Exercise and aging go hand in hand...that is if you want to make the rest of your life the best of your life. Nobody likes the prospect of falling apart in the golden years, and it really doesn't have to be that way.
I have always been active and fit, but after reading Younger Next Year and Younger Next Year - The Exercise Program, I have almost tripled my workouts, with great results. I'm 68 years old, and more fit, strong and athletic than ever before in my life.
These books have literally given me a new lease on life, and you'll know exactly what I mean when you read them for yourself.
Physicians and exercise physiologists have demonstrated again and again how exercise is literally a miracle cure for so many of the ailments that slow us down and hold us back from doing the things we want to do.
Don't buy the program that aging equals decline...it doesn't have to. Aging will certainly bring change, but you get to decide what kind of change you experience.
I have read all of these books, and I promise you that they are highly entertaining (Chris Crowley is hilarious!) and very informative. The authors are an older gentleman (Chris Crowley) and a physician (Henry Lodge). They team up to offer you all of the anecdotal and scientific information and guidance you need to be younger next year!
What if you could really do this? What if you really could make the rest of your life the best of your life by using this great information on exercise and aging? You can!
Now, meet the amazing Charles Eugster, who started sprinting at 95 and by age 97 he had won two world records! You can do this!
Remember...it doesn't matter what your current state of health is. You can start where you are and you'll just get better from there!