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📒Aging Backwards ✍ Miranda Esmonde-White
✏Aging Backwards Book Summary : PBS fitness personality on Classical Stretch and creator of the fitness phenomenon Essentrics, Miranda Esmonde-White offers an eye-opening guide to anti-aging that provides essential tools to help anyone turn back the clock and look and feel younger no matter what age. Miranda Esmonde-White trains everyone from prima ballerinas to professional hockey players to Cerebral palsy patients: what do they all have in common? All of these people are hoping to heal their bodies, prevent further injury, and move optimally and without pain. In fact, they have the same goals as any of us who are trying to stay young, fit, and reverse the hands of time. Because the aging of our bodies occurs in our cells, it must be repaired there too—that’s where Miranda’s highly effective and sought-after techniques come in. The body is programmed to self-destruct as we age, but the speed at which it self-destructs is up to us. Recent scientific studies have proven this fact! In Aging Backwards, Miranda offers a groundbreaking guide on how to maintain and repair our cells, through scientifically designed workouts. Healthy cells prevent joint pain, muscle loss and weak bones—helping to control weight, increase energy, and improve strength and mobility. Miranda offers readers of all ages the tools they need to look and feel young. Complete with tips, tools, and her Eight Basic Age-Reversing Workouts accompanied by instructional photos and web clips, Aging Backwards will help you grow younger, not older!
📒The Anti Aging Guide To Aging Backwards ✍ Michele Gilbert
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📒Aging Backwards Fast Track ✍ Miranda Esmonde-White
✏Aging Backwards Fast Track Book Summary : 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 Esmonde-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 movements that engage all of the body’s muscles and connective tissues. In Aging Backwards: The Fast Track, Miranda offers readers systematic workouts to supplement and accelerate the original program, along with new information on the latest anti-aging science to help keep us strong, fully mobile, and looking and feeling young. Using her 30-day fast-track program, you’ll see rapid results in increased mobility, strength, flexibility, body shape, pain relief and overall health. Aging Backwards: The Fast Track empowers everyone—young and old, athletic or sedentary—with the information and tools to slow down the clock and keep it there.
📒Fast Track To Aging Backwards ✍ Miranda Esmonde-White
✏Fast Track to Aging Backwards Book Summary : Drawing on her groundbreaking anti-aging movement principles, bestselling fitness expert Miranda Esmonde-White walks you through 6 ways to rejuvenate your body and mind, paired with 30 days of stretching-and-strengthening workouts that effectively reverse the aging process. Miranda Esmonde-White has already given us the Bible on movement as a way to reverse aging with her New York Times and Globe and Mail bestseller Aging Backwards. But getting started on something that will change your life is always the hardest part! The Fast Track to Aging Backwards is Miranda's master class on how to begin her healing, revitalizing and scientifically endorsed programme of stretching and strengthening--and how to make it stick. First she outlines, step by step, 6 ways to change your attitude to aging and reverse its effects, from describing helpful small changes to your daily routine that will help you form new habits; to how to find the balance between moving like the Tin Man and flopping like the Scarecrow; to showing that for maximum painfree living, our bodies need a gentle approach to exercising that is all about respecting the way our bodies are designed to move. As Miranda says, "Relaxation is the new strengthening." Exclusively for this book, she has also created 4 workouts designed to carry you every step of the way through the first month of her programme, targeting every part of your body. Laid out with clear instructions, black-and-white photos and insider's tips on how to make every movement count, these workouts will give you the edge you need to quickly achieve your best results. The Fast Track to Aging Backwards is a countdown to a healthier and more youthful you.
📒Old Age In The Middle Ages And The Renaissance ✍ Albrecht Classen
✏Old Age in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance Book Summary : After an extensive introduction that takes stock of the relevant research literature on Old Age in the Middle Ages and the early modern age, the contributors discuss the phenomenon of old age in many different fields of late antique, medieval, and early modern literature, history, and art history. Both Beowulf and the Hildebrandslied, both Wolfram von Eschenbach's Parzival and Titurel, both the figure of Merlin and the trans-European tradition of Perceval/Peredur/Parzival, then the figure of the vetula in a variety of medieval French, English, and Spanish texts, and of the Old Man in The Stricker's Daniel, both the treatment of old age in Langland's Piers the Plowman and in Jean Gerson's sermons are dealt with. Other aspects involve late-antique epistolary literature, early modern French farce in light of Disability Studies, the social role of old, impotent men in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Netherlandish paintings, and the scientific discourse of old age and health since the 1500s. The discourse of Old Age proves to have been of central importance throughout the ages, so the critical examination of the issues involved sheds intriguing light on the cultural history from late antiquity to the seventeenth century.
