All posts within: exercise

Oct
18

fit after 50Growing old requires adjusting to a great many changes, and how we take care of our bodies is one of the most meaningful ones. We realize the necessity of remaining physically active, but might not know that the old tried-and-true physical exercise techniques we’ve long utilized should be altered when getting fit after 50 years old, because of an increase in injuries and soreness… read more


Posted October 18, 2017
Tags: exercise, Senior Health

 

Jun
13

Arthritis and ExerciseThe rule to exercise and stay as active as possible for the best health applies to older adults as well! But for those struggling with arthritis, the pain can create a barrier to maintaining a healthy level of physical fitness.

The good news is, the most recent recommendations ease back on the intensity of activity for elderly people with arthritis, indicating… read more


Posted June 13, 2017
Tags: Arthritis, exercise, Senior Health

 

Feb
22

It’s hard to make healthy dietary choices when recommendations seem to change from one week to the next. We’d been informed that saturated fats that are found in foods such as red meat, butter and fried food were bad for our heart health, but later research advised there wasn’t enough proof that individuals who gave up these foods improved their heart health - and for that reason,… read more


Posted February 22, 2017
Tags: exercise

 

Feb
05

When you’re young, active living is easy. You’re running errands, riding your bike with the kids, walking up stairs to head to work. It’s just easier to get plenty of exercise in our younger years. However, as we age, it’s natural for the pace of life to slow down, and many people assume that with aging comes a reduced need for physical fitness, or even that exercise can… read more


Posted February 05, 2015
Tags: exercise

 

Oct
15

Independence-4-Seniors has been encouraging seniors in the Hinsdale and Chicago areas to get up and get moving. In addition to increasing strength and endurance and improving one’s quality of life, seniors can reduce their risk of falls through exercise.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one of the ways that older adults can stay independent and reduce their chances of falling is through regular exercise that focuses on… read more


Posted October 15, 2014
Tags: exercise, fall prevention

 

 

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