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.
We reviewed 5 types of balance and strength training equipment that every senior-focused fitness center should consider in order to improve falls prevention within their communities.
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.
Having an at-home exercise routine is important for many seniors who want to maintain a consistent physical fitness routine no matter what. Here's how.
High Intensity Interval Training is a series of intense work and rest periods. For older adults, HIIT can improve fitness, reduce body fat, and improve chronic illness.
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.
Exercise is one of the best things we can do to feel young & healthy into our 70’s and beyond. So, what are the best kinds of exercises over age 70?
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.
Progressive Resistance Training is an effective way for Seniors to build strength and recover from injury. Here are 5 ways to add progressive resistance into any training plan.
While most care professionals understand the importance of strength training, it can be difficult to encourage seniors to add regular workouts into their week. Here's how to encourage seniors to just get started!