Flashlights on pens. Can openers on pocket knives. Cup holders on… everything. Inventors have often conceived ways to give you multiple functions on one handy tool.

Juvo does the same for people with mobility challenges by constantly assessing the marketplace to conceive mobility tool combinations that make everyday functions easier.

A shoehorn and dressing aid in one to become a multi-function dressing tool.  Sure the original shoehorn design was useful… but not for someone who can’t reach.

A seat on a cane. Cane users or those that need a little balance support sometimes need to take a break. And now they can…. anytime anywhere with the Juvo Travel Seat + Cane.  Balance support and a temporary seat in one.A cane is a useful tool for those who need stability and walking support. But cane stands are not always readily available. Juvo created a cane stand that also functions as a premium cane tip.  As a cane tip it provides superior traction and stability vs. an ordinary cane tip and it stands upright by itself on a flat surface when not in use.

Motion Sensor Safety Light and Flashlight.  Juvo’s new Motion Sensor Safety Light turns on and off automatically when motion is detected within 15 feet.  The perfect solution for dark hallways or night time trips to the bathroom.  The bright beacon of light helps avoid trips and falls.  The same product works in manual mode as a flashlight, perfect for the bedside table.

Two products in one!  Simple elegant solutions from Juvo that make everyday functions a little easier and safer.

Functional Training is an industry word used  to illustrate exercises that improve your foundation for movement and activities of daily living.  Simplified, exercises that will reduce your risk of falling or injuring yourself while stepping onto a curb or putting the groceries away.

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Sometimes individuals forget how important flexibility can be. A lack of flexibility can inhibit one’s ability in their activities of daily living. It can also be counterproductive in their exercise routines and can lead to injuries.

Here are some simple stretches you can do daily to help keep you flexible.

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In my last blog I introduced 5 exercises to you to help strengthen some important muscle groups to aid in everyday activities such as pushing a door open or a cart at the store, picking up grocery bags and putting them away or transitioning between a curb and the street

In this Part 2 Blog Post, I am progressing the exercises a bit by taking away the stability.

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Strengthening can increase your metabolism, build muscle tissue, reduce age related muscle loss, and keep your weight and blood sugar levels in check. The following exercises can be performed 3-5 days per week, every other day. Try to work your body at a moderate intensity. Challenge yourself but don’t push yourself to the limits. On a scale of 1-10, try to be around an 8 to build muscle effectively.

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