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SENIOR FITNESS

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We’re proud to have been selected as one of the few centers nationally to deliver The SilverSneakers Fitness Program. These fitness centers are selected for this network because they meet the very high standards deemed necessary for the delivery of top-notch seniors programs, including:

  • Convenience and ease of access for senior members

  • Quality and variety of equipment

  • Attentive, senior-friendly staff

  • Safety and cleanliness

The SilverSneakers program offers an innovative blend of physical activity, healthy lifestyle and socially oriented programming that allows older adults to take greater control of their health. SilverSneakers members receive:

  • A full fitness center membership

  • Access to any participating fitness center throughout the U.S. while traveling

  • Customized SilverSneakers classes designed exclusively for older adults who want to improve their strength, flexibility, balance and endurance

  • Health education seminars and other events that promote the benefits of a healthy lifestyle

  • A specially trained Senior Advisor at the fitness center to introduce you to SilverSneakers and acquaint you with their site

It is never too late to start an organized fitness program. Studies at Stanford University showed that regular moderate exercise can produce startling improvements in strength, cardiovascular conditioning, flexibility, balance and body composition. And even more important, the greatest improvements were seen to take place among the most severely de-conditioned. Seniors can gain strength at approximately the same rate as younger people. Increases in strength by as much as 40% have been documented for persons as old as 96. Some studies suggest that as little as 3 or 4 months of proper training can reverse as much as 30 years of decline in function.

 

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