Aging Mobility?

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Adapt To The Challenges Of Aging!

Maintain Independence And Enjoyment

You hear plenty about aging immobility, with lots of lovely products, like walkers and canes, to help you get around. However! Quite often you can simply learn how to fix a life-time of bad habits (The author describes how he did it in his book), and learn how to make movements more effective (The author had to, to continue Ironman training in his 70s with aortic disease - we all get something later in life - let's enjoy it, anyway!).

Dr. Morgan presents his Observe, Question, Solve (OQS) Method, based on a lifetime of veterinary research, Ironman training, and a passion for optimal movement as we age.

Geneva, 89 years old, said, "Thank you Kevin. Why didn't anyone tell me this before. It even helps me get out of bed easily in the morning."

The application of OQS is explained as entertaining analogies, using stories from the life of a country veterinarian in England, in the 1970s, and as a research scientist for 40 years.

You will be taken through six simple steps, to improve body alignment, fixing a life-time of self-induced damage. Much of which is subconscious, and generally not noticed.

For instance, Dr. Morgan found that sitting the same way around for 50 years (right ankle on left knee) resulted in severe hip imbalance. This he fixed using OQS by sitting both ways, to improve his hip symmetry.

The six steps will teach you:
-Step One: The importance of observing subtle movements that can have serious implications for your health.
-Step Two: To question the obvious and understand that the underlying cause of your problems may be remote from the site of perceived pain.
-Step Three: How to solve your issues like a detective, applying clearly explained body-awareness techniques. This will help you to avoid the cost expensive medical guidance, when appropriate.
-Step Four: How to sit more effectively, to correct self-induced misalignments. This can be used to treat certain painful conditions, such as plantar fasciitis aka acute morning heel pain, in the author's experience.
-Step Five: To use standing as your body movement laboratory. Never to waste the opportunity of waiting in line again. For instance, you can use a simple exercise to improve your sense of balance, while you wait.
-Step Six: How to walk/run injury free, using gravity and your spinal elasticity to move more effectively across the surface of this wonderful planet, as you tackle the fascinating challenges of aging.

Changing The Way You Move includes suggested reading material, for optimal body movement and calming the mind. Enjoy your golden years, actively, by changing the way you move as you age.