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  1. Start a Micro Senior Group Exercise Class for Fully Vaccinated Seniors

    Older adults that are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, are ready to start doing activities of pre-pandemic days.  The CDC has advised that once you are fully vaccinated you can gather indoors with other fully vaccinated people without wearing a mask or staying 6 feet apart.  You don't have to live in an assisted living facility or retirement community to start or join a Senior Group Exercise Class.  If your friends have been fully vaccinated try something different than joining a large exercise class.   Create your own Micro Senior Group Exercise Class with 3-5 group members.  You can take turns hosting the Micro Group Exercise Class and turn it into a social engagement that focuses on health and wellness.
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  2. Get Fit Anywhere


    2016 is a new year for resolutions and for many that #1 resolution is to get in shape. Pairing with that resolution usually is a membership to one’s local fitness center. According to statista.com, 2014 had over 54.1 million memberships at fitness centers/ health clubs up from 32.8 million back in 2000 (1). This means that over 17% of the US population is currently enrolled in a fitness center. Now enrolling is the easy part, the hard part is actually attending and making the most of it.

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  3. Long-Term Care Residents in Wheelchairs Can – and Should -- Exercise

    Long-Term Care Residents in Wheelchairs Can – and Should -- Exercise

    Nursing home residents are physically frail, and possibly approaching the end of their lives. So what’s the point of exercise, especially for someone in a wheelchair?  Too often, I believe, professionals and staff in long-term care environments accept this defeatist attitude.

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  4. Stop Back Pain with these Top Sellers!

    Neckpro Cervical Traction Device Almost everyone experiences back pain at some time in their lives.  For me, and I suspect for most, back pain is surprisingly debilitating and ridiculously persistent.  The good news is there are products to help manage back pain or even eliminate it all together.  

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  5. 5 Tips for Successful New Year's Resolutions

    Magneciser Pedal Exerciser Starting the year with a list of New Year's Resolutions may be as commonplace as ending the year without them. Perhaps therein lies the problem - starting with a list of resolutions intead of just one specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-based (S.M.A.R.T.) goal . . .  but I digress.  Below are a few tricks to improve your chances of making the right resolution(s) and seeing them through to success.  You can do it!

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  6. Exercise Equipment for Winter Workouts

    Jacob's Ladder Total Body Exerciser If inclement weather is forcing your workouts indoors,  we have just the right workout equipment to keep you in shape over the winter.  No need to pay for a gym membership year after year.  Instead, invest in your own home gym and in no time you'll have everything you need to accomplish any fitness goal, plus the ultimate weapon against missing workouts - geographical desirability. 

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  7. 5 Water Workouts - Low Impact, Big Results

    If swimming laps isn't your idea of a great time, there are plenty of other ways to cool off, give your joints a break and get a fantastic workout with a splash of fun.  Water workouts can make a world of difference in your physical rehab or fitness program no matter what kind of shape you're in.  The water's weight and viscosity provides impact-free resistance and remarkably fast results. 

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  8. Best Products for Back Pain

    Back pain relief is tricky.  First there is the business of reducing or eliminating the back pain.  Then there are products to prevent the pain from coming back, and if all else fails there are aids to make daily life less painful for those living with chronic back pain. 

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  9. Become a Better Skier, Snowboarder or Skater - Olympics Inspired Strategies

    We watch these amazing athletes like Shaun White, Lindsey Vonn, and Bode Miller tearing up the slopes in the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics and the next thing you know we're booking a ski vacation.  

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  10. Prevent Slips 'n Falls at Home

    The 2010 Winter Olympics start on February 12th and we are sure to see plenty of spills and thrills.  And though slips and falls are commonplace in the arena or on the slopes, they shouldn't happen at home.  

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