Margo Coster, program coordinator at the Bob Gilmore Senior Center, is by nature a vivacious woman, but this morning finds her uber-exuberant. “It is absolutely, no question, life-changing,” she said.
Coster is amped about Texercise, a 10-week program from Texas A&M specifically designed for folks age 60-plus. Funded by a grant from the U.S. government, it helps seniors achieve better health through dietary education and exercise. “They (A&M) came to us, showed us their course plan, and said we’d need at least 12 participants,” Coster said. “Well, I knew it’d be no problem to get 12 of our seniors and the more I studied the (program) materials, the more excited I became.”
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