‘At Risk’ and in shape!

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    Gerald Browne of Kapaʻa performing a sit-to-stand

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    Gerald Browne of Kapaʻa using a stability ball for balance training

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    Gerald Browne of Kapaʻa performing a balance reach in 3 directions

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    Gerald Browne of Kapaʻa using the wall to build lower body strength

  • Aaron Feinberg / Contributed photo

    Gerald Browne of Kapa’a using the wall to perform a balance reach in plank.

The phrase “at risk” has been used to refer to people over the age of 65 who are at increased risk of hospitalization and fatality due to COVID-19. The CDC states that “8 out of 10 COVID-19-related deaths reported in the United States have been among adults aged 65 years and older.”

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