Anne, who works with Age Concern, leads a fitness session at Place Leisure every Wednesday for people of all ages. Fitness has changed dramatically, becoming more inclusive and accessible to people of all ages and abilities.
It’s no longer just about getting in shape for a specific event or looking good in a swimsuit. Instead, it’s about promoting overall health and wellness and helping people to maintain their physical, mental, and emotional well-being throughout their lives.
This is especially true for those over 50, who may face unique challenges when staying active and healthy. By visiting active and engaging in regular exercise, older adults can improve their strength, flexibility, balance, and cardiovascular health and reduce their risk of chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease, and osteoporosis.
So whether you’re a senior looking to stay fit and healthy or a younger person looking to support the health and well-being of an older loved one, plenty of resources and programs are available to help you achieve your fitness goals and maintain a healthy lifestyle.