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STABILITY FOR SENIORS

ELIMINATE THE FEAR OF FALLING BY LEARNING THE SECRETS OF POSTURE, BALANCE, AND STABILITY!

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. STABILITY FOR SENIORS will teach you, step-by-step, what you need to know about strength, stability, unsteadiness, falling, posture, balance, and stability.

STABILITY FOR SENIORS contains the following chapters:

Introduction
Chapter 1:  WHY DO WE FALL?
  • Loss of traction/footing
  • Tripping
  • Aging
  • Vision problems
  • Muscle atrophy and strength loss
Chapter 2:  WHO IS MOST LIKELY TO FALL?
  • Older people
  • People with chronic medical conditions
Chapter 3:  AM I SUSCEPTIBLE TO FALLING?
  • Have you been physically active for most of your life?
  • Are you still exercising now?
  • What type of exercise do you do?
  • Muscle memory
  • Consuming alcohol
Chapter 4:  BEGINNING THE ROAD TO RECOVERY/INSTABILITY PREVENTION
  • Dislocation/Fractures
  • Death
  • Committing to exercise daily
  • Get your vision checked
  • Get good footwear
  • Get your blood pressure checked
  • Know the side effects of your medication
  • Eliminate hazards at home
Chapter 5:  WHAT SORT OF EXERCISE SHOULD I DO?
  • Work on your stamina
  • Core training
  • What if I can’t join a Pilates or Yoga Class?
  • Core training at home
  • Planks
  • Strength training
  • Using weights
Chapter 6:  STABILITY TRAINING METHODS
Chapter 7:  STABILITY SUPPORTS
  • Walking canes
  • Walkers
  • Mobility scooters
Conclusion – How to begin the road to recovery or prevention today

Always remember that Rome wasn’t built in a day. It will take time for your body to adapt and get stronger. You will need to be patient and consistent. It is the consistent daily effort that matters. Like Buddha said, “A jug fills drop by drop.” There is no need to rush. 

Make a plan and stick to it. If you commit to 15 minutes of exercise daily, then stick to it. Try all the different exercises mentioned in this comprehensive eBook so that your training has variety and you’re targeting different muscles. Aim for small incremental improvements in your performance.

Follow the precautions outlined in STABILITY FOR SENIORS closely to reduce chances of falling. You can never be too safe.

Last but not least, stay positive and do not feel depressed about aging. Have a sense of humor. Like Bob Hope, said, “You know you’re getting old when the candles cost more than the cake.” Be proud of your achievements and that you have made it this far. Age is just mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.

If you’ve been searching for information regarding stability and safety for yourself or for a senior loved one, STABILITY FOR SENIORS is just what you need! Order your copy today!

 
STABILITY FOR SENIORS (pss10) is available for PERSONAL USE ONLY and may not be reproduced, given away, or resold in any format. 

The information contained within this manual is intended for educational and entertainment purposes only. While every attempt has been made to provide complete, accurate, up-to-date, and reliable information, for specific issues pertaining to medical, legal, business, tax, accounting, or finance fields, readers are cautioned to seek advice and services from competent professionals in their respective fields. No warranties of any kind are expressed or implied.

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