lunes, 29 de febrero de 2016

An adult approach to strength and power training

Harvard Health Publications
Harvard Health Publications

Build stronger muscles and protect your bones with workouts that fit your schedule and deliver results!

Imagine what you could do with stronger muscles: take a brisk walk, climb stairs with ease, lift your grandchild into the air. If you thought getting older would put an end to these and other activities, here’s some good news — by strengthening your muscles, you can stay fit, active, and independent for years to come.
Strength and Power Training, a Special Health Report from Harvard University’s world-renowned medical school, tells you exactly how to keep your muscles in great shape. The information in this report was specifically created for older adults who want to look and feel their best, but without spending hours in the gym, or a lot of money.
In this highly practical guide, you’ll learn:
  • how strength training can reduce your risk of heart disease, slow the advance of bone loss, and ease arthritis pain
  • how strengthening your muscles can help you control your blood sugar and lose weight
  • the difference between strength training and power training, and how combining both can give you even greater health benefits
  • everything you need to know about buying workout equipment, from floor mats to dumbbells to large machines
  • how to choose an exercise trainer and what to look for in a gym.
Strength and Power Training also gives you:
  • 12 ways to stay motivated
  • a helpful progress chart so you can track your improvement
  • tips on how to increase the intensity of your workouts, safely and correctly
  • additional exercises and equipment to add variety to your workouts.
Plus you’ll get a Special Bonus Section at no extra cost — "Strength Training Over a Lifetime: The keys to staying motivated."
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Now is the time to strengthen your muscles and get back to the life you love. Order your copy of Strength and Power Training today!
To your good health,
Gregory D. Curfman, M.D.
Editor in Chief, Harvard Health Publications
P.S. Strength and Power Training comes with our 100% Money-Back Guarantee. If you’re not 100% satisfied, you can return the guide for a full refund. Don’t miss out — order now!
Strength and Power Training
Each Strength and Power Training Special Health Report includes:
Facts about your muscles and how they work
Advice on how to exercise safely and correctly
What to ask your doctor before you get started
Two complete workouts with 19 illustrated exercises
10 stretching exercises
12 tips for staying motivated
And so much more!
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