They’re strong, fast, energetic — and over age 50. The rules of the game have changed: sports competitions aren’t exclusive to young people. If you want to compete, all you need is grit and determination. Bob Hobbs is a Kentucky Senior Games competitor who proves that … [Read more...] about The New Age of Fitness: Bob Hobbs
By Rachel Reynolds The Samsung induction cooktop offers a Flex Zone which automatically adopts to the shape and size of your pots and pans What would make your home work better for you? There are many tools available to help seniors age in place in their homes, because … [Read more...] about Change Your Home — Not Your Address
If tweets and streaming and airdrops sound like essential vocabulary for hikers, you may be on the wrong side of the technology mountain. With the rapid paces in which technology advances these days, the reluctance to climb your way out of the bygone valley is understandable. … [Read more...] about Four Tips for Gaining Tech Confidence
For anyone with a neurological disorder, exercise is so important. Yet joining mainstream fitness classes can be – well, not a good fit. Fortunately, there are several classes in the area designed specifically for persons with movement disorders, such as Parkinson's … [Read more...] about Pedaling for Parkinson’s
by Carrie Vittitoe Planning for Older Age Sabine Stovall, a wealth and estate planner and owner of The Wealth Planning Company, says the first step in planning for older age is to understand what assets you have. “Most of us underestimate the value of what we have,” she … [Read more...] about Who will take care of you?