered that working out for as little as 30 minutes twice a week can make the skin of a 65-year-old look 30 years younger. And the best part is you don’t have to be a lifelong “gym rat” to reap the benefits of leading an active lifestyle. In fact, you don’t even need to leave your home. Because with the simple step-by-step instructions inside this guide, you can start to take back control of your body and create a healthier and happier life by performing basic exercises. In this book, you will discover: Over 150 straightforward strength-building exercises that anyone can do within the comfort of their home 9 ways physical exercise can help you improve your quality of life as you age 6 movements you can use throughout the day to improve your balance How to reinforce stability in your feet using this clever towel trick 7 tips to help you maximize your workout results with minimal risk of injury And much more! You shouldn’t have to gamble your physical well-being on dangerous exercises just so you can feel healthy. Instead, with the easy-to-follow exercises packed inside this book, you’ll not only be able to avoid unnecessary injuries, but you can do it from the comfort of your own home. Even if you’ve never worked out a day in your life, you can still use these simple training routines to build back your strength, balance, and flexibility, all at your own pace. So, whether you’re currently struggling with health problems, or you’re looking for an easy way to stay in shape and build strength, this guide can help you slow down aging and get a new lease on life. If you’re ready to regain control of your body and your life, then scroll up and click the “Add to Cart” button right now.

Meet William Patterson

William has been resistance strength training for over 59 years. He began resistance weight training at the early age of 11 in 1964. Although he never competed for trophies, just staying in good physical health was enough, he was a skinny kid growing up. William was born in North Carolina in 1953. Born into a large family, he was inspired to resistance train by an older brother and has continued throughout his life. William is currently married with three children, (a daughter and two sons), three grandchildren and two great grandchildren. He currently lives in Houston Texas and has been there for over 40 years. William has been certified by the National Exercise and Sports Trainers Association (N.E.S.T.A) as a certified master personal training specialist as well as a nutrition specialist as of February 2013 and March 2011, respectively. He understands the importance of strength exercises in all our lives, especially for senior adults, he understands that fitness strength training can work for seniors as well as for younger adults, William also believes that a strong body can be sustained with strength exercises, aerobics for heart health and a proper diet.