ging can be a real pain. Literally, in fact, as your joints grow more susceptible to injury and aches of all kinds. On the other hand, aging also provides you with greater wisdom and experience that can make life easier than it was in your younger years.
To help you embrace this golden era of life, we've put together a list of simple tools that will let you enjoy yourself more while avoiding some common age-related ailments. These products will help you live comfortably and safely wherever life takes you!
1. Discover the power of your core muscles for better posture, increased flexibility, more graceful aging, and lifelong comfort and ease.
With the core muscles, you have the foundation of your body. Core muscles are the muscles that support your spine and allow it to work in a balanced way. The core also helps keep your body upright, so that you can walk with a graceful gait and have good posture. It also gives you balance by stabilizing the pelvis so that it doesn't shift when you stand or walk. The core is also essential for strengthening your back so that it's more resilient against stressors like sitting too long at work or physical activity like running up stairs.
This list is not meant to be comprehensive; there are many other exercises out there, but these are some of my favorite ones!
2. Learn how to activate all 5 learning styles in your body so you have the skills to learn and retain new information at any time.
Learning is a skill, and your body has to be able to learn it.
Learning occurs in the brain but it also occurs in the body. Your ability to learn new information is directly correlated with how you use your body. If you are stressed or anxious about learning something new, that stress and anxiety will get in the way of learning how to interact with that new thing—and interacting with something is an essential part of learning anything new.
In order for your brain and body to work together efficiently when trying something out for the first time, you have to become aware of what's happening in each part individually before they can work together as one unit. That's why this section focuses heavily on ways we can teach ourselves how our minds react when they're stressed out so that we can make adjustments accordingly before attempting any sort of skill-building exercise (like trying out meditative breathing techniques).
3. Get smarter and younger as you move! Use physical movement to exercise your brain, expand your creativity, and more fully enjoy life.
Physical movement is the most powerful tool for brain health, creativity, and contentment. As you walk from place to place, you're not just exercising your legs—you're also actively stimulating the frontal lobe of your brain. This is an important area for planning, decision-making, language processing, social interaction and more.
As part of a larger plan to get smarter as we age, physical activity can help us increase our intelligence by improving attention span and memory retention. It's also associated with better decision making skills (even in old age). In addition to helping us live longer (by reducing stress), physical exercise enables us to feel more comfortable in our own skin—and that makes us more capable of being creative with our lives.
4. Improve your memory and recall with every class you attend.
This is a seated fitness program that works the core, activates all 5 functions of the brain (analytical, strategic, kinesthetic learning, memory/recall, creativity and imagination) and 21 different "aging factors" in the body.
The best way to improve your memory is to improve your health. There are many ways to do this but there is one simple thing you can do right now: eat better!
This means eating more vegetables with every meal and avoiding sugar as much as possible. For example if you have a glass of orange juice in the morning be sure it has no added sugar or juices like apple or grapefruit juice because these will make it difficult for you to lose weight.
5. Rejuvenate your brain as you learn 21 different movements that feel good in your body
Your brain is a muscle. That’s right! Your brain is a muscle and it needs to be used and strengthened just like any other muscle in your body. As you learn these movements, you will start to feel the benefits of exercising your mind.
Your brain may be feeling sluggish after years of neglect, but don’t worry! The best news is that it doesn’t take long for your brain to get back into shape once you start using it again. If we can work up enough courage to go for a run even though our knees are hurting or go out dancing even though we know we aren't as limber as we used to be—why shouldn't we have the same determination when it comes time for us to flex our mental muscles?
6. Feel stronger without lifting a weight or counting reps. Learn how to strengthen yourself with ease
- Stop spending money on the gym
- Stop counting reps and sets
- Stop trying to find a time when you can get to the gym or your yoga class
- Stop thinking about whether you're doing everything perfectly or not
- Learn how to strengthen yourself with ease
7. Increase your circulation with easy movements that help energize the entire body--your heart, lungs, brain, and all of the systems in between!
- Increase your circulation with easy movements that help energize the entire body--your heart, lungs, brain, and all of the systems in between!
Many people believe that increased circulation is synonymous with a fast pulse. Not true! Increased circulation means more blood flow throughout the body to energize every system in your body. This can be accomplished simply by performing exercises like squats or lunges that increase overall blood flow, and also improve muscle tone at the same time. While these exercises may sound simple enough when explained here, you might find yourself feeling stiff or out of breath after just a few repetitions if you're not used to them; however it's important to start slow and build up from there because it's better to do something than nothing at all!
8. Learn how to improve balance while sitting or standing without having to rely on walking with a cane or other device.
- Learn how to improve balance while sitting or standing without having to rely on walking with a cane or other device.
People who have limited mobility can find that they are not able to walk very far, especially if they have issues with balance and coordination. However, this does not mean that they have no way of getting around! One great way to improve comfort while sitting or standing is by using something called a “rollator”. Rollators are wheelchairs that allow people who cannot walk well enough on their own to get around independently with ease. The rollator allows users to lean against it for support when needed, so it's easy for them to move around indoors as well as outdoors!
9. Increase bone density without weights or machines by using these safe easy movements that make you feel younger every day!
You can increase bone density without weights or machines in just 15 minutes, three times a week. The simple movements are safe and easy to do, and they make you feel younger every day!
If you want to maintain your independence as you age (and who doesn't?), then it's important to have strong bones. Bone density is the key factor in preventing osteoporosis, fractures, falls and broken hips. You'll also be able to perform everyday tasks more easily by developing good balance and coordination through these exercises.
10. Help keep age-related diseases at bay with class exercises that are designed to strengthen your immune system from the inside out!
- Help keep age-related diseases at bay with class exercises that are designed to strengthen your immune system from the inside out!
It’s never too late to improve your health, and one of the best ways to do so is by strengthening your immune system. Your body uses its own natural immunity to fight off infections and disease, but as we age it becomes less able to do so effectively on its own. By following a few simple steps, you can take control of this process and protect yourself from illness as well as many other health issues associated with aging:
- Cut back on sugar intake: Sugars in food can trigger inflammation throughout the body which weakens our defenses against sicknesses like colds or flu viruses. By avoiding foods that contain refined sugars such as candy bars or soda pop (or even fruit juice!), you can help prevent unnecessary stress on your body's ability to fend off illness when exposed."
11. Boost energy levels naturally with the multi-dimensional practices taught in each class!
Boost energy levels naturally with the multi-dimensional practices taught in each class!
You can get a boost of energy by activating all of your brain's functions. The brain is a muscle, so the more you use it, the stronger it gets. Through movement, breathwork, and meditation techniques that activate different aspects of your mind and body simultaneously—like mindfulness practices that increase connection between body and mind—you will feel more energized as well as calmer and more focused.