Core Strength for 50+: A Customized Program for Safely Toning Ab, Back, and Oblique Muscles

By | February 25, 2016

From swinging a golf club to carrying a bag of groceries, the core is everything. Balance, agility and youthful stature are just a few of the benefits of a toned and powerful midsection. Core Strength for 50+ has everything you need to:
• Improve posture
• Enhance sports performance
• Guarantee low back health
• Avoid injury

With workouts ranging from basic mat work routines to unstable training with foam rollers and stability balls, Core Strength for 50+ provides more than 75 exercises that build and maintain strong muscles in the abs, obliques, lower back and butt.

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Cookbookaddict on 02/25/2016 at 19:43.

12 DAYS AND I ALREADY SEE A DIFFERENCE I am in my upper 60s, and except for walking a lot, I am exercise averse. Never enjoyed exercise. Never actually felt better after exercise. To the extent I have exercised it was to achieve a goal, e.g., getting in shape to go on a kayaking trip. Well, you see I don’t think of kayaking as exercising, I think of it as getting into places I could not otherwise go. So, I am not in great shape but I am thin. I give you this background information only to help you determine if this is a good…

LeRoy Barnard on 02/25/2016 at 20:05.

Core Strength for 50+ In my 70th year I greatly appreciate Dr. Knopf’s book, Core Strength for 50+. The biologically sound principles discussed and illustrated in exercise postures in the book are precisely what I have used to cure seriously painful low back issues. To understand the core muscle system read the excellent discussion of several aspects of the core in the Overview section. This book is not about body building or pumping iron. It’s about basic healthy strength to carry out one’s daily life with…

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