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Exercising with cancer, should you? Should you not? What have you heard? It was previously thought, those who have been diagnosed with cancer should avoid all forms of activity. We’re here to tell you how things have changed! The C-Word within the Aging Community We’ve all heard a number of stories. The grandfather who fought […]

October 19, 2020

Exercising with Cancer

Death and taxes, two things promised when born in the United States. Many do not wish to discuss death, for they fear it and know it usually brings a challenging time. Have you ever thought about the factors that reduce the risk of mortality? Especially within the aging years… When discussing a reduction in mortality […]

October 7, 2020

Reducing the Risk of Mortality for Aging Populations

Have you ever sat down with your adult children, to learn some of the truth that occurred in your household? You probably learned that a number of things happened a bit earlier than you imagined. The same holds true with a number of aging aspects as we approach the later years. What if I told […]

September 2, 2020

The Aging Process: Earlier than Expected

‘ism’, a distinctive practice, philosophy, typically political ideology or an artistic movement. Isms exist everyday, some gaining more attention than others. Many are fighting for equality in terms of racism, feminism, as well as beliefs regarding religion, love, and many others. One of the most often overlooked points, towards the fastest growing population in the […]

August 5, 2020

Ageism in America

Have you offered your hand to a woman unloading a shopping cart? Have you ever been in the situation in which you offered a helping hand to a woman unloading her groceries from her shopping cart and you did not get the response you had expected? Some take offense to the added support because, in […]

July 1, 2020

Functional Fitness for All Ages

One of the many things understood throughout all of this is how much of we took for granted. The simple pleasures such as breathing the fresh air, a quick trip to the supermarket, or dinner out with friends. The list could go on and on, but one thing is for certain, COVID-19 has been disruptive. […]

May 28, 2020

A Transition to Virtual

Living longer you say… Life expectancy, and the debate of health as a definition has been of great discussion in the United States, and around the world.  Healthcare professionals and legislators are turning to other great nations, such as Japan, and the United Kingdom where individuals are not only living longer, but also living healthier. […]

May 6, 2020

Living Longer You Say?

With the change of current health and safety practices, the safest thing for vulnerable populations is to remain in their homes. That being said, one of the most effective methods for ensuring one ages successfully in their home is the use of an at home exercise program. Free At-Home Exercise Programs Starting on Monday, May […]

April 24, 2020

At Home Exercise Programs

Our case study here provides an example of creating your own future, no matter the cards that have been dealt. Our client, diagnosed with post-polio syndrome, as well as Parkinson’s disease had been discharged from physical therapy when our work began on building functional strength. Although hindered by chronic conditions, this 80-year old gentleman built […]

April 16, 2020

Pushing Beyond the Obstacles

Our case study here provides an example of a woman choosing to take a proactive approach towards the future. She has always been an avid exerciser, however her approach was different than what was implemented with the LiveWell team. In previous years of exercise, she used amounted countless of miles running in order to shed […]

March 16, 2020

Women Can Be Strong Too!