Hot Off the Presses!

In the newly released November 2018 JAMA article The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, it states -approximately 80% of US adults and adolescents are insufficiently active. The good news is that according to the study-Individuals performing the least physical...

It’s never too late to start exercising!

Harvard Health Letter It’s never too late to start exercising! Exercise can ward off chronic disease and help you maintain your independence and mobility. But the older we get in the United States, the less active we are, according to a study published Sept. 16,...

Using Tai Chi to Build Strength

The New York Times  Sept 10, 2018 by Jane Brody,  Photo-Gracia Lam Tai Chi can be easily learned by people of all ages. If you’re not ready to do strength training with weights, Tai Chi may be the activity for you. Read full New Your Times article here Come try...

Understanding & Improving Core Strength

Core strength is less about power and more about maintaining correct posture and good body alignment. When most people think about core strength, they think about an abdominal six-pack. While it looks good, this toned outer layer of abdominal musculature is not the...

Build Muscle & Bone

With OsteoBall Workouts – YOU will Build Bone Density as well as strengthening  your muscles. Exercise all Major Muscle groups and protect your joints along the way.   Regular exercise reduces falls and fractures Your bone strength and size peaks by age 30....