BeneFit Personal Training Releases Senior Fitness Report, "How to Keep Mom and Dad Active and Healthy for Life"

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BeneFit Personal Training has released a senior fitness report to help the children of senior citizens get their parents started on an age-appropriate exercise program. The complimentary report may be downloaded from the personal trainers for seniors page of the company website.

BeneFit Personal Training, the nation's most trusted name in in-home personal training services has just released a free report that promises to make it easy for the children of senior citizens to get their parents on the road to an active and fit life. The report is titled “How to Keep Mom and Dad Active and Healthy for Life”, and specifically targets the adult children of senior citizens, who are concerned about their parents’ health.

The report contains tips and advice for kids who want to start that all-important conversation about healthy living with their parents, and provides surefire tricks that will encourage parents to:

•Begin a fun, age-appropriate fitness routine.
•Reduce their risk of falling through strength and balance training
•Build endurance and a healthier heart

“The senior population is on the rise, and their long-term health is a source of concern for their adult children,“says BeneFit Personal Training CEO Bentley Ritter. "This report provides these concerned kids with a wealth of resources they can use to start a conversation about healthy living and exercise with their parents.”

Children of senior citizens who want to download our senior fitness report can simply enter their name and e-mail address on this page of the BeneFit Personal Training website,

and get all the help they need to give their parents the best gift of all -- a lifetime of good health.

About BeneFit Personal Training

For more than two decades now, BeneFit Personal Training has provided personal training services to seniors in the comfort of their homes. Special age-appropriate exercise programs are designed for seniors, allowing them to remain active, healthy, and mobile throughout their lives. For more information about the company's personal training services, visit the BeneFit Personal Training website

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