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Program 19 

“Some physical activity is better than none at all” 

Aging is associated with progressive decline in activity levels, which are also influenced by education, gender, ethnicity and income. 

Older adults are more likely to engage in lower intensity activities, such as walking, Gardening, biking or playing golf rather than running, doing aerobics or team sports. 


Get your loved one into an environment where they can pursue activities that stimulate their need to become active in all areas of their lives. 

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Exercise is Essential to Healthy Aging 

Regular daily physical activity is one of the most important things a senior can do for their health. It can prevent many of the health problems that seem to come with age. It also helps their muscles grow stronger so they can keep doing their day-to-day activities without depending on others. 

Keep in mind, some physical activity is better than none at all.  

Here is a list of just some benefits of daily exercise:  

  • Weight management – Adults who sit less and do small amounts of moderate-to-vigorous exercise not only lose weight, but can usually maintain and keep it off.  
  • Reduce your Risk of Cardiovascular Disease, Type 2 Diabetes, some Cancers, and improve your quality of life. 
  • Strengthen your bones and muscles – As we age, it’s important to protect our bones, joints, and muscles – they support our body and help us move.  
  • Daily activities and prevent falls – You are more likely to have a fall if you are having trouble climbing stairs, grocery shopping, or playing with your grandchildren.  
  • Increase your chances of living longer – Science shows that physical activity can reduce your risk of dying early. Only a few lifestyle choices have as large an impact on your health as physical activity. 

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Great coaches always say that to be elite is 90% to 100% mental. Yet, when we have an extra 5-10 minutes, we usually do more putts more physical exercise or maybe a few laps. Why not spend those 5-10 minutes training your mind? You can build a regular habit of self-reflection, visualization, journaling and other proven tools to toughen your mental game.  

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