1. THIS EASY EXERCISE LOWERS WOMEN’S DEMENTIA RISK BY 90%

    BEING FIT IN MIDDLE-AGE LOWERS WOMEN’S DEMENTIA RISK You may spend a lot of time working out, but there's a fitness reward you might not expect: better memory in your senior years. New research finds that being physically fit around age 50 lowers a woman's risk of developing memory-robbing dementi…Read More

  2. Finding Motivation for Fitness When You’re Over 50

    Fitness over 50 is no joke, especially if you have been out of shape for years. If it’s hard for a 25-year-old to get motivated to go to the gym, start a jogging routine, or start exercising consistently, it’s that much harder for you. I understand completely. When I was 75, I had been out of sh…Read More

  3. 4 Reasons Why Seniors Struggle to Get the Exercise They Need

    Most people (of any age) know very well that they should exercise, but they struggle to do it. However, the excuses seem to compound themselves with age, making it seem like you’ll never get in shape. Don’t lose hope! You are not helpless, you are not doomed, and you do have choices. Part of kno…Read More

  4. Senior Fitness Tips for Greater Well-Being

    Have you experienced less well-being as you age? If you are over 50, you probably can say that you don't feel as much wellbeing as you used to experience when you were younger. No longer can you eat whatever you want, get up bright-eyed and bushy-tailed in the morning, or go through the day pain-fre…Read More

  5. 6 THINGS YOU CAN TO DO TO INSURE A HAPPY RETIREMENT

    Daniela Barnea, “71 and proud of it, 6 “CRITICALLY IMPORTANT” things, that can POSITIVELY change your lifestyle 1. Keep mentally active: Challenge yourself by taxing your brain power constantly: Subscribe to your local newspaper. I realize most of the national news is controversial and depress…Read More

  6. USE IT OR LOSE IT

    There are a lot of fun ways to stay active that don’t require a gym. “Older adults who exercise are more likely to maintain their motor skills over time.” Over 60? Time to Move It or Lose It DON’T FALL INTO THIS FATAL TRAP USE IT or LOSE IT . . . .As we age, if we don’t continually use our…Read More