Senior Lifting Kettle Bells - Senior Fitness Books

As we move away from the dog days of summer towards the cooler autumn weather, it’s the perfect time of year to sit on the porch, curl up in a blanket on those cooler days, and check out some of our favorite Senior fitness books.

Senior Fitness Books

Aging Backwords

Aging Backwards: Reverse the Aging Process and Look 10 Years Younger In 30 Minutes A Day

By Miranda Esmonde-White

“Every day, we have a very clear choice: We can grow older or we can grow younger.”
– Miranda

In recent years many widely accepted ideas about aging – including those about the inevitability of our declining metabolism, our dying brain cells, and our deteriorating muscles and bones – have been debunked. Aging Backwards offers an exciting and comprehensive plan for active slowing down and even reversing the aging process through gentle exercise that develops strong, flexible muscles.

Available on Amazon | On the New York Times Bestsellers List

Fitness Over Fifty

Fitness Over Fifty: An Exercise Guide from the National Institute on Aging

By National Institute on Aging

Studies show that people who stay active – no matter what their age – benefit from exercise. Not only can it help you feel better, but it makes doing all those day-to-day tasks easier and more enjoyable.

Everything you need to begin your own exercise program is right inside this book. Energy, strength, balance, and flexibility are the ingredients that add up to long-lasting vitality and health.

Fitness Over Fifty features practical advice about how you can reach your goals with nutrition tips, easy-to-follow exercises, and expert advice. This book includes exercise safety tips, ways to get and stay motivated, endurance, flexibility, strength and balance exercises, tips on nutrition and healthy eating, and more.

Fitness Over Fifty is the last exercise guide you’ll need!

Available on Amazon

Stretching To Stay Young

Stretching to Stay Young: Simple Workouts to Keep You Flexible, Energized, and Pain Free

By Jessica Matthews

Our bodies were designed for movement, but as we age, our joints and muscles become tighter. Stretching is a gentle, simple activity that anyone can do to alleviate aches and pains, as well as improve range of motion and flexibility. This book guides you step-by-step through each stretch, arming you with the confidence you need to progress into deeper levels of stretching for. Enhanced flexibility, reduced pain, decreased stiffness, and better quality of life for years to come.

No matter your age or level of activity, this guide will help you ease into the wonders of stretching, to reduce stiffness and feel your best.

Available on Amazon


Author

Cindy Koch, MA

Certified Placement & Referral Specialist (CPRS) | Owner

Aging at 5280 is here to help elders and their families navigate through the healthcare system and customize a plan to meet their needs.