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Keep Your Mind & Body Fit

You don’t need to earn another degree or sign up for a gym membership to stay in good mental and physical shape. A wide variety of options can help you exercise your mind and body. Solve a few puzzles, try simple stretching exercise techniques and follow a low-impact, home-based strength training routine to increase your ability to drive safely.

Mental Fitness Techniques

Suppose a car veers into your lane or a dog suddenly runs into the street. A couple of seconds can make the difference between a scare and a bad crash. Brain fitness exercises can help you react faster and reduce risk of a traffic crash. Learn More »

Physical Fitness

Fitness programs can provide seniors a variety of aerobic, strength and stretching workouts – and they’re available everywhere. Learn More »