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Reclaim Your Youth: Growing Younger After 40: You Really Can Turn Back the Clock

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There is no Fountain Of Youth or Magic Pill... but there is a way to turn back the clock. Strength Training is the only way to rebuild diminished muscle mass and renew weakened bone. Take control of your own destiny by taking control of your body.
It's ironic that older people are the least fit and most obese age group, because they are by far the most vulnerable. Fight bac
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Paperback, 176 pages
Published July 12th 2009 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform (first published January 28th 2009)
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pete levario iv
Mar 26, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great read

Thank you for this book. I enjoyed it all. I am 51 now and look forward to using the tools you have outlined here. I look forward to getting back into my strength training regiment again. Thank you again.
Dave Corna
Common sense. No Revelations in this Read

Primer on aging. Opinion of writer. I don't agree with all he says. Nothing new, simply common sense for aging .
Jim
Jan 20, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Great read

Richard does a nice job keeping the information straight forward and to the point. Understanding the ramifications of ignoring our bodies and physical fitness is a huge theme in this book. Knowing it is never too late to exercise and build muscle is encouraging. Highly recommend reading this book.
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Embarking on his writing career at age 15 as news editor of his high school newspaper, Richard Sullivan’s first serious venture into the world of journalism came at age 18 as an undercover reporter in Toronto at the height of the Vietnam War, where he posed as a draft dodger in order to document the plight of the thousands of young Americans who had fled there.
At age 19 he joined up with the Clyde
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