Gentle Yoga, Chair Aerobics, And Stomping On The Floor: How Seniors Are Staying Fit At Home thanks to the Fall Stop Home Delivery online classes.
The Level Two workout video with five exercise sessions demonstrated by Founder & President Celeste Carlucci is an advanced program that includes targeted exercises to increase your strength, flexibility, confidence, and vitality.
Our Level One workout video with four exercise sessions demonstrated by Founder & President Celeste Carlucci is an introductory program that includes targeted exercises to increase your strength, flexibility, confidence, and vitality.
Daily I find myself imploring my Fallstoppers (Fall Stop...MOVE STRONG™ class participants) to “Organize Your Body!” To help explain what I mean, I ask them to imagine each of their bodies as a tree moving through space.
aily I find myself imploring my Fallstoppers (Fall Stop...MOVE STRONG™ class participants) to “Organize Your Body!” To help explain what I mean, I ask them to imagine each of their bodies as a tree moving through space.
Put your mind in your feet. 53% of falls in healthy older adults occur while walking. When we go about our business each day, we probably never ask ourselves whether we’re walking safely. When we rush, multi-task, and are distracted we’re less likely to be aware of those broken sidewalks, uneven surfaces, cracks in the pavement, that last staircase step. It is very important that we walk mindfully. Here are eight tips to reduce the risk of slips, trips, near-misses and falls while walking. Read my guest post article on Thrive Global.
Starting with Thanksgiving, we have come into our most joyful time of the year, gathering with those we love to share good laughs, good food and, we hope, good nutrition.
It’s Fall Prevention Awareness Week, a good time to reflect on how serious a problem falls are. One third of adults 65 and older fall each year. The direct annual medical costs related to falls are $30 billion. By 2020, the over-65 U.S. population is projected to be 55 million, and projected annual medical costs related to falls are $54.9 billion. […]
Flying to a much-anticipated vacation? To a quick weekend getaway? On another business trip? Here are some inflight exercises to get you to your destination feeling fresh and ready to go. And don’t forget to stay well hydrated! […]
Experiencing a fall in your 60s can be an early wake up call. It can alert you to acknowledge and address some of the changes your body is undergoing. Maybe your balance, hearing or vision has begun to decline, or overall physical strength has decreased. Cognitively, perhaps you have slowed; you find it more difficult to multitask, to do more than one thing at a time. A new medication might be increasing your risk of a fall. If you're faced with any of these issues, you should consult your doctor.