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Keeping Fit in Your 50s – Strength

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Muscle is the body’s natural heating system. Regular strength training revs up your metabolism and helps protect against the bone loss that naturally occurs in your 50s. This fact-filled strength guide and workout is uniquely designed to address your body’s changing needs and inspire you to get in the best shape of your life.

DVD BONUS FEATURES include tips for creating a personal fitness plan, Keeping Fit Fundamentals, suggestions for beginners, participant biographies and glossary of terms.

A complete strength workout and much more including: insights into the importance of strength training in your 50s; exercise tips for achieving maximum results; 40-minute core routine; advanced exercises; and Keeping Fit Fundamentals, a Q&A session with medical experts Lisa Callahan, M.D., author of The Fitness Factor, and Lillie Shockney, R.N., author of Breast Cancer Survivor’s Club.

Cindy Joseph, one of today’s most popular print and television models, began her modeling career at age 49. She shares her enthusiasm for exercise and for the amazing potential of life in your 50s.

Robyn Stuhr, administrative director of the Women’s Sports Medicine Center at New York’s Hospital for Special Surgery, is a certified exercise physiologist with 20 years of experience in sports training.

Product Features

  • Factory sealed DVD

Comments

Granny says:

Good workout for fifties ladies I received this exercise DVD yesterday and used it for the first time today with my friend. She and I are in our mid and late fifties and had been doing a strengthening exercise video together but the VCR died and so we’re using the DVD player instead.I loved this DVD in comparison to the video. The video had a fitness expert leading several every-day type folks in the exercises. I found the other people distracting and they didn’t always do the exercises properly and she had to…

Margo M. Rudd says:

Just what I was looking for… As a very busy fifty-something woman I have found this DVD to be quite helpful. I’ve used it about 3 times a week for a month, and I am very pleased to report that I have advanced enough to move from 1 lb. weights to 2 lb. weights, which for me is a big improvement. This DVD does not drag the way some other exercise DVDs do, and I find Robyn Stuhr and Cindy Joseph to be quite inspiring (and not the least bit condescending). I plan to continue with this exercise program (who knows, maybe…

Variety is the spice of workout life! says:

Very disappointing – not recommended. The instructor takes up too much time in talking, and in a too-condescending voice, more appropriate for children. Neither of the participants has a good sense of rhythm – why use music if you’re not going to keep time? Then, after the workout, no stretch. I would not have bought this had I seen it first – it was a waste of money for my requirements. It gets 2 stars instead of 1 because if you ignore the criticisms above and put a lot of effort into it you can end up with a halfway-decent…

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