On May 25th, more than 1,000 local organizations will host senior health & wellness events for 100,000+ older adults across the country on the same day, as part of the 23rd annual National Senior Health & Fitness Day, the nation's largest older adult health promotion event.
For more about the program and to see what happens at local events every year, visit fitnessday.com , or simply "Google" National Senior Health and Fitness Day.
Local organizations such as retirement communities, senior centers, park and recreation departments, health clubs, hospitals and health systems, health plans, area agencies on aging, and more will host health and fitness events that encourage older adults to enhance the quality of their life through regular physical activity. Local events will include, but are not limited to, "mini" health fairs, fitness walks, exercise demonstrations, health and wellness presentations, health screenings, and more.
Groups interested in hosting local National Senior Health & Fitness Day events must register every year in order to legally use the event name and logo, which are federal trademarks. The 2016 event registration fee is $30.00 per location, but, courtesy of one of the 2016 sponsors, there are a limited number of free online event registrations available.
Registration provides access to the 2016 Senior Health & Fitness Day program website, with all of the materials and resources needed to plan and host a successful event on Wednesday, May 25th. Registration also includes the 2016 event license granting permission to legally use the National Senior Health & Fitness Day trademarks, and a free subscription to FitnessDay News, the official program newsletter, with regular event updates leading up to Wednesday, May 25th.