AARP members interested in improving their health and fitness can start their journey by taking a stroll or a hike along a state park trail.
A walk is a proven way to treat a host of ailments, but not everyone should take the same path. In the latest issue of AARP’s The Bulletin, health experts provide Walking Prescriptions for Health.
AARP believes building community is about building connections. That's why we are working across the state to generate more opportunities for our members to connect with resources and fun near them, and to meet new people who share their passions and values. More than just the national member benefits and discounts, we have local partnerships that can help you live a healthier life, try new things and experience more of what our state has to offer - without spending more than you have to! If you aren't taking advantage of the art, music and culture of your community - then you don't know 'aarp'! Get to know us:
FitPHX Fall into Fitness, sponsored by AARP Arizona, kicks off Tuesday, Oct. 3 from 6 to 7 p.m. in Hance Park. The FREE 10-week series features different workout formats, including Core de Force, Insanity, PiYo, P90X, Turbo Kick, Zumba and more. Register today: http://spr.ly/618784yL9.
“Get your walk on” every 2 nd Tuesday of the month at 6:00 a.m. inside the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza. “ Coach E,” -- a certified trainer and nutritionist and regular guest KJLH 102.3 FM's the "Front Page with Dominique DiPrima" -- will be on hand to lead warmups and get your body moving and your heart pumping! He’ll also cool you down after you walk and give you tips on how to live a healthier life every day!
As part of our ongoing mission to promote livable and active communities, AARP in Los Angeles took part in the Cycling Without Age Event in El Monte on March 15 th. This event was organized by local bike coalition Bike San Gabriel Valley and Cycling Without Age, an organization which provides seniors with the opportunity to enjoy bike riding once again. A group of community members, bike enthusiasts, and city officials gathered to learn about innovative trishaw bikes (pictured above) and see them in action.
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