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Many adults aged 65 and over spend, on average, 10 hours or more each day sitting or lying down, making them the most sedentary age group. As people are getting older, it becomes even more important to remain active in order to stay healthy and maintain the independence. If they do not stay active, all the things they have been doing and taken for granted may start to become that little bit harder.
Older adults are paying a high price for their inactivity, with higher rates of falls, obesity, heart disease and early death compared with the general population. If someone wants to stay pain-free, reduce the risk of mental illness, and be able to go out and stay independent well into old age, they're advised to keep moving.
There's also strong evidence that people who are active have a lower risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, some cancers, depression and dementia. Recent evidence suggests that regular exercise can reduce the risk of falling in older adults. [source: NHS]
Currently more and more seniors are exercising and seeking for specific advises regarding their conditions. As a Personal Trainer it is your duty to know what exercises are allowed for older people and which they should avoid. Do you know how properly investigate your clients? How to assess their movement and mobility?
Sign up for our free webinar PFS® Personal Training For Active Senior Free Webinar to learn all of that and even more! And to make it even easier for you - get the sample exercise program!
During the webinar you will learn about:
-Identifying the category of your older client
-Investigating your client (health and exercise history)
-What counts as light, moderate and vigorous physical activity for older adults
-Movement and flexibility assessments
-Health and exercise ingredients
-Kinetic chain checkpoints warm up
-Sample exercise program