Introduction Foreword 1. Why Exercise 2. Encouragements and Warnings 3. Before You Begin 4. Life Situations 5. First Exercises: For Nonbelievers 6. Getting Started on an Exercise Program 7. Breathing 8. Basic Program: Chair Exercises 9. Basic Program: Standing Exercises 10. Special Exercises: Neck, Tension, Sleep 11. Special Exercises: Beauty and Weight Control 12. Advanced Program: Exercises for the Well-Conditioned 13. The Miracle Box 14. Starting a Group Exercise Program 15. A Group Exercise Program 16. Education and Exercise
Magda Rosenberg is now in her fourth decade conducting physical fitness classes. She continues her service as a consultant for government agencies, senior citizen groups and adult education programs. Born and educated in Europe, she lives in New York where she has raised four children and now dotes on five grandchildren.
I strongly recommend Sixty-Plus and Fit Again not only for older persons and their families, but for practitioners in the field of aging. The exercises are described in a manner which makes them easily applied, even for the physically handicapped. -- Katharine R. Halkin, Former Director of Senior Citizens Program, Economic Opportunity Commision of Nassau County, Inc., New York A useful guide to a more vigorous, energetic lifestyle for older people. Younger retirees as well as older men and women will greatly benefit from it. -- Bernard Warach, Former Executive Director, Jewish Association for Services for the Aged, New York I can see why Magda Rosenberg has so many enthusiastic followers...I hope her message reaches many senior citizens because it will surely inspire them to keep in better physical shape. The older generation at whom this work is aimed will be able to comprehend its messages and follow her well-planned exercises. -- Morton Levy