Stretching for 50+
By Dr. Karl Knopf.
PART ONE: Getting Started
A discussion of the theory of stretching, particularly for older people.
PART TWO: Specialised Programs
Specialised stretching programs to help chronic conditions, and to add
flexibility for recreational pursuits such as tennis, swimming, golf and biking,
and daily activities such as walking, driving, gardening and shovelling snow.
PART THREE: The Stretches
Stretches for the neck, chest and shoulders, upper legs and low back,
hands and wrists, and total body.