It is critical for your health to remain active in your later years. The recommended 150 minutes of moderate-intensity activity per week for healthy adults over the age of 65 can help keep muscles strong and allow people to participate in all of their favorite activities. But,...Read more
Balance is something most people take for granted until it’s challenged by a medical condition, medication or advanced age, which dulls our balance senses and causes most seniors to gradually become less stable on their feet over time.Read more
Very beneficial....I’ve been using this video through my independent living center. In the last several months I have gained so much strength that surprises me. Before starting this I co...Read more
With little advancement in the ability for drugs to treat dementia, many people are left asking: What can I do to help prevent or delay the onset of cognitive decline and dementia? What can I do to maintain healthy living as I grow older?
Staying fit forever: ‘Even people using walkers or wheelchairs are exercising’ “You have to be active,” Becker says, imitating a hunched-over person thumbing a cell phone. “Everyone is sitting in front of a computer all day. You have to move your entire body.” ...Read more