Fitness Clubs for Seniors | Exercise for Seniors Rochester NY
Deaf Hard of Hearing and Speech Impaired
Carlson Metro Center
444 E Main St
Rochester Spa & Body Club
109 Liberty Pole Way
Center For Lifetime Wellness
435 E Henrietta Rd
Alcohol Drug Eating and Gambling Problems
National Council On Alcoholism ; Drug Dependence
Downtown Fitness Club
50 Chestnut Street
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Program of the Hlth Asscti
1 Mount Hope Ave
Alcoholism Natinl Cncl On Alchlsm and Drg Dpndncro
1 Mount Hope Ave
Feels Great Inc
1100 University Ave Ofc
Exercise for Seniors
Human beings might try to control nature as much as they want, but in the end nature inevitably gets back to us. In spite of the numerous anti-aging treatments, the fact remains that we cannot stop or reverse the ways of nature. But what we can control is the way we lead our lives and how we adapt to aging. By leading a healthy and disciplined lifestyle, eating the right kind of food in the right proportions, and exercising regularly, you can slow down the process of aging.
If you have been exercising all your life, you do not need to worry about the effects of a slow down in activity levels immediately, but if you have neglected your health, "NOW" is the time to bring in a change. Please do consult your doctor, however, before starting any new exercise program. There are special exercises for seniors, which help keep problems like joint pain and arthritis at bay. Aerobic exercise is also good for seniors.
Some of the changes that happen as you age
∗ As your body ages, some of the changes that take place can include a loss of:
∗ Strength: As you age, there is a loss of muscle strength and quality of tissue in your body.
∗ Endurance: Aerobic fitness is lost with age, which leads to reduced mobility in life.
∗ Flexibility: Flexibility changes with age and you will notice stiffness in your joints as days pass.
∗ Balance: Body balance also decreases with age, and each year, hospitals treat over 300,000 patients...
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