Never Too Old To Exercise MRR Ebook

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1:
Aging & Exercise
Chapter 2:
The Motivation For Seniors
Chapter 3:
Common Health Issues For Seniors
Chapter 4:
Health & Fitness Assessments
Chapter 5:
Exercise Techniques For Seniors
Chapter 6:
Overcome Fatigue For Seniors
Wrapping Up

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Chapter 2:

The Motivation For Seniors

Motivation is always a good tool to use when there is a need to cultivate a consistent interest in something. This is also the same when it comes to trying to motivate those in the more senior age group to engage in a comprehensive and beneficial exercise routine.


The following are some suggestions on areas to explore that may be able to create the interest levels that can act to motivate the aged individual to seriously consider and start an exercise routine:

Exercise as social interaction – for most seniors, the social activity is rather limited, and this could be due to a lot of different factors such as lack of reasons to socialize, nothing in common with others, no motivation to do so and many others.

Using the exercise routine to create an excuse for social interaction is usually an exciting thing for a senior individual to look forward to.

Body image – contrary to what the younger generation may think, senior do want to take care of their aging looks but lack the motivation to do so, as it is usually perceived as nobody really cares about their looks at this stage.

However encouraging the individual to be body image conscious will also help to steer them towards engaging in a suitable exercise regimen to stay fit and look good.
Health concerns – making a senior understand the benefits of regular exercising and its connection to staying in optimum health is another good motivating feature to focus on. Ill health is something everyone wants to avoid, and if exercising regularly keep this from unfolding, and then the aged individual would usually be more than happy to take up some form of exercising. Encountering health issues later in life are usually a common condition to endure, but it can be significantly decreased with the adoption of a good and suitable exercise routine.

Chapter 3:

Common Health Issues For Seniors

At some point in everyone’s life, there would be instances where health issues would have to be dealt with.

However, for the aged set, these issues may surface more frequently and become a very real danger and threat to the overall well being condition of the said individual.

Learning how to deal or cope with these health issues using exercise as a positive tool may help the individual better manage or even eliminate such conditions altogether.

Important Facts

The more common health issues that are usually faced by the senior age group would include ailments such as deteriorating heart conditions like hypertension, vascular disease, congestive heart failure, high blood pressure and coronary artery diseases.

There is also the probable presence of dementia, which would come in the popular form of Alzheimer’s disease, depression, incontinence with urinary and bowel functions, arthritis, osteoporosis, diabetes, breathing problems, frequent falls which commonly lead to multiple fractures and many more medical problems.

Most of the above conditions can be controlled to a certain extent with a well designed and focused exercise regimen. Accompanying this with a good and well-balanced nutritionally based diet plan will also help to create better overall body functioning systems that would eventually be able to overcome these health problems.
Some of the above health issues can even be eliminated altogether if the senior individual is really serious about adopting a healthy lifestyle that is centered on a good diet plan and lots of suitable exercises.

Exercise can help significantly in areas where there is now a more slowed reaction time due to the age factor, a compromised immune system, a diminished sense of the five senses, loss of appetite, dehydration and some other debilitating conditions. Therefore exercising during the senior phase in life should be avoided for fear of injury, but should be encouraged to help ensure the less likelihood of it occurring.

Chapter 4:

Health & Fitness Assessments

Before embarking on a fitness routine, an aged individual should first seek to have some sort of health and fitness assessment done. This will not only help when it comes to designing a suitable fitness program for the individual but will also help to highlight any possible health issues that might need special consideration when picking the types of exercise routine to incorporate in the exercise program.

Checking It Out

Physical activity can be challenging for the senior age group and this is especially so if the activity is demanding in nature. Therefore, some thought has to be given regarding the health and fitness levels of the individual.

It is not uncommon to note the presence of ailments such as overweight conditions, high blood pressure, deteriorating heart conditions, bone deteriorating conditions and other conditions that may not be so visible in the aged individual’s overall health outlook.

Therefore for those who are not already exercise enthusiasts, there is an even greater need for careful instructions on the exercise to be performed, longer warm up sessions, accompanied with equally longer cool down sessions and in some cases even assistance in monitoring and recording the results of the overall health improvements if any, based on the exercises used.

When the assessments are being conducted there should always be a first aid kit and other medical expertise available, in case of any sudden negative problems arise from the routine assessment technique.

It is very important for seniors to have adequate strength, flexibility and endurance to effectively go through the motions of ordinary daily tasks. With regular assessments done, any abnormalities or lacks can be detected early and the relevant recourses can be introduced. Some of these assessment styles may include chair stand tests, block transfer tests, soda pop tests, arm curl tests, ½ mile walking tests, 6 minute walk tests and many other suitably designed tests for seniors.

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- Year Released/Circulated: 2018
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