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How NOT to Fall Down


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Written by Julia

Did you know that the following aging-related risk factors for falling can be reduced or reversed with exercise?

–  Decreased muscle strength

–  Decreased muscle endurance

–  Poor posture

–  Decreased walking speed

–  Slower reaction time

–  Chronic disease conditions

–  Loss of joint flexibility

–  Poor circulation

–  Fear of falling

–  Loss of joint mobility

The proper amount and kind of exercise for senior adults will help you regain your confidence, strength and stamina so that you’re not prone to falls as you grow older.

For the inside scoop on how to improve your chances of staying upright, contact Julia with Life in Motion Fitness today.  Visit www. for more information.


About the author
Julia has been a certified personal trainer since 1999 with personal training certifications from the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and the National Exercise Trainer Association (NETA). She has been a certified group exercise instructor since the early 90's with certifications from NETA and the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA). She has owned and operated a private personal training business since 2010. With her extensive experience in the fitness field, she has been successful in developing strength and conditioning programs for individuals in a variety of age groups from teens to seniors.
~ Julia ~