Regular exercise reduces the risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, hypertension, obesity, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, and depression.   In fact, there's hardly a condition that doesn't benefit from exercise. 

Helping older adults and individuals with medical conditions live a better life.

Get the Amazing Benefits of Exercise!
Exercise is Medicine
Exercise used to be an enjoyable part of daily life.  We played active games outside with friends, and walked to our favorite neighborhood store.    It can be this way again for most of us, regardless of age or medical condition.

Make it fun!
Recent scientific research tells us that as little as 10 minutes of moderate, daily exercise has  measureable health benefits.  It doesn't take much time or effort to begin enjoying a healthier and more satisfying life. 

Less is more
Exercise is a healthy habit that you can develop following simple principles of behavior change.  It's never too late to start your exercise routine, or to try again if you have been unsuccessful in the past.  We can show you how.

Get in the habit
Cardio exercise significantly reduces the risk of diabetes and other chronic conditions.  Start getting the benefits with as little as 10-15 minutes of light to moderate activity.  You'll feel happier and more energetic.
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Resistance exercises, exercises that build strength, reduce the risk of osteoporosis and other medical conditions. Strength training also slows the loss of lean muscle mass caused by aging and reduces the risk of muscle strains and injuries.
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Balance exercises reduce the risk of falling.  Falls can be a major cause of serious injury and physical disability, especially in older adults.  Balance exercises can be incorporated into your daily exercise program.

Benefits of exercise