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February 26, 2021
Physical activity is undoubtedly good for you – a fact that has probably followed you throughout all stages of your life. From grade school gym class to your doctor encouraging regular exercise at your annual physical, physical activity is necessary for your health and well-being.
Research shows that regular physical activity contributes to a longer life expectancy and an overall higher quality of life. Healthy aging requires that you live an active lifestyle to reap the benefits of exercise.
Increasing your physical activity or maintaining your already vigorous exercise routine offers the following benefits:
The key to making exercise a normal part of your weekly routine is finding something you enjoy doing. After all, finding a physical activity that excites you can motivate you to stick with it each day or week. Here are some exercise tips to follow if you’re new to working out:
Episcopal SeniorLife Communities understands the importance for seniors to adopt healthy exercise routines. This is why we offer our Virtual Neighborhood Program, which provides our residents and members with exercise, fun and friendships. Our Neighborhood Program offers the resources you need to live a healthy lifestyle through nutrition education, strength training, informative presentations and a variety of other senior activities.
Our programs are designed to bring you into a social network where you can enhance your overall lifestyle and improve your physical strength, balance and endurance. We are now offering a schedule of virtual program options to help residents and members remain active from the safety of their own home.
Are you ready to learn more about how Episcopal SeniorLife Communities can help you live an active and fulfilling lifestyle? Contact us today to learn more about our senior living options and wellness programs.