Exercises for Seniors
It's important to stay active as we age but how to do so can be confusing. We've compiled some of the many ways seniors can engage in physical acticity.
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Active seniors are dramatically changing what it means to grow older. And exercise—for both the mind and body—plays a huge role in how active those later years can be. In the second installment of his two-part series, ACE Certified pro Lawrence Biscontini offers some of his favorite exercises for helping active aging clients improve both their physical and mental activities of daily life.
Regular exercise can help you to remain independent, improve balance and mobility, and reduce symptoms of illness or pain. In addition to the physical benefits, exercise provides great mental benefits as well. Learn more about this quick 20-minute workout for seniors to increase strength. The best part? You can do this workout at home!