Conditioning Exercise Programs for Normal Older Persons

  • Robert E. Wear


Men and women of all ages should be able to attain and maintain a vitality for living by proper health care, regular medical checkups, concern about adequate and proper nutrition, sufficient rest and relaxation, and a regular regimen of challenging physical activity.


Physical Fitness Interval Training Fitness Program Exercise Period Conditioning Program 
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