Too much sitting was already identified as a health hazard in recent years, particularly among mature adults. It has been blamed for increasing the risk of cancer, heart disease, diabetes and premature aging, as well as cognitive decline among mature adults.
People all over the world are having to make sacrifices because of the coronavirus. In just a few short days, the pandemic became the latest “new normal” affecting everything in our lives. But here’s one thing it doesn’t change: You still need to exercise on a regular basis.
Deidra Champagne spends all day making beautiful floral arrangements at her business, and in her off-time, you can find her sweating it out at the gym, staying strong, limber and fit for the demands of running her shop and enjoying her vegetable garden at home.
Being fit and being happy have a lot in common. Or maybe it’s better to say they have a lot to do with each other.
Why be fit after 50? For millions of people around the world, their No. 1 reason is their grandchildren.
You know that exercise is the key to physical fitness, especially later in life. But did you also know that fitness is, in turn, the key to wellness, or our overall wellbeing, as we age?
Like a lot of lifelong runners, Grady Cash was so passionate about his sport that he never had much interest in lifting weights. But that changed a few years ago after he finished last in a short-distance race and noticed the guys who beat him had a different build.
If you do these stretches before bed regularly as part of your nighttime routine, not only will they help you unwind, but they can become cues for your body that it’s bedtime.
Some people go to the gym because they like to work out. But for many, it helps them keep doing something else they love for more and more Baby Boomers, that includes golf.
Do you know when the magic from your workouts happens? That is, when your body CHANGES as a result of your workout? If you said AFTER, then be sure to read this full article.