Written by a woman who began running marathons at 50 years old, this inspirational guide describes the physical, mental, and emotional benefits of exercise. It confronts the problem of obesity today--nearly 60 percent of Americans are overweight--and emphasizes that weight control becomes an even greater challenge with age. But as this handbook asserts, it's never too late to get fit. In nine easy-to-follow steps, the mechanics of an exercise program are clearly explained to help fitness first-timers devise their own regimens and become healthier in all areas of life.Getting Up and Running Physically, Mentally, and Professionally Ruth K. Wassinger. self. He wasna#39;t ... I wasna#39;t. I remember almost feeling angry. aWhat do you mean? You are going to power walk a marathon? You arena#39;t a runner. Runnersanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fit After 50|
|Author||:||Ruth K. Wassinger|
|Publisher||:||Addicus Books - 2008-04-01|