Fall Prevention & Exercise: Perspectives of Older Adults (1)

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from: Longevity Explorers | Saratoga Retirement Community

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The group fields a question to start the discussion on excercise, balance, and fall prevention. Members offer opinions on whether exercise in groups is preferable to individual exercise. Personal experiences illustrate the divergent opinions of what is best.

While the group approach has social and motivational aspects, others explain the reasons why they prefer individual exercise.

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from the Saratoga Retirement Community circle discussion February 28th, 2017.


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Key words: 
exercise, Balance, fall prevention