Care4You is very proud to have Lori Michiel Fitness as our Community Partner! What an incredible team of trainers Lori has working alongside her, helping us to achieve our greatest potential in health and fitness. Lori Michiel Fitness professionals are passionate and enjoy helping seniors improve their well-being as they age. That really touches our hearts here at Care4You as we are involved in helping to take care of our cherished clients each day! Thank you so much Lori Michiel Fitness, for all you do to reach out to our communities and help as many people as possible so they can be the best that they can…strong and fit!
About Lori Michiel Fitness
Lori and her team of trainers treat you with care, dignity and respect. They understand the best approach to help you reach your fitness goals while maintaining safety as their first priority.
Lori Michiel Fitness does not believe in the “one size fits all” or a factory-style workout. Their trained instructors and physical therapists have a knowledge-based foundation in order to design a program specifically for you.
Fitness for Seniors
Even small doses of exercise can make a difference in the lives of those with chronic conditions. Research proves that even moderate exercise can improve the quality of life and create healthy habits. Their adaptive programs and corrective exercise training have shown to have a positive effect on individuals with arthritis, diabetes, Parkinson’s disease and other musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. Lori Michiel Fitness helps seniors achieve:
- Greater Independence
- Improved Balance
- Improved Circulation
- Reduced Pain
- Reduced Chance for Injury
- Stronger Bones
- Increased Flexibility
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A special concern for many seniors today is Fall Prevention. Taking one of the achievements above, ‘Improved Balance’ Lori and her trainers at Lori Michiel Fitness offer help to those in our community who wish to address their own concerns about falling.
Balance: Stay Vertical – Resist the Hidden Danger of Falling
Even in Your 30s and 40s, Specific Exercises Help Prevent a Big Danger of Aging
You know it when you feel it.
If you find yourself needing to sit down to take off your shoes, it might be time to start paying attention to your sense of balance.
People don’t usually think about balance until they fall or know someone they never thought would. There are signs that cannot be ignored such as holding onto hand rails to go up and down the stairs, wavering as you step into a pair of pants, missing the lip on a curb. These situations can be an early warning sign that your stability is starting to decline.
Once recognized, it is important not to dismiss the signs because loss of balance is usually treatable, but will often get worse if ignored. A formal assessment may not indicate balance issues, but does help predict the chances of becoming “one with the floor”.
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