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Exercise Sitting Down

Posted by Beverly on July 29, 2014 at 3:45 PM

Are you determined to not slow down? You can now stay fit minus the pricey gym memberships. Check out these top stretching books. They are cheaper than a gym membership and can be done in the privacy of your own home. 

Ready, set, stretch!

Can I Exercise Sitting Down?

This energizing exercise guide will jumpstart your fitness program with an easily followed thirty-day workout plan.

After a long, hard day at the office, who wants to go to the gym and be intimated by an overzealous trainer? Author and fitness professional Renee Wiggins offers a simple thirty-day workout plan you can do from the comfort of your favorite chair.

With detailed instructions and helpful photographs, Wiggins’s easy and effective exercises will start you on the road to better health. To help you stay on track, you’ll begin each day with a positive affirmation of your commitment to weight loss; you will also plot your progress in the exercise log. Additionally, Can I Exercise Sitting Down? provides the following tips:

How to stay motivated

How to conquer your excuses

How to eat healthy

How to set realistic goals

If you’ve ever started an exercise program only to quit two weeks later, then Can I Exercise Sitting Down? is perfect for you. With a no-nonsense, understanding approach, Wiggins will help you overcome self-destructive habits and create a new, healthier you!

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People with age-related movement limitations or medical conditions such as multiple sclerosis, osteoporosis and arthritis can also engage in these exercises. After an aerobic warm-up, Torkelson offers a 60-minute regimen as well as shorter workouts. Tips for problem areas, deep breathing, and stretches round out this healthful program.

No matter your age or ability, Stretching on a regular basis can help improve flexibility.

I hope my book will encourage you to think more about the benefits of stretching and flexibility and integrate it into your daily life. -Larry Holden

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