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Exercise Books

A cover of a book called quick and Simple Chair Yoga for Seniors Over 60 by Audrey Fitzgerald which has a cartoon character preforming a yoga pose while seated in a chair.

Quick and Simple Chair Yoga for Seniors over 60: 

If you're like most seniors, you're familiar with health concerns, especially when it comes to flexibility and mobility. For some, it can feel like it’s too late for you to get in shape and improve your fitness — especially if you don't have prior fitness experience.

But don't despair! Exercise remains accessible at any age. It's all a matter of recognizing your limits and abilities — and working with them, rather than against them. You shouldn't feel like you're fighting an uphill battle when it comes to your health.

A cover of a book called Strong After 60 by Sophie Smith which has a strong senior woman lifting weights.

Strong After 60: The Seniors Strength Training Guide for Improved Energy, Mobility, and Balance
with A Home Workout Plan

In this book, you'll discover various home strength training plans, nutritional guidelines and a glossary full of simple movements that can help kickstart your health journey.

A cover of a book called Stretching Exercises for Seniors Over 60 by Michael Stratch which has two senior cartoon characters stretching on a platform.

Stretching Exercises for Seniors over 60: Unleash Your Vitality, Stay Active, and Embrace Life

It is crucial for seniors to engage in regular physical activity to maintain their independence and lead a healthy life. However, high-impact exercises may not always be suitable for aging bodies.
That's where stretching exercises come in – they are a fantastic way to maintain and improve flexibility without putting unnecessary stress on joints and muscles.

In this book you'll find essential stretching exercises and strength building programs to help build a resilient body + much more!

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