February 2, 2023 (INDIANAPOLIS) – National Institute for Fitness and Sport (NIFS) presents Pump It for Parkinson’s on World Parkinson’s Day, April 11, 2023.
NIFS has partnered with NuStep inviting senior living communities across the country to take part in this event to raise awareness on
the benefits of exercise for individuals with Parkinson’s. Pump It for Parkinson’s will be a day-long NuStep challenge for senior communities striving to achieve 30,000 steps on their NuStep. Read our full press release.
July 18, 2022 (INDIANAPOLIS) – National Institute for Fitness and Sport (NIFS) is proud to announce our partnership with Porter Hills Village and Cook Valley Estates retirement communities
in Grand Rapids Michigan.
We are excited to play a role in supporting the vibrant lifestyle of their residents with individualized services, group fitness, and a variety of health and wellness programs. Read our full press release.
April 15, 2022 (INDIANAPOLIS) – National Institute for Fitness and Sport (NIFS) is pleased to announce a partnership with Wellzesta, a technology solutions company.
Wellzesta Life, a senior living wellness software platform created by Wellzesta, offers a digital experience for community engagement and wellness platforms for senior living residents. This intelligent software for seniors emphasizes purposeful living, community engagement, and wellness care for seniors. Read full press release.
June 24, 2021 –Meadow Ridge Helping Weston Little League Hit it Out of the Park
Sports and fitness play a significant role in the life at Meadow Ridge, thanks in part to the community’s partnership with the National Institute for Fitness & Sport, which helps to facilitate fitness classes, personal training and other programs. In addition, the community features numerous outdoor athletic courts, including croquet and bocce ball courts, tennis courts and a putting green and chipping area. Read full article.
June, 25, 2020 – Forward Thinking: Regular exercise does wonders to slow aging
Tim Parrott developed a passion for helping older adults attain and retain their independence after earning a degree in exercise science. Today the National Institute for Fitness and Sports fitness manager works full time with residents at The Heritage at Brentwood. Read full article.