Posts tagged 'seniors'
By Aaron Bubbico, B.S. and Len Kravitz, PhD, March 25, 2014
“Due to muscle mass and strength decreases associated with aging and inactivity (referred to as sarcopenia), it is valuable to know that eccentric strength training is a principal training technique that can be incorporated with older male and female clients.
Tags: muscles , exercise , seniors , training
By bellicon, March 14, 2014
You can get either one or two support bars. If you need regular assistance while walking (such as a walker or cane), you should consider ordering a pair of support bars for stability. If you have some trouble with balance with other activities such as walking or climbing stairs, having at least one support bar will help you. If you think you may have trouble with balance but not sure if you need the help of the support bars you can always use the bellicon next to a wall when you first start using it. Once your body gets used to the bouncing you will not need the support.
Tags: seniors , support-bars