As we age, muscle mass tends to decrease. Regular exercise, especially resistance training, helps preserve muscle mass, strength, and function.
Include activities like walking, jogging, or dancing in your routine to promote bone health.
Begin with activities like walking, swimming, or cycling, gradually increasing intensity and duration.
Flexibility exercises improve joint mobility, reducing the risk of injuries and enhancing overall movement.
Maintaining a healthy weight lowers the risk of chronic conditions like diabetes and arthritis.
Enhanced balance and coordination reduce the risk of falls, a common concern for older adults.
Exercise has been linked to improved mood, reduced stress, and a lower risk of cognitive decline.
Regular physical activity promotes better sleep, which is essential for overall health and well-being.
Join a local fitness group or class to combine physical activity with social engagement.
Regular exercise can help prevent or manage chronic conditions like diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease.