Baby Wake Up! Getting Old Without Feeling Old

Author Calvin Hill has released his new book “Staying Fit After 60: Introducing the Exercise for Life Program” to share the health and life-saving benefits of the program he has developed. He puts it bluntly: “This book is telling seniors, you can get old without feeling old.”

So what’s so special about this book?  Mr. Hill waited until he was 76 years old to write it.

“I had to have indisputable and irrefutable proof as to the value and the beneficial results of this exercise program.” Mr. Hill states, “The purpose of this book is to introduce the health and life-saving benefits one can get using the Exercise for Life Program.”

Why is this so important?  Well Baby Boomers it’s time to wake up!

Thanks to the Baby Boomers (including myself), there are now almost 80 million people in this country who are approaching 60 and over, with over 250,000 Baby Boomers turning 60 every month – more than three million per year. Because of the lack of exercise, Alzheimer’s and dementia are claiming more seniors than ever before.

Recent studies have shown, seniors who exercise 20 minutes a day 4 to 5 times a week will have a 30% to 40% less chance of developing Alzheimer’s and dementia. There will have been almost two million hip and knee replacements performed by the year 2015, that number will increase to be almost four million hip and knee replacements by the year 2020. Some of these operations could have been prevented or avoided if one had been using the Exercise for Life Program.

You are going to hear me do a lot of ‘Baby Boomer’ and many messages about the need for the Babies to wake up and come to terms with aging.

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Posted in Alice Reiter Feld Florida Elder Law Monday Memos, Alzheimer's; support; memory, dementia; baby boomers; support
One comment on “Baby Wake Up! Getting Old Without Feeling Old
  1. Kaycee says:

    I like to party, not look articles up online. You made it hpapen.

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