Healthy Aging for Success Bundle
Take advantage of this incredible Healthy Aging for Success Bundle that contains these valuable training components:
- Exercise Tips for Elderly Ebook
- Stability for Seniors Ebook
- Stability for Seniors Audios
- The Ultimate Anti-Aging Guide
- Anti-Aging Mindmap
- . . . And More!
Stability for Seniors Ebook:
Did you know that 7 out of 10 seniors have stability issues and actually fear they will lose balance and accidentally fall? To some, the fear of falling may seem trivial. Yet to the 65+ age group, this can be a stressful thing.
Studies show that people who fall during their senior years are much more prone to injury and sometimes even death.
Many older people wonder if it’s possible to improve their balance and also get stronger so that they’ll be more stable. Should they accidentally trip or slip, their bodies would be more resilient and they will be able to handle the impact?
This is a sensitive topic and definitely warrants much attention.
The hard truth is that people do not become physically unstable or unbalanced as they age. Of course, there is no denying that a certain degree of strength and mobility is lost.
However, the main reason people become frail and weak is due to a lack of exercise. This may seem unpalatable because it highlights one’s neglects and failings. The truth is bitter.
You may have noticed that some people in your neighborhood, who are in their 60s, have trouble walking and getting around.
Yet, if you look at Sylvester Stallone, he is still muscular and in excellent shape. He is still directing and getting physical in his action movies. Stallone is in his sixties.
What about Arnold Schwarzenegger? His arms and muscles are bigger than those of men half his age. He doesn’t seem to lack coordination or balance.
The dancer, Michael Flatley, is 57 and still dancing. The former model, Christie Brinkley, is sixty and she is as elegant and fit as ever.
What is the underlying reason here? Why are these people healthy and well-coordinated while you or others you may know are sickly, unfit or unable to move without assistance?
The answer is – the life choices that were made.
Many people sacrifice their health in pursuit of their career. They are so busy making a living that they neglect to make a life. The excuse that they do not have time to exercise is tossed about so frequently that they end up letting their health and fitness slide.
If you are not regularly active, you will have muscular atrophy over time. Your flexibility will decrease. Your core strength will diminish. As time progresses, you will be less limber and more rigid.
This is exactly how people age poorly. It’s a process that has snowballed over time.
Only with regular exercise and a healthy diet can you have a body that is fit and has the ability to almost reverse aging.
Dan Inosanto, is 79 years old and he is still fit and active. He used to train Bruce Lee and many other martial artists. The martial arts are one of the best forms of exercise.
Because you need balance, flexibility, strength, and stamina to excel at it. All the punching, kicking and movements will help the body to retain its natural vigor and vitality.
If you have neglected your health for years and life seems to be a chore now because you can’t get around without assistance, do not feel dejected.
You can remedy the situation. You can restore the strength, balance, and stamina that you have lost. It is never too late to become what you might have been. Your body will help you, if you help it.
This guide will show you exactly what you need to do to restore your balance, strengthen your core and give you the ability to live life to its fullest. Read on…
THE ULTIMATE ANTI-AGING GUIDE:
No one wants to get older but unfortunately, until they discover an elixir of youth, it’s fairly unavoidable.
But just because you have to get older, no one said you had to do it quickly. And no one said you couldn’t age well and keep your youthful good looks, energy and health!
Many of us make the assumption that getting old automatically has to mean getting covered in wrinkles, losing our ability to walk around and eventually developing incontinence and dementia. As it happens though, none of these things are inevitable and most of them are only partially related to age!
And you can see this too just by looking around! While some people seem to be struggling to stand up straight and remember their name at age 65,
others are still playing sports and writing books well into their 80s and 90s.
Is the difference entirely genetic? Not at all! In fact, there are numerous lifestyle changes that can make all the difference to the way you feel as you age and many of the problems that are associated with old-age can actually be avoided entirely.
So yeah, Aging is still inevitable. But the way you age is almost entirely up to you!
The difference comes down to your knowledge and your ability to apply that knowledge to make the most of your own body and health. YOU have the choice and the sooner you take action, the more effectively you can stave off the most unappealing aspects of getting older.
Yes, that’s right, this isn’t just a book for ‘old people’. It’s for young people too. In fact, it’s more aimed at young people because you are the ones who have the time to ensure you get the very most out of your body and mind as you get older.