Structurally Sound: Renovating the Middle-Aged Body
Jonathan Paull, author
Structurally Sound - Renovating the Middle-Aged Body is written from the perspective of a Medical Exercise Specialist with more than 10 years of clinical experience in a physiotherapy and sports injuries clinic. The global population is aging, and as that happens, health concerns are increasing for middle-aged people, both men and women. Attempts to rectify health issues have created an epidemic of biomechanical injuries. More than 80% of the population have experienced or will experience some kind of biomechanical injury. Yet our fitness, health and wellness industry continues to saturate the market with gadgets and programs designed specifically for the healthy, uninjured minority. Structurally Sound - Renovating the Middle-Aged Body is a book for the masses, for those who have not witnessed beneficial results while exercising, for those who have injured themselves or for those who live lives of restrictions and setbacks created by the fitness industry's minority train of thought.