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Keeping Safe In The Home Before The Move
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By Rebekah Alcalde
You may have heard of HIIT workouts, which stands for high-
Here are a few ideas to get started? Also check with your local senior or activity center to see if there are free or low impact exercise classes there!
This one seems like a no brainer, but walking is amazing for you. It can help maintain a healthy weight, strengthen your joints and improve your mood, balance and coordination. It’s also a nice social activity you can do outdoors with friends or family members, or indoor on a treadmill, where you can adjust the slope or pace without much fuss. Love watching TV? You can walk on a treadmill in front of your favorite soap opera and burn calories at the same time.
Similar to a treadmill, an elliptical offers an even more low-
TRX Suspension training
Swimming and water aerobics
Another ultimate low-
There are many forms of exercise that connect the mind and body, and tai chi is the perfect example. This ancient Chinese form is a low-
Yoga and chair yoga
Yoga is another mind-
Have mobility issues? No problem! Chair yoga is a modified form of the art, which makes it more accessible who cannot stand or have trouble maintaining standing postures. Most of the basic body mechanics stay the same while seated, but students can still work their core and stretch their arms to perform twists, hip stretches, forward bends and more. Benefits include healthier breathing habits, reduced stress, improved muscle tone, better sleep and a happier sense of well-
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