Welcome to Healthy Hearts Exercise In Retirement, Exercise for Seniors.  

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Independent living is what we all wish for as we get older, so there are articles and workouts  all freely available for you to keep you active in retirement.

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This website is dedicated to giving away FREE practical information, in the form of articles and exercise workouts for seniors on how to stay fit and healthy in your retirement. Retirement is not the time to be slowing down and sitting back. My aim is to help get those who are retired, moving to maintain and improve their quality of life.

There are exercise for seniors programmes in the form of videos which can be watched and then downloaded direct to your computer. These will help you stay fit and active in your retirement. The website give you safe and effective exercise for seniors, designed by an advance Fitness Trainer with specialist qualifications.

Exercise and regular physical activity offers seniors not just better health, but an increase in their quality of life, through improved independence brought about by improvements in balance, mobility, stamina and strength. With all these comes the additional benefit of weight loss, A Prescription For Successful Weight Loss will guide you through safe and appropriate activity as well as your eating patterns and habits. It is not just about adding years to your life, but life to those years. See what some of my class members think.

Joining our online exercise for seniors retirement community, you will receive the link to the free exercise downoad as well as being sent a weekly update every Tuesday. Having signed up, please then immediately check your emails. You will find one sent from me asking you to confirm your request, the download will not be sent until you have confirmed.

P1010152It is never to late to start. This is a lady who I train twice a week. How old do you think she is ? Well she has just celebrated her 89th birthday. Health and Fitness benefits can be gained at EVERY age!

The great news is that current research has now shown that shorter bouts of exercise for example two 30 minute sessions or three 20 minute exercise sessions are of the same value as a one hour session*

Despite all the hype about anti-aging products, it is inevitable that we will get older. However, some of the things we lose as we age can actually be prevented, including:

  • Strength: Experts have suggested that muscle mass declines about 1% each year from age 30.
  • Endurance: As we age, we tend lose aerobic fitness and this often contributes to reduced stamina which in turn will affect our quality of life.
  • Flexibility: Joints change with age and this leads to stiffness, and decreased range of motion. This in turn can make the difference of leading an independent life, if you can’t bend over and put your socks and shoes on, you will be heavily dependent on others to help you.
  • Balance: Each year, hospitals see thousands of older patients who have fallen over and broken their hip. Balance exercises can help you avoid injuries from falls and keep you independent and mobile. Check out the balance video on the site

The good news is that the losses of strength, endurance, flexibility and balance aren’t inevitable. All these aspects of staying fit and healthy can be regained. They tend to be lost not just because we age, but because we have become inactive as we age.

If you find yourself promising that you are going to get fit now that you have more time, that you will go for a brisk walk every day or join a gym but find that its not happening, then this website is for you. The recommendations are that we need to make lifestyle changes that include: keeping to a correct weight for your height, low sugar and cholesterol levels and REGULAR Aerobic Exercise. Aerobic exercise does not have to be jumping around and I hope to be able to show you how to improve on your fitness levels in a fun, safe and achievable way using the healthy hearts exercise in retirement downloads and dvd.

The exercise for seniors videos, some of which will be free for you to download and do at home, are there to encourage you to stay active and healthy, giving you no excuse for not going out because its wet and cold, or even too hot!! For those who would like a DVD sent direct to you at home check out the “WORKOUTS” tab.

There is also a “HOW TO EXERCISE” tab at the top which shows you how to perform various exercises, including How To Get on and off the floor safely” I want to see many seniors living life to the full, so join our retirement community and see the difference being active can make to you. If you would like to contact me, click on the “contact” tab at the top right side.

If you live around Sidcup in Kent, then why not join me for my Exercise in Retirement Class which is held on Mondays from 1.30 – 2.30 and costs just £3.00. Its held at New Community Church, 24 Station Road (just down from the High Street) Sidcup Kent. Men and women both welcome, when coming for the first time, please arrive 15 minutes before the class starts. I provide all the equipment and refreshments, you bring your body and a sensible pair of shoes ! I look forward to meeting you. To find out more CLICK HERE Elaine Roles. As Featured On EzineArticles PICTURES FROM MY EXERCISE IN RETIREMENT CLASS retirement3 retirement5 retirement1 I have called this web site “Healthy Hearts Exercise in Retirement” as it is suitable for anyone who does NOT have a cardiac history. If you have a heart condition, have had a heart attack, heart surgery, angina or other cardiac condition then please go to http://www.heartrehabiliationexercise.com where I have created a specialist website that gives you very specific information and guidance on exercising safely and how to modify and make lifestyle changes which will assist you in your road to recovery back to full health. To visit the CARDIAC web site CLICK HERE