No doubt you have already heard of Miranda Esmonde-White, a new phenomenon in terms of physical health that has become famous throughout the world thanks to her Essentrics exercise program which today surpasses the Pilates method which had been very successful in the 1980s and 1990s.
If you had added to your 2021 resolution list to get back in shape without going to the gym, especially since they are closed, here is the book for you. Not only will you be able to regain your teenage flexibility, but this book will also allow you to reverse the time process and look 10 years younger with just 30 minutes of exercise a day. At the very least, that is what promises Miranda Esmonde-White, originally from Edmonton, a former ballerina, who then moved to Montreal and opened a training studio there. Now 71 years old, the one who has been successful with her TV shows including the series Aging Backwards, broadcast on the American network PBS, which has also sold its exercise DVDs for several years around the world and which has also published books that have climbed to the top of the list of bestsellers of New York Times, has hundreds of instructors around the world who teach its Essentrics technique.
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