Riderwood resident have taken part in a study examining the connection between exercise and cognition.
By Elaine Hauptman Resident Writer Walking is a gentle, controlled form of exercise that promotes weight maintenance, enhances mood, promotes better heart health, keeps blood pressure in check, reduces the risk of diabetes, and controls hypertension. Because of the repetitive motions of walking, it promotes better brain process, thoughts, and memories. Endorphins are released when…
The annual Riderwood Turkey Trot will take place on Friday, November 16. Learn about how the event helps families in need.
Find out how Tai Chi can help with a variety of health related aspects of your life.
Fitness Coordinator Chris Hynson highlights the benefits of physical exercise on mental health.
Resident Jack McMahon continues to run in his 80s and even competes in Track and Field meets in the area.
Learn about how exercising in a group is beneficial andhow you can get involved.
Fitness Coordinator Tricia Walsh explains the benefits of Seated Core Training classes and residents can begin training.
Learn how working out with a partner can help make your exercise plan stick!