A Morning Cup of Stretching: One 15-minute Routine to Wake Up Your Mind and Body

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Intended for all fitness levels, this simple routine will start the day off right. Used before or after exercise or as a stand-alone morning routine, this book provides the basic ingredients for a lifetime recipe for health and wellness…. More >>

A Morning Cup of Stretching: One 15-minute Routine to Wake Up Your Mind and Body

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  1. After purchasing numerous exercise books, video tapes, balance balls, weights, etc., I found I was still too out of shape to do even so-called beginning exercise routines. I finally hit upon this book and discovered a program which I could “start with”. The pictures and written explanations are clear and easy to understand; and the stretches are quite executable. You quickly learn that even holding your arms over your head with your hands clasped for 30-seconds “hurts” when you first start. And, moves such as bending to the side again with your arms raised, which sounds like a piece of cake, can cause huffing and puffing. The “15-minute routine” took me 53 minutes the first day but was down to 30 minutes by the end of the first week. I was both sitting and standing straighter within a few days. If you have been discouraged with other exercise programs or are really tight and inflexible, give this stretching program a try. PS: I am 67 years old!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. If you have never done any type of exercise or you have worked out daily, this little book is a “jewel for you”. After following the audio CD instructions for 15 minutes you will feel your whole body awake and the blood moving…Every bit as good as a cup of coffee.

    I bought this book one month before I had bilateral knee replacements. At 65 years-old I have been blessed with good health except for bad knees. I used this little book to get my body going each day. Since I have never exercised in my life this author’s clear instruction were so easy to follow. My many Physical Therapists all gave complete approval for the program. Enjoy!!!!

    A Morning Cup of Stretching (The Morning Cup series)
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. This little book doesn’t have much (or anything) that’s new, but it has been so helpful to me that I’ve given copies to several of my friends. I’ve been in other stretching classes and activities, but for me this is the best. It’s the first stretching program that has really helped energize me.

    I was ill in the fall with a strange neurological disorder and was left pretty weak. I’m 69 years old, and I felt fragile as well. I found this book that I had bought several years ago and not used. I started slowly, reading and trying out some stretches, until finally I was familiar enough with the process to use the CD. That’s when it really began to help.

    With reminders to those with physical limitations or difficulties, the activities feel very safe.

    The advantage for me of the CD is the built-in timing (30 seconds per stretch) and the regular reminders to breathe deeply, which I am now convinced makes all the difference. I’ve now purchased “A Morning Cup of Yoga”, which I expect to begin soon.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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