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Aerobics for Seniors and Wheelchair-Bound People

Chair aerobics are perfect for people who have balance issues or severely limited physical capabilities.

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Research has shown that the gentle movements of chair aerobics can help seniors increase their strength and flexibility 150%!

There are videos and DVDs on chair aerobics for those who don’t have access to a class.

Some chair aerobics also include the use of light weights to help build muscle. Senior centers, nursing homes and hospitals offer chair aerobics to the frail and elderly, increasing range of motion, muscle tone and cardiovascular health.

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Choosing Your Workout On-Demand Helps You Stay Motivated

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