1. Its a fact: Moderate cardiovascular and strength-training programs offer substantial improvement and cognitive functioning in adults 65+.
  2. According to The Journal of Aging Research, exercise training offers a profound positive physical effect on frail older adults.
  3. Research via the International Journal of Exercise Science states that power training helps older adults improve their ability to perform activities on a daily basis.
  4. The Journal of Behavioral Medicine reports that physical activity helps build self-esteem and amp social skills for seniors.
  5. Cutting-edge research shows that it is actually older adultsfear of falling that creates more falls than actual loss of balance. Walking is a primary means for seniors to practice balance and stay fit.