Stretching for 50+ : A Customized Program for Increasing Flexibility, Avoiding Injury, and Enjoying an Active Lifestyle
Arguing that people in their fifties can be just as flexible and athletic as people in their twenties and thirties, the author outlines a variety of exercises designed to improve flexibility after the half-century mark. Original.
- Paperback | 128 pages
- 187.96 x 233.68 x 10.16mm | 272.15g
- 01 Mar 2005
- Ulysses Press
- Berkeley, CA, United States
Weights on the Ball---1569754128-12.95-Ulysses Press-05/2004-
About Steve Stiefel
Dr. Karl Knopf, or Dr. Karl, as his students used to call him, has been involved in the health and fitness of older adults and the disabled for over 40 years. During this time he has worked in almost every aspect of the industry, from personal training and therapy to consultation. While at Foothill College, Karl was the coordinator of the Adaptive Fitness Technician Program and Life Long Learning Institute. He taught disabled students and undergraduates about corrective exercise. In addition to teaching, Karl developed the Fitness Educators of Older Adults Association to guide trainers of older adults. Currently Karl is a director at the International Sports Science Association and is on the advisor board of PBS's Sit and Be Fit show.