Active aging. What is active aging? We're working with 50 plus, believe it or not, in this category. It's comprised of three different groups, dependent, independent, and elite. This content is going to be focused on the independent exerciser, somebody who can wake up in the morning and perform all of their activities of daily life without assistance. There are five different types of aging, chronological, functional, biological, social, and psychological. Believe it or not, four out of five of those ages can be improved upon. The only one that cannot is your chronological age.
I'm 40 years old. I'll never be 39 again. Darn it. So many of these classes are going to be focusing on fall prevention, reaction time, neuroplasticity, and they're all going to be geared towards the independent exerciser to help them improve on their neuro-plasticity, their brain health. There fall prevention in reaction time, their self efficacy, meaning their confidence and of course their activities of daily life. I hope you enjoy.