Review of Beginner Balance Workouts for Seniors

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Review of Beginner Balance Workouts for Seniors

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[Following is an official review of "Beginner Balance Workouts for Seniors" by Cat Miller.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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Beginner Balance Workouts for Seniors is a book written by Cat Miller. This book is a practical guide to attaining and maintaining physical fitness among seniors. In the introductory segment of the book, the author tells us the importance of maintaining balance and staying fit as one’s age increases. This is because, naturally, the body begins to get weaker as one gets older, which leads to a loss of balance and weakness.

The book starts with simple exercises that will help the senior gauge his or her balance level and then determine the mode in which he will do the exercises prescribed in the book. The exercises there include those for the calf and thigh muscles, neck, and spinal cord. The author recommends that the user make a plan and determine the amount of time to designate in a day to do the exercise, taking breaks when necessary.

There are many positive aspects of this book. It solves practical problems among seniors such as lack of balance, physical weakness, and occasional falls. Physical fitness is something very important in every person’s life, but it is more important for seniors because the body is naturally getting weaker. Things we do with ease start to get difficult, hence the need to exercise. The book gives a step-by-step guide to any of the exercises.
There is also a graphical representation of the exercise that helps the reader follow the exercise. Also, the book focuses, chapter by chapter, on developing each part of the body. It also tells you what doing the exercise will achieve.

There was nothing to dislike about this book. It was well written and practical. It was also well edited, as I found no errors. Because of the above reasons, I rate this book 5 out of 5 stars. I recommend the book to seniors who want to stay fit. I also recommend the book to carers of seniors.

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Post by Dalhatu Usu »

An interesting review. This looks like a book anyone in physiotherapy and kinesiology would appreciate especially considering the enormous benefits Senior citizens will get from it. I should get my mom one of these.
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Beginner Balance Workouts for Seniors is a book by Cat Miller that provides a practical guide to maintaining physical fitness among seniors. The book emphasizes the importance of balance and fitness as the body weakens with age. It includes exercises for the calf, thigh muscles, neck, and spinal cord, and recommends a daily exercise plan with breaks. The book addresses practical problems like balance issues, physical weakness, and occasional falls, and provides a step-by-step guide with graphical representations
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