• About Sue

    Renewable Fitness founder, Sue Scott, has exceptional knowledge and experience related to balance and mobility in older seniors. An author and researcher, Sue has a bachelors and master’s degree in Exercise Science and is certified by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM).

    In 2005, Sue created an evidence-based comprehensive balance training program, ABLE Bodies®, that achieved wide acclaim for its effectiveness, creativity and fun. Her book, ABLE Bodies Balance Training, is published by Human Kinetics.

    In 2007, at Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU) as lead trainer for Dr Fay Horak, Sue wrote HELP PD, an agility exercise program to delay mobility losses from Parkinson’s disease. Today, with OHSU’s Health Coaching Project, she’s developing exercises to bolster cognition & balance in adults over 75.

    Sue currently offers workshops on balance, Parkinson’s disease and cognition in older adults and has presented ABLE Bodies for ACSM, IDEA, APHA, IAHSA, ICAA and others.