Staying Active During the Colder Winter Months

Staying Active During the Colder Winter Months

Winter is in full swing in all the cities we serve. From the mid-50s of Arizona and California to the chilly 30s and 40s of the east coast, it’s getting harder and harder to stay physically active throughout the season. Seniors or those healing from injury or illness have an especially hard time maintaining a healthy level of activity.

In order to maintain cardiovascular health, it’s important to find opportunities to exercise. That’s why we’ve put together a series of low-impact cardio vascular exercises for seniors or those healing to try out, right in the home. Add some time in your daily schedule to do a few sets of arm circles, arm punches, and stationary jumping jacks to active, even when it’s cold outside.

Find out more: https://www.americareinfo.com/low-impact-cardio-vascular-exercises-seniors/

If you’re in a warmer state and you’re looking for new opportunities to stay active, we’ve written some helpful articles to help you on your journey:

7 Ways Seniors Can Live a Heart-Healthy Lifestyle – https://www.americareinfo.com/7-ways-seniors-can-live-a-heart-healthy-lifestyle/

How to Introduce Regular Exercise as a Senior – https://www.americareinfo.com/how-to-introduce-regular-exercise-as-a-senior/

5 Ways to Stay Active at Home for Busy People – https://www.americareinfo.com/5-ways-to-stay-active-at-home-for-busy-people/

If you’re interested in getting mobility help for the senior in your life, contact us – we’re always happy to help!

By |2020-01-24T13:52:13+00:00January 24th, 2020|Elderly Care|Comments Off on Staying Active During the Colder Winter Months
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