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The current Tufts Health Newsletter warmly recommends The Younger Next Year Exercise Program (By Bill Fabrocini, Harry and me). ​ No surprise, but I passionately agree. ​This little book – especially Bill Fabrocini’s detailed strength training guide and Riggs Klika’s aerobics guide – is simply the best thing out there to tell you what to do every day to have a good life. All of it is key but – as the Tufts piece says – the ten minute “daily warm-up” really is revolutionary. I do it religiously and it makes all the difference for avoiding joint pain and increasing range of motion and mobility. If this is ALL you do (and we recommend much more) you will be much further ahead. DON’T GET OLD WITHOUT IT, HONEST. – Chris

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