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High-speed training is an effective way to increase power, reduce the risk of falling, and minimize the loss of independence in older adults. Here's why.
These 6 objections keep many older adults from exercising. We break them down and get to the truth about regular physical exercise at any age.
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How do traditional weight stacking machines compare to pneumatic strength training equipment in senior fitness? Here's how they compare across 4 essential areas.
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.