Attending Cardiologist at University of Chicago Hospitals Recommends Stronger Seniors Workout Program

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Dr. Allen S. Anderson, M.D., F.A.C.C. Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Chicago and the Director of Center for Heart Failure Management has recommended the Stronger Seniors Workout Program for his patients.

Dr. Allen S. Anderson, M.D., F.A.C.C., Attending Cardiologist, University of Chicago Hospitals, Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Chicago and the Director of Center for Heart Failure Management has recommended the Stronger Seniors Workout Program for his patients.

“These videos offer a safe, practical workout suitable for any senior who desires to increase mobility, strength and endurance. I would recommend this program to my patients with chronic cardiovascular conditions who need to begin an exercise regimen or who have had difficulty maintaining an exercise routine.”

The Stronger Seniors Workout Program is a two video set of chair exercises that are safe, easy to follow, and designed especially for seniors. Anne Pringle Burnell is the founder and creator of the Stronger Seniors Workout Program as seen on Lifetime television, The History Channel, and CNN. Ms. Pringle was chosen as the presenting instructor at the American Cancer Society Walk & Roll in Chicago for 2004 & 2005,

Ms. Pringle also developed the Peyow Aqua Pilates program which premiered at the Peninsula Spa. Anne is certified by the Aerobics & Fitness Association of America, and she has been a guest instructor at spas and resort throughout the Caribbean. Her other certifications include: Stott Pilates, Nia Technique, Kickboxing, Precision Cycling, Aquatics, Seniors, Pre & Postnatal exercise.

Ms. Pringle teaches at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, University Club, Center for Older Adults at the 4th Presbyterian Church, the Peninsula Spa Chicago, and Elements in Motion, Stott Pilates Certification Center.

You can visit the Stronger Seniors website at http://www.strongerseniors.com

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