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Mobility and physical functioning

Evidence supports a positive association between physical activity and improved health in older adults. Being functionally independent can help seniors to maintain their quality of life and manage their health conditions. Walking and yoga are just two options to help with mobility and physical functioning.

Let's take a pole: Who wants to try Nordic walking?
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Steady on your feet: New ways to improve balance and avoid falls
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Looking for exercises to do at home? Pilates and yoga can help you keep physically and mentally fit!
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