Senior Health


• By 2039 1 in 5 Americans will be 65 or older.

• Obesity has more than doubled in the 50+ age group since 1982.

• Older adults face a 90% chance of becoming of hypertensive.

• Being hypertensive ups the risks of heart disease including heart attacks and stroke.

• Diabetes is expected to soar by 165% over the next 50 years.

• A sedentary lifestyle is the leading cause of death in older adults.


• Reduce the risk of developing or dying from heart disease.

• Reduces high blood pressure or lowers the risk of developing high blood pressure.

• Reduces cholesterol levels by raising your HDL (good cholesterol) and reduces your risk of developing high cholesterol.

• Reduces the risk of colon cancer and other cancers.

• Reduces your risk of diabetes and helps to keep insulin levels stable.

• Reduces body fat.

• Increase bone density through weight bearing exercise.

• Increases muscle strength which stabilizes joints and makes everyday tasks easier.

• Reduces stress, anxiety and depression.

• Reduces risk of cognitive impairment.

Regular exercise done at a low to moderate level 3-5 times a week will enhance work performance, enjoyment of everyday activities and provides energy and joy for living.

Exercise does not have to be hard or complicated. A simple walk and a few easy movements can make a world of difference in the way you feel and how you meet new challenges each day.

Our hope for you is that you find a fun and enjoyable way to get moving. We have a big beautiful world to live in and we should each enjoy our lives to their fullest.