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  • On Sale:

    Mar 26, 2019
  • ISBN:

    9780062859419
  • Pages:

    288
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Aging Backwards: Fast Track

6 Ways in 30 Days to Look and Feel Younger

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About the Book

A 30-day anti-aging program for rapid results using the fundamental movements and principles of the bestselling Aging Backwards, featuring an accelerated program for turning back the clock.The field of aging research has exploded with new clinical findings. Many misconceptions about aging—including the beliefs that disease, immobility, and pain are inevitable—have been debunked. Today, we know that the choices we make, from what we eat to how much and how we move, play a critical role in healthy aging.

PBS fitness personality and bestselling author Miranda Esmond-White created her breakthrough exercise program, Essentrics, more than twenty years ago. In that time, she has helped everyone from professional athletes to breast cancer survivors to weekend warriors heal and recover from injuries using her gentle essentric stretching and exercise method that consists of small, regular movements that engage all of the body’s muscles and connective tissues.

In Aging Backwards: The Fast Track, Miranda offers readers new exercises to supplement and accelerate the original program, along with new information on the latest anti-aging science to help keep us strong, capable, and looking and feeling young. Using her 30-day fast-track program, you’ll see results in less than half the time of the original program, including increased core strength, muscle tone, flexibility, and weight loss. Aging Backwards: The Fast Track empowers everyone—young and old, athletic or sedentary—with the information and tools to slow down the clock.

About the Author

Miranda Esmonde-White

Miranda Esmonde-White is one of America's greatest advocates and educators on healthy aging. She is best known for her PBS fitness show Classical Stretch, which has been on the air since 1999. A former ballerina, she designed the Essentrics technique, which uses low-intensity strength and stretch exercises to relieve pain, prevent injury, and slenderize the body. Esmonde-White works with professional and Olympic athletes and celebrities, and teaches classes to thousands of students worldwide each year.

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