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By Gonçalo Nuno Figueiredo Dias, Micael Santos Couceiro

This e-book provides an research of lively getting older and actual task from a multidisciplinary viewpoint. With descriptions of workouts, properly illustrated with photographs, this e-book exhibits that commonplace actual task reduces the superiority of continual ailments linked to getting old, in addition to the danger of morbidity and mortality of the aged. It confirms that workout courses reduce the psychomotor decline, hinder the lack of performance, lack of ability and dementia, and foster major profits in healthiness and future health, resulting in elevated caliber of lifetime of the elderly.

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