Active aging is the answer to a long and healthy retirement lifestyle.
From independent and assisted living to memory care, adults ages 55 and up can achieve optimal health by engaging in a consistent regiment of physical activity. Seniors living in a retirement community often have access to health and fitness programs that incorporate aerobics, strength training, and sports of varying ability levels. One of the main components of building physical activity behavior is social support.
For the full story see the Sept. 15 issue and the e-Edition at http://www.etypeservices.com/Murphy%20MonitorID247/default.aspx