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Loss of Balance: How to Improve Balance in Older People

  By Trina Remedios  posted Aug 18th 2012 at 7:30AM IN | Avg Rating
Diet & Fitness

Jordyn Steig, our fitness guru, expert columnist and founder of Wellistic Wholeness, breaks down the facts further he says, “Fit people in general fall less often than those whose muscles are weak and joints are less mobile. Almost any exercise will enhance older people's agility and keep their muscles and bones stronger than they would be if they remain sedentary.”

 

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