Vivo has been awarded an National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant to study how its online small-group exercise program improves strength and blood sugar in older adults with prediabetes.
VIVO IN THE NEWS
SuperAge Podcast with David Stewart
Eric discusses how he came to start Vivo, the importance of strength and resistance training for anybody at any age, the benefit of working out in small groups, and more.
Proud to announce that we are partnering with The Helper Bees and healthAlign to bring Vivo’s live and interactive small group exercise sessions to their members!
Read more about Vivo’s first seed round and its plans for the future, including team expansion and a focus on growing the customer base.
Learn how Vivo is not only improving the lives of older adults but creating jobs and a sense of purpose for older adult trainers.
Read more about Vivo and how this can keep adult children and their aging parents connected and healthy!
Two Fit Crazies and a Microphone
Listen to this insightful fitness podcast on what Vivo is all about and why it has been so impactful to its members.
Atlanta-based Vivo brings small-group strength training classes home to adults 55+.
Vivo removes barriers to working out for older adults. You don’t need a gym to get a good workout!
Read how the pandemic allowed Vivo become an entirely virtual service that successfully brings fitness to anyone, anywhere, anytime.
Vivo aims to improve brain health, not just memory. The social aspects of the brain are just as important to engage with, which reinforces why community is in our mission statement.
Psychology of Aging with Dr. Regina Koepp
Take a deeper dive into why Vivo works to increase strength and mobility, but is also beneficial to mental health.