Pretend Your Nose is a Crayon and Other Strategies for Staying Younger Longer
This enlightening, optimistic, and entertaining fitness book for the booming book-buying population approaching 50 and beyond offers the good news that a moderate, balanced fitness program, begun at any age, can actually turn back the clock. The author presents a modest four-way program to improve breathing, heart function, bone density, mobility, and mood, and states that the gains made in one year can shed 20 years. 100 photographs.
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The Question of Time 1 The Hard Facts
The Renewable Body
Bone Builders 13 Spinning Things Together
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