How to deliver an effective senior exercise class

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Holland, Fiona G. and Meeks, Sara 2009. How to deliver an effective senior exercise class. SportEx Health.
AuthorsHolland, Fiona G. and Meeks, Sara
Abstract

In a time when people are living longer and more active lifestyles, we propose that we may be selling many of our seniors short by oversimplifying the design of group exercise classes. This article suggests ways of delivering effective senior exercise classes incorporating functional movement and sound conditioning principles applied to the older adult population.

KeywordsOlder adult; Elderly; Exercise; Functional movement; Osteoporosis
Year2009
JournalSportEx Health
PublisherSport Ex
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/560950
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Publication datesOct 2009
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ContributorsUniversity of Derby and Carolina Meadows CCRC, North Carolina
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