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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STAY AT THE TOP OF YOUR GAME AT ANY AGE

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:

•Baseball
•Basketball
•Cycling
•Golf
•Hockey
•Rowing
•Running
•Skiing
•Soccer
•Softball
•Swimming
•Tennis



 

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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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