📒Redefining Aging ✍ Ann Kaiser Stearns
✏Redefining Aging Book Summary : Caring for an elderly family member can be overwhelming. But fulfilling life experiences are still possible for both caregivers and their loved ones, despite the stress and fatigue of caregiving. In this comprehensive book, best-selling author Ann Kaiser Stearns explores the practical and personal challenges of both caregiving and successful aging. She couples findings from the latest research with powerful insights and problem-solving tips to help caregivers achieve the best life possible for those they care for—and for themselves as they age. Topics include • Improving the quality of life for the one giving and the one receiving care • Distinguishing normal aging from early warning signs • Understanding caregiver sadness, resentment, guilt, and grief • Using strategies and skills to minimize an impaired elder’s distress and emotional outbursts and the caregiver’s own anxieties about growing old • Finding resources to aid in the care of the loved one and protect the caregiver from stress overload • Moving forward after the death of a loved one to have a meaningful life of one’s own • Overcoming ageist stereotypes and deciding what kind of "old person" one will be • Making life easier for those who someday will care for us Redefining Aging will help readers think differently about caregiving and their own aging.
📒Writing With Skill Level 3 Instructor Text ✍ Susan Wise Bauer
✏Writing With Skill Level 3 Instructor Text Book Summary : The third volume of the groundbreaking writing series that prepares students for high-level work in rhetoric and composition. Full support for parents and teachers, including rubrics, model compositions, teaching tips, and suggested dialogue. Building on the first two levels of Writing With Skill, Level 3 reinforces skills in original composition and introduces new skills in researching, organizing, and writing expository essays. This third level is marked by a focus on writing about cause and effect, as well as more advanced instruction in literary criticism, science writing, descriptions, and paragraph construction. Time-tested classical techniques--the imitation and analysis of great writers--combine with original composition exercises in history, science, biography, and literature. Along with the Student Workbook, this Level Three Instructor Text provides a complete year of advanced middle-grade writing instruction.
📒Three Journeys To Heaven ✍ Marilou Trask-Curtin
✏Three Journeys to Heaven Book Summary : Renew your faith in miracles and the immortal soul as you take not one but three remarkable journeys to Heaven and back, exploring the spiritual realm and the nature of near-death experiences. Having died and returned to life multiple times, Marilou Trask-Curtin learned life’s most profound lessons—lessons that will fill you with love and purpose. Marilou had her first near-death experience at age three and experienced two more over the next couple of decades. In Three Journeys to Heaven, she describes in detail her time spent on the other side, revealing how her experiences changed her behavior, goals, attitude, and outlook. Along the way you’ll meet guardian angels, witness healing miracles, and learn how Marilou found her life’s mission. With this book’s guidance and amazing true stories, you’ll let go of fear and embrace the joy of returning home to Heaven.
📒Power Of Words ✍ Danielle O'Brien
✏Power of Words Book Summary : Power of Words, voices of poetry is a tribute to the 2011 winners of the Poetry matters Literary Prize. The poets range from middle and high school students,adults and seniors. Their voices hail from as far away as Australia, to all regions of the U.S. Experience the thoughts of some of the newest voices to the world of poetry.
📒Who Knew ✍ Romy Shiller PHD
✏Who Knew Book Summary : Who Knew? is a continuation of Romy Shillers book You Never Know: A Memoir. Romy is considered a medical mystery and applies her previous interest and scholarly work on the body to her new physical reality. Romys intense belief that we can meet and overcome challenges prompted her to write this book. People expect distress when faced with a life-altering situation. Who Knew? proves that there are options available to everyone when it comes to facing challenges. Romy looks at internalized ideas about the body. She provides a new approach to physicality (how we utilize the body) and image (how we perceive the body). Our culture is obsessed with looking a certain way. Opting out of conventional modes of appearance is liberating. This book and Romys attitude are not about denial; they are about acceptance. Acceptance for Romy does not preclude change. It is more about blending realities, weaving the idea of identity. Fluctuation and adaptation are important qualities. Romys non-malignant brain tumour operation and subsequent five-month coma have left her in a wheelchair, with a voice/speech impediment called dysarthria. Romy Shiller is proof we can overcome our challenges.