AGILITY FOR LIFE with
Research has conclusively shown that optimal improvements occur when individuals can perform three discrete fall prevention tasks simultaneously. Increasing seniors' physical strength helps somewhat. but does nothing to improve balance, agility. or time-space awareness. Yoga contributes considerably to strength and flexibility, but provides no gains in agility. Additionally, many class offerings (such as yoga or Tai Chi) pose insurmountable barriers to entry - they are often too challenging at the outset for residents to even get involved.
Who is William?
William Schenck is a fall prevention task specialist dedicated to keeping seniors of all ages agile as they age. His specialized programs and proven exercises combine Awareness, Balance, and Agility to develop lifelong habits for more engaging life.