A Warm Goodbye To Pat From Exercise For Balance

By Suzanne Stoke, Physical Therapist @ Exercise For Balance via www.exerciseforbalance.comPat Summitt, Anton Yelchin and Other Notable People Who Died in 2016

    Pat summer was one of the most inspiring and most wonderful people in sports history. Today we learned that Pat Summitt, a Hall of Fame, former Coach of the Year and the winningest coach in NCAA basketball history, died at 64 after a battle with early onset dementia. Summitt, who coached the University of Tennessee Lady Volunteers for 38 seasons and won 8 national titles along with 1,098 wins and only about 200 losses battled dementia with grace and dignity. Summitt was diagnosed with early onset dementia in 2011 and her declining health forced her to step down from her position a year later. During her illustrious career as a coach, she served as one of the great ambassadors of women’s basketball and a dear mentor to thousands of women athletes across the globe.  As a player, Summit won the silver medal with Team USA at the Montreal Olympics in 1976. In 2012, Summit was the recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPY Awards. Not only will it be hard to ever come near matching her winning record, it will be impossible to match her drive, work ethic and positive influence she had on thousands of individuals who came in contact with her. Even recently, Summit encouraged other individuals with Alzheimer’s to not be afraid of it. We at Exercise For Balance want to acknowledge the greatness of Pat Summit and celebrate her life and achievements. We would also like to continue to help older adults who struggle with Alzheimer’s, dementia or any other illness that contributes to problems with balance to improve their steadiness and continue with as active a life as possible through participating in fitness programs that include senior balance exercises. Please see more information at     http://www.exerciseforbalance.com/buy-now

Senior Balance Exercises For Those With Imbalance

   In honor of Pat Summit’s tremendous attitude to never give up, we at exercise for balance would like to encourage other older individuals to practice senior balance exercises, in order to remain as active and fit as possible. Performing equilibrium routines on a daily basis will help to build stability, decrease a fear of falling and over come a sedentary lifestyle to stay as healthy as possible for as long as possible. You can learn which senior balance exercises to rehearse and how to correctly perform them by following along with the instructions provided by a qualified Physical Therapist in the Exercise For Balance DVD.

Senior Balance Exercises In The Exercise For Balance DVDbalance exercises

    To stay active in later life,  get started on a course of the best balance exercises with the Exercise For Balance DVD. The healthcare provider recommended Exercise For Balance DVD is a high quality instructional DVD to use at home or in a group setting. The easy to understand and simple to follow Exercise For Balance DVD includes  a step by step series of the latest balance and strength exercises necessary to optimize senior fitness and to carry out basic daily activities like shopping, doing laundry,  walking, standing, cleaning house, stair climbing or to advance to more difficult pursuits like skiing, dancing, playing golf and hiking. In the  comprehensive Exercise For Balance DVD, you will learn how to improve stability, how to apply steadiness techniques and how to safely execute balance routines from a  qualified balance specialist — licensed Physical Therapist—who has worked with balance and dizziness disorders for over 25 years. Get your copy of the Exercise For Balance DVD by clicking on the BUY NOW button

Stay active by starting balance exercises today with the Exercise For Balance DVD to improve balance and prevent falls.

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