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Albert E. Vicent Reveals His Longevity Secrets in ‘Elder Al’s Elderlies Massage & Exercises’
Date:8/13/2013

Salinas, CA (PRWEB) August 14, 2013

Elder Al’s Elderlies Massage & Exercises” by Albert E. Vicent (published by Trafford Publishing) is a pictorial demonstration of various massages and exercises performed by Vicent himself.

Vicent focuses on the importance of harmony between the body, mind and spirit at all times. He has been practicing the techniques featured in the book for decades and is a living example of how simple techniques can make an individual more alive and active.

“Elder Al’s Elderlies Massage & Exercises” describes massage tips to awaken the body, along with exercise routines for both the morning and the evening. Vicent also gives tips on how many, how often, and when to perform these exercises with detailed instructions and pictures.

According to a recent report published by the Global Economic Forum on Global Population Ageing, the global 80-plus population is growing at a steady rate - from 0.6% of the total world population in 1950 to 1.6% in 2011. It is expected to reach an incredible 400 million (4%) by the year 2050.

Given this expected increase in longevity, it becomes important for senior citizens, and everyone else, to form good habits to nourish and nurture their bodies so as to enjoy a healthy and balanced long life.

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