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If your aging loved one is looking for an active and independent lifestyle, getting daily exercise is especially important! However, many seniors have some joint pain or mobility limitations that can make regular exercise very difficult.

Exercise isn’t always easy for these seniors who experience joint pain or mobility limitations. So, let’s examine some low-impact exercises that people of all ranges of motion can incorporate into their daily routine!

Get in the Habit of Walking

Walking is the most basic of all exercises, and it is a low impact way to get the blood pumping! Even our aging loved ones with some limited mobility can likely find the energy and time to get in a bit of walking each day.

Encourage your loved ones that are out of shape or just out of practice to get into the habit of walking over the course of a couple of weeks. Even squeezing in a 10-minute walk every day is a lot healthier than inactivity!

Seated Strength Building

Walking isn’t the best option for everyone! Seniors who rely on a walker or wheelchair to get around may struggle with even a short daily walk.

Don’t be discouraged! There are some great chair exercises that can be done while seated.

Start with some upper body chair exercises to strengthen the arms and improve upper body range of motion. Warm up with some simple arm stretches and shoulder circles.

Once stretched, use light weights to perform a seated row. Do this by pulling the elbows back and squeezing the shoulder blades together. Complete a few reps, and then do some slow shoulder rolls to cool down the triceps and work the trapezius muscles.

Exercise the core from a chair with some gentle seated abdominal twists to finish off this workout!

Pool Exercises

Swimming is famed for being a low-impact full body workout. To keep things fresh, your loved one can add some different swimming exercises to their water workout!

Use a kickboard or the side of the pool to stretch and strengthen the legs. Get the blood pumping with vigorous quick kicks, or get a great stretch in with slow leg swings.

Limited leg movement? Try using water weights to do arm circles, arm curls or a chest fly!

Keeping your loved ones healthy and independent is our top priority at Executive Care of Princeton. Visit us online to learn more about our services!

Nutrition is an important component for quality of life in our aging loved ones. But not everyone has the time or passion to spend a ton of time cooking. That’s where these easy, delicious and nutritious recipes come in!

Balanced Breakfasts

Don’t let your loved one skip the most important meal of the day. These fast fixes are perfect for anyone.

Get the day off to a quick start with this microwave-friendly banana split oatmeal. This versatile recipe makes a sweet breakfast or a healthy dessert!

Looking for some savory fare? This delightful breakfast frittata comes together more quickly than you might think and serves two—or makes leftovers for the next day!

Hearty Lunch Salads

Salads are fast, healthy and often more filling than you’d think! Toss one of these together for a light lunch or perfect side dish.

A Chinese chicken cabbage salad is full of flavor and protein. Swapping out the cabbage or the chicken for the lettuce or protein of your choice makes this a versatile recipe, too.

A classic three bean salad is particularly hearty and full of nutrients. This recipe is great for making ahead of time as a tasty lunch or a side dish to bring to the next family gathering.

Make your leftovers into a meal by adding a Greek salad! Alternatively, this salad can make a fast meal on its own when topped with some chicken or lamb.

Looking for something on the sweet side? Go for a low-calorie, nutritionally dense poppyseed fruit salad!

Easy One Pot Dinners

Whether your family’s got an instant pot or a slow cooker, few things are easier than one-dish dinners. These delicious ideas provide maximum flavor with minimum effort!

There isn’t anything quite as filling as a beef stew! This one-pot recipe comes together most quickly in an instant pot, but can also be made in a slow cooker.

This one pot chicken teriyaki recipe can feed the entire family for a night or one person for a week! A pressure cooker will bring this dinner together the fastest.

This one pot vegetarian chili is here to spice up dinner for our senior vegetarians!

Quality home care for your aging loved ones is our priority at Executive Care of Princeton. Visit our website to learn more about our services!

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