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In this last installment of our three-part series on suspension training exercises for older adults, you’ll work your shoulders, lower body and core.
Core strength becomes more important as we age. Strong abdominals reduce unnecessary strain on our back and help us maintain good posture.
Suspension training is effective for everything from injury rehabilitation, to improved functional capacity, to increased athletic performance. The unstable nature of the trainer means that your body recruits more muscle fibers in your core.