Watching your parents age isn’t easy. Many seniors struggle with disease, mobility, strength, and even the ability to perform regular daily tasks.
By including your loved one in exercise, you’re actively encouraging a positive aging process that influences the body, mind, and spirit.
Exercise Supports Joints & Mobility
Weightlifting, yoga, and other forms of exercise support joint health.
Exercise Support Physical Independence
Strength and mobility allow seniors to maintain their physical independence.
Exercise Spurs Cognitive Health
Working out can help improve memory, learning, and even higher thinking!
Exercise Helps Regulate Emotions
Movement and exercise releases serotonin. The physical release of energy can help clear the mind, decrease stress, and help seniors sleep deeper.
Exercise Allows You To Spend Active Time Together
Exercise is a productive way to bond with family. Going to the gym or walking around the block is also a great way to break out of a rut!
Exercise Encourages Self Care
Exercise can create confidence and physical strength that makes self care easier to manage.
Exercise is a way to boost strength and independence. Aging doesn’t have to be a swift decline!