Live 2 B Healthy® seeks to inspire older generations to live longer, healthier lives.
“The residents have worked hard their whole lives. We believe it’s now time for them to enjoy life. Working side by side with each and every resident, Live 2 B Healthy® helps improve balance, coordination, flexibility, muscularity, stamina. As the body becomes healthier the spirit can soar.”– Cory Czepa,Live 2 B Healthy® Founder & CEO
We provide a customized fitness program for seniors in communities just like yours! Our program is designed for Assisted Living, Memory Care, Skilled Nursing, Independent Living ( coops & 55+), community & senior centers and adult day care. Learn why our customized fitness program is different and gives your community a Competitive Advantage.
How we know our customized fitness program works? We complete a baseline test followed up with testing every April and October. Your community will see Healthier Residents – so will your residents and their families!
The National Average Length of Stay for an Assisted Living community is 22 months*. For communities who have been using Live 2 B Healthy® for more than 2 years, the Average Length of Stay is 35.45 months. Increased Average Length of Stay will improve your communities bottom-line.
It’s a fact that falls cost senior living communities money. Our partnership communities regularly tell us that they notice a significant Reduction in Falls as their residents improve Balance, Strength & Flexibility with our customized fitness program.
*according to the Illumination 2016 Analytics’ 10-year analysis, as presented at the Argentum Senior Living Executive Conference in May 2016.
“Exercise training cannot restore tissue that has already been destroyed, but it can protect the individual against a number of the chronic diseases of old age. More important, it maximizes residual function. In some instances, biological age is reduced by as much as 20 years. Life expectancy is increased, partial and total disability are delayed, and there are major gains in quality adjusted life expectancy. Exercise is thus a very important component of healthy living for the senior citizen.”
— Dr. Roy J. Shephard, M.D., Ph.D.