Total Sports Conditioning for Athletes 50+: Workouts for Staying at the Top of Your Game

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Ulysses Press, 2008 - Sports & Recreation - 138 pages
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Don't give up your favorite sport.

Don't lose to younger competitors.

Sports conditioning gives you the winning edge!

With targeted programs for fast and effective off-the-court conditioning, this book provides exercises for maintaining the flexibility, strength and speed you need to stay competitive.
By following the regimen in Total Sports Conditioning for Athletes 50+, you'll see results where they matter most?on the playing field. The combination of aerobic, strength, plyometric and functional training in this book is sure to keep your body game-ready and injury-free. You'll discover how small doses of the right exercise allow you to continue enjoying your favorite sports for years.

Total Sports Conditioning for Athletes 50+ includes beginner, intermediate and advanced exercises, over 200 Step-by-Step photos plus more than a dozen sport-specific workouts for:



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Dr. Karl Knopf is the author of Stretching for 50+ and Weights for 50+. He lives in Sunnyvale, CA.

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