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5 Ways to Help Seniors Alleviate Loneliness.

By HUR USA

Loneliness adversely affects health and longevity and is associated with depression. The causes of loneliness are complex, but there are ways to combat its effects.

5 Key Features Your Strength Training Equipment Needs to Support a Senior Population

By HUR USA

If you're interested in supporting the fitness requirements of older adults, there are 5 key features to look for when choosing strength training equipment.

Exercise Should Be Fun at Every Age

By HUR USA

Perhaps the most important factor for long-term fitness is that it's enjoyable. Here are 7 types of exercise that are fun at any age.

The Direct Connection Between Depression and Exercise in Older Adults

By HUR USA

Research shows that exercise is a long-term solution for seniors suffering from depression. Here's what we know about the link between depression & exercise.

5 Best Practices for Fitness Trainers and Therapists Working with Older Adults

By HUR USA

Here are 5 Best Practices for fitness trainers to help older clients get active – and stay active – through regular exercise that includes strength training.

10 Tips for Leading Highly Engaging Senior Fitness Classes, part 2

By HUR USA

Senior fitness classes that successfully pull people together are an excellent way for seniors to care for their physical, mental and social health. Here are 10 tips for how instructors can create the most effective, engaging classes.

Maximizing Resident Engagement in Senior Living Communities

By HUR USA

For care professionals who work with seniors in Independent Living and Assisted Living Communities, maximizing engagement in wellness programs is a pressing topic. Here are some great ideas for maximizing engagement from an award wining neuropsychologist.

Keeping Long Term Care Seniors Healthy and Active

By HUR USA

Being intentional about an active lifestyle is a core component to supporting the health and quality of life for seniors with limited mobility. Here are 5 insights for helping seniors stay active in long term care.

Decreasing The Risk of Dementia

By HUR USA

50% of the risk of developing dementia is within our control. Here's a look at what we can do to lower the chances of developing dementia later in life.