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Fitness Exercises for the Middle-aged and Senior Citizens


Everyone needs physical exercise to keep fit and healthy. But what about the middle-aged and elderly who can’t anymore do the usual strenuous exercises? Is there any way they can properly exercise in the comfort of their homes and beds?

In recognition of such need, Citibooks International Publishing has published an e-book entitled, “The Man Who Grew Younger: Secrets to Fitness for the Middle-aged and Senior Citizens”, which can be found at

According to the Publisher-Editor, “The e-book was written from the actual experience of a sickly 72-year old man who was able to rejuvenate himself thru low-impact exercises that made him fitter and look more like someone in his 50s. But I’d like to emphasize that the exercises are actually applicable to both men and women who are middle-aged and older.”

He further says that the e-book contains exercise programs for curing rheumatism, reducing an obese abdomen and rejuvenation of the face and neck. There are also bed exercises designed for the development of the abdominal muscles, shoulders, arms, legs, back, hips, and loins.

The book also discusses the causes and prevention old age; the importance of internal and external body cleanliness; and how periodic fasting can cure a lot of old-age sicknesses. It also reveals a unique method for exercising the liver to keep it in top shape.

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