FREE Success Guide:
"Healthy Tips For Your Maturing Years"
“Can Exercise Change the Aging Process?” That was a headline in The New York Times many years ago. The evidence that the elderly can certainly benefit from exercise has continued to rise. The February 1991 issue of the Harvard Health Letter reported on a 1990 study, saying: “Nine nursing home residents between the ages of 87 and 96 completed two months of high-intensity resistance training using weights.” Regarding this study, the Mayo Clinic Nutrition Letter explained: “Participants nearly doubled leg muscle strength, increased thigh muscle size by 9 percent and improved performance on mobility tests.”
So in this FREE 5 Day Email Course we are going to share with you some secrets of posture, balance, and stability for seniors.