CLEVELAND, OH--(Marketwire - Oct 25, 2012) - Older adults who are interested in beginning a regular exercise routine -- but are unsure of how to get started -- can now turn to Kendal Northern Ohio's free guide, "Remaining Active: How to Begin a Regular Exercise Routine."
To get a free copy of "Remaining Active: How to Begin a Regular Exercise Routine," visit http://www.kendalnorthernohio.org/remaining-active-free-guide.
"Remaining Active: How to Begin a Regular Exercise Routine" reminds older adults that exercise helps improve physical, mental, and emotional health as they age, whereas avoiding exercise, whether it's due to aches and pains or a general dislike, has the opposite effect. The guide advises that beginning an exercise routine can be easy if begun slowly. It also provides insight into a typical age-appropriate exercise routine with step-by-step instructions for recommended exercises.
The free guide includes:
- Stretching, Balance and Weight Lifting Exercises
- Alternative Exercise Suggestions
- How to Treat Exercise-Related Injuries
- Benefits of Exercise
Kendal Northern Ohio is a part of The Kendal Corporation, a national leader in the field of aging, which provides services and communities for older adults in eight states and operates with Quaker principles and practices. Kendal Northern Ohio is a nonprofit organization committed to ensuring a range of choices and lifestyle preferences for older adults. Affiliates include a retirement community in Oberlin, Ohio; a virtual retirement community "without walls" within your own home; and home health care services in Lorain and western Cuyahoga counties.
About Kendal Northern Ohio
A part of The Kendal Corporation system, Kendal Northern Ohio strives to enrich the lives of older adults in Northeast Ohio and beyond by offering ongoing programs and services, including lifelong learning. Kendal Northern Ohio operates on Quaker principles and values and welcomes individuals of any religion, race, color, sexual orientation, and socio-economic background. Kendal Northern Ohio supports the programs and services provided by Kendal at Oberlin, Kendal at Home and Senior Independence. For more information, visit www.kendalnorthernohio.org.