Categories for Senior Fitness

Does Exercise Help Mitigate Chronic Pain?

February 11, 2020 Written by: Kelly Nygard

According to Successful Aging, by Daniel Levitin at any given time, 30 percent of the population is experiencing chronic pain (pain that is experienced for more than 3 months).  For older adults, this number is closer to 40-50%.  “Interestingly enough, Continue reading →

Considerations for the Older Exerciser

September 25, 2019 Written by: Kelly Nygard

Thanks to Shane Mclean, The Balance Guy, for another great guest blog post! 5 considerations for the older exerciser…… Ever heard of the saying ‘you’re as only as old as you feel’ or ‘you’re only as old as the person Continue reading →

Balance training 2.0

August 13, 2019 Written by: Kelly Nygard

Live 2 B Healthy® would like to welcome Shane McLean (AKA The Balance Guy) as a guest blogger on our site.  Shane is a former Live 2 B Healthy® Trainer, and many of you from the North Dallas area may Continue reading →

Marketing Today – Rethinking Direct Mail

August 5, 2019 Written by: Kelly Nygard

In marketing, we talk a lot about “meeting the customer where they are”. Its a familiar concept and one we employee wholeheartedly in our marketing endeavors with Live 2 B Healthy®. In our primary marketing, we are trying to reach Continue reading →

Assisted Living Myth Busters

May 17, 2019 Written by: Kelly Nygard

The following infographic was created based upon a newsletter published by Arlington Place Red Oak in May 2019.  Thanks for their permission to share it!

Celebrating Our Ace Workout Party Planner

April 25, 2018 Written by: Kelly Nygard

The beauty of having a blog for your business is that you can use it to celebrate unique ideas that maybe don’t fit so neatly into a traditional marketing category.  This morning, as Marketing Director, I received yet another email Continue reading →

Building Mental Muscle

March 15, 2018 Written by: Kelly Nygard

Recently, one of our Iowa trainers, Pam Connolly, shared an article from The Athletics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA) July/August 2015: The word “plasticity,” also known as “brain training,” stems from William James’ Principles of Psychology in 1890, and Continue reading →