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Why Stretching is Important in Active Aging and Functional Training

Stretching keeps joints flexible, improves energy, and supports older adults in activities of daily life. Learn more about how stretching supports exercise and functional training in active aging.

Why Data Matters: Evidence-Based Active Aging Exercise Programs for Seniors

Evidence-based exercise programs tightly measure the probability of consistent and reliable positive change in those who use them. For the ‘active aging’ senior, they are particularly affirming. Learn more!

5 Strength Training Exercises that Will Challenge Active Seniors

Many exercises directed at older adults aren’t challenging enough for those who are already active and strong. Check out these 5 strength training exercises that will challenge active seniors, supporting an independent life.

Proven Fall Prevention in Long-Term Residential Aged Care Facilities

The Sunbeam Program was tested for its ability to reduce fall rates in residential aged care facilities. The results showed a remarkable 55% fall rate reduction! Find out more today!

7 Seated Exercises for Seniors to Improve Strength

Fitness training improves muscular strength and expands flexibility. Check out these 7 seated exercises for seniors that can improve quality of life today!

8 Effective Seated Exercises for Wheelchair Bound Seniors

Did you know that strength training can greatly improve daily life for wheelchair bound seniors? Here are 8 seated exercises that build whole-body strength.

3 Fall Prevention Strategies for Senior Living Facilities

Falls are common and costly, but they are also preventable. These three proven strategies can significantly reduce the risk of falling for seniors today!

Fall Prevention: Assessing Fall Risk Factors

Seniors can be at risk for falls and not know it! Learn how accurate, personal fall risk assessment encourages participation in fall prevention programs!

The Most Effective Workouts for Seniors

We know regular exercise is important. And yet, one government study estimates that nearly 80% of American adults do not get the recommended amounts of exercise each week. Those least likely to engage in physical activity? Adults 65 and older. Here are some effective workouts for older adults.

5 Things Competitors can Teach you About Senior Strength Training

How do senior fitness programs get the very best results? Find out what looking at your competitors can teach you about senior strength training now!