Research suggests that growing older doesn't mean you have to lose your strength and ability to do everyday tasks and the things you enjoy doing. But an inactive lifestyle does mean that you probably will lose some of your strength and ability, and that you will be at higher risk for diseases and disabilities. Fortunately, researchers have found that even many frail people can improve their health and independence by increasing their physical activity. Challenging exercises and physical activities done on a regular basis can help many older adults improve their health, even when done at a moderate level. They may prevent or delay a variety of diseases and disabilities associated with aging.
You may mix & match the different sections listed above depending on how much time you have and how you are feeling each day. In addition, you will see three different levels for each exercise, so you will be able to "customize" this workout to meet your particular needs. You'll love the upbeat encouragement and helpful cues, and you will be amazed at how quickly you progress! Order now.
3-5 lb. weights for Strength Training (Not Included)
Instruction by Sue Grant:
Sue is a Certified Master Instructor for FallProof, an internationally recognized Balance and Mobility training program that is also certified by the American Council on Exercise and the Arthritis Foundation. Sue holds a Professional Certificate in Fitness Instruction and in Exercise Science from UC San Diego, specializing in both Personal Training and Group Fitness Instruction. She is a certified Older Adult Fitness Specialist. Most importantly, her lifelong love for fitness is contagious. She is passionate about helping older adults stay fit and active at any age.