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Exercise tops every New Year’s Resolution list. The U.S. government’s National Institute of Aging offers online the Go4Life Senior Exercise Program. Find out how Go4Life can help you be more active all year long!


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Resolve to be active this year with Go4Life!

Getting more exercise makes the top of everyone’s New Year’s resolution list. Go4Life can help you stick with your good intentions to be more active all year long!

  • Go to http://go4life.nia.nih.gov/user/register and sign up for your own My Go4Life account. Here you can set goals, create a workout plan, and track your progress over time!
  • Pick your virtual coach—As part of the My Go4Life registration process, choose to receive motivational messages and exercise tips from one of our virtual coaches! Let Coach Max or Coach Tina help you meet your exercise goals.
  • Update your goals and log your progress—Continuing to update MyGo4Life will help you stay accountable. Revisit your My Go4Life account regularly to see how far you’ve come.

Remember—you CAN be more active! Use the Go4Life resources to help you reach your goals.

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Go4Life is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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