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Get moving! This 120-page guide describes the benefits of exercise and physical activity for older people. Learn how to set exercise goals and stick to them. Includes sample exercises for endurance, strength, balance, and flexibility and a list of resources.
Learn about getting fit using the four types of exercise, how to stay safe while exercising, and the benefits of exercise in avoiding age-related conditions. Find additional exercise and physical activity resources for older adults.
Find sample workout exercises to keep up your physical activities and to help with strength, balance, and flexibility as you get older. A handy guide that includes step-by-step instructions and photos, to use at home or on the go.
Improve strength, balance, flexibility, and endurance with the Go4Life Everyday Exercises from the National Institute on Aging video. Designed for older adults, this DVD features strength, balance, and flexibility exercises that can be done at home, at work, at the gym—almost anywhere.
It’s important for older people to avoid falling. Learn some tips to prevent a fall or fracture such as staying physically active and knowing the side effects of your medicines Get for making your home safe to prevent falls.
Get tips for starting a simple, safe exercise program at home. This tip sheet is available as a PDF and an eBook. You can also find information about exercise and physical activity in Caring for a Person with Alzheimer’s Disease: Your Easy-to-Use Guide from the National Institute on Aging.
NIA offers single copies and bulk quantities of this free bookmark as part of its Go4Life exercise and physical activity campaign for older adults. Quantities may be ordered by senior centers, healthcare providers, fitness centers, and other organizations. The colorful, 3” x 8” bookmark tells readers about the campaign and the Go4Life website. It also briefly describes of NIA’s Go4Life exercise and physical activity campaign.