Indoor Exercise

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    Residents of Robson Ranch Texas in Denton will soon have a new fitness center. Robson Resort Communities has begun building a new multi-million dollar fitness facility called Pinnacle Fitness Center. The 9,500 square-foot fitness center will be completed by the first quarter of 2018.

    by Elliot Crumpley on December 10th, 2016No Comments

    Sometimes the biggest barrier to being fit isn't the exercise, it's all the hassle necessary to just get started exercising. Finding time for daily exercise in your life can be tough. Adding in additional time to sit in traffic and find parking might just make what feels tough, impossible. A home gym can be a great option, but for many who are downsizing their homes, there isn't the space. And even if you can find the room, exercise equipment is hardly cutting edge home decor. Plus, these days, some of the fanciest home equipment has become quite pricey. If you're feeling the motivation to work out at home, but don't want to clutter your house with lots of equipment, here are five exercises for getting an excellent workout without having to buy a single thing.
    Yoga and meditation typically go hand-in-hand and have been around for many years. They have been used as an alternative form of exercise to keep the mind and body healthy and happy. Practicing yoga improves balance, endurance, flexibility, and strength while meditation helps keep the mind sharp, relieves stress and anxiety, and can strengthen your immune system. Following a few simple poses, breathing techniques, and developing positive coping skills can help retirees manage stress, improve mental clarity, manage chronic conditions, and promote a healthier lifestyle. With so many health benefits linked to these traditional practices, many Baby Boomers are taking notice and incorporating these techniques into their lifestyle. Check out these 10 surprising benefits of yoga and meditation.

    by Mayra Rocha on October 26th, 20152 Comments

    When the weather gets too cold to enjoy the outdoors, some people become less active because they’d rather be in the comfort of their own home where it’s warm. It’s important for retirees to stay active because of all the health benefits associated with daily exercise. Baby Boomers can avoid this seasonal slump and get rid of their winter blues by taking advantage of all the indoor exercises available. Here, we list 10 indoor exercises to try this winter.

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