Excellent job, Barbara Craig-Schniepp! One thing about Barb, she always brings a great attitude and a smile even when out of her comfort zone! We are proud of her!
Some art forms require equipment, supplies and space. But you can write poetry anywhere.
Tai Chi Offers a Gentle, Flowing Approach to Fitness After 50
Golfing, tennis, running and other outdoor sports are just as important later in life as they were in our 20s, 30s, and 40s. You still want a strong drive on the golf course, a good serve in tennis, and stamina to enjoy a run.
Arthritis affects more than 350 million people around the world, and it’s a leading cause of disability.
Aurilla Woodburn has always been outdoorsy, active and strong. So, when she was diagnosed with osteoporosis a few years ago, she didn’t hesitate to start regular resistance training in a fitness studio to improve her bones and muscles.
It’s no secret that some racial minorities have higher rates of heart disease, certain types of cancer, and other health problems. Plus, minority communities are often under-represented in the health and medical fields. And cultural barriers present extra challenges to access and treatment.
Too much sitting was already identified as a health hazard in recent years, particularly among mature adults. It has been blamed for increasing the risk of cancer, heart disease, diabetes and premature aging, as well as cognitive decline among mature adults.
People all over the world are having to make sacrifices because of the coronavirus. In just a few short days, the pandemic became the latest “new normal” affecting everything in our lives. But here’s one thing it doesn’t change: You still need to exercise on a regular basis.
Deidra Champagne spends all day making beautiful floral arrangements at her business, and in her off-time, you can find her sweating it out at the gym, staying strong, limber and fit for the demands of running her shop and enjoying her vegetable garden at home.