As we age, we tend to experience an increasing number of physical challenges.
Slips and falls due to strength and balance issues can result in head injuries and broken hips. They are the leading cause of death among senior citizens. Declining muscle strength, less flexibility and increasing joint pain also impact most seniors. Maintaining good physical and mental health through low-impact exercise for older adults is extremely important.
Its holistic approach considers an individual as a whole system rather than just your individual parts or components in order to achieve optimal functioning.
It considers not only the physical but also the mental, emotional, and social aspects of your well-being.
Tai Chi: Meditation in Motion By Scott Gese
The slow movements of Tai Chi make it a safe and easily doable exercise for older adults. This form of exercise strengthens and stretches your muscles which will increase your flexibility and help improve the quality of your life.
Low-Impact Exercise: Walking By Scott Gese
Walking is one of the best forms of low-impact exercise for seniors of all fitness levels.
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