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Strength Training for Beginners

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"Strength Training for Beginners" gives women of 35 and up a chance to look and feel younger, tone up, reverse symptoms of osteoporosis, and increase energy, all through a simple, scientifically sound, strength-training program that can be easily incorporated into even the busiest lifestyle. Whether you're a bona-fide couch potato or a more active fitness buff, you'll find ...more
Spiral-bound, Large Print, 95 pages
Published September 1st 2003 by HarperResource
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Jan 29, 2013 rated it liked it
It's a good size to stand and use in flip-chart mode, which you can do because it's made to do that, spiral-bound. Good illustrations that you can see easily from a slight distance. Exercises to strengthen areas most likely to fracture, to improve balance, and to make anyone who has already fallen or fractured bones begin to regain confidence and prevent recurrence. There's an intro that explains osteoporosis, weak spots vulnerable to fractures, ways to reduce risk, and then 6 warmup stretches, ...more
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