A community fitness program is a form of an integrated community-based intervention designed to improve health among adults in the communities. As part of this program, a team of experts forms a community team to coordinate activities and deliver information to the target groups. This program aims to strengthen the relationship between health and social service agencies and the community at large.
A health promotion and wellness program for vulnerable adults should include after-school programs and fitness facilities, which are usually accessible to those who need them the most. Activities may include walking, biking, swimming, jogging, dancing, and yoga. These activities are proven to yield favorable effects on the participants’ life expectancy, socialization, income level, and self-esteem. A very promising approach is the establishment of community fitness centers or gyms, which provide the community with fitness-based education, activity recognition, supervision, and social interaction