We can achieve ALL of these goals with the newest release from Ron Kness called "Fitness For Senior Citizens With Limited Mobility".
Based on these exciting teachings, you will learn about all the dramatic benefits of exercising regardless of age and just moving about frequently to stay active and to keep arthritis pain at bay.
This book is built around a very clear, concept: keeping the mobility you currently have.
It's not just about anti-aging through exercising regardless of mobility issues. Having great looks and health as they age is linked to being active, exercising and eating foods that support bone health. This is because they value a healthy lifestyle as they age.
In this book, we look at all of the ways you can improve your own looks and health as you age, starting with exercising within your limitations regularly and frequently. This book will also look at the many other steps that can be taken to support this goal, from seeing your healthcare professional first before starting an exercise program for advice on what you can and can't do, to then staying within the parameters set by your doctor. Even the choices you make about which exercises to do based on mobility limitations can have an impact on your looks and health as you age.
In "Fitness For Senior Citizens With Limited Mobility", we'll cover all the bases, giving you everything you need to know to exercise and stay young and healthy for your age and relatively pain-free.
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About the Author
While most of my books are on health and fitness in general, as I age (now 65) at the time of this writing) my topics of interest are geared toward aging baby boomers and older.
Besides my own writing, I also ghostwrite ebooks, books, reports, articles, blogs and do Kindle conversions for clients on a variety of topics.
Today my wife and I are retired from our careers and live in Gold Canyon, AZ. I now write as a retirement business where you'll find me happily sitting in my office typing away on my laptop as I work on my next book or ghostwriting project . . . that is if we are not traveling on a cruise ship - our new-found mode of travel.