In addition to being a fun and simple way to relax, swimming is an ideal way to exercise for older adults who are seeking to maintain a healthy lifestyle and improve their overall wellbeing as they grow older.
Starting a new sport like tennis can be daunting. There are new rules to learn and there are strange terms thrown around such as ‘love’ and ‘deuce’. But fear not, every tennis player has to start somewhere and teaching tennis to beginners just happens to be one of our fortes.
Whilst running is simple to understand and participate in, that does not always make it easy. Running-related musculoskeletal injuries (RRMIs) are common among runners, with roughly 50% of runners experiencing an injury each year that prevents them from running.
There are numerous benefits to exercising no matter your age, but health and wellbeing is especially important as we get older. Getting back into the gym as an older adult – or starting for the first time – can feel daunting, but once you’re in the swing of things you’ll wish you’d started sooner.
Spinning is one of the most popular fitness workouts in Britain and there are many health and fitness benefits of spin classes.