Exercise and Fitness

No matter what your age, staying fit is important. 

This page is designed to provide you with the latest information, tips, and advice on how to stay healthy and active as you age. Exercise is beneficial for older adults in many ways. It can help you prevent and manage chronic diseases, such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes, high blood pressure, arthritis, and obesity. It can also help you strengthen your bones and muscles, reducing the risk of fractures and injuries due to falls or other causes. Moreover, exercise can help you improve your balance, coordination, agility, and reaction time, which are important for avoiding falls and staying sharp. Furthermore, exercise can help you boost your mood, reduce stress and anxiety, and improve your sleep quality by increasing endorphins and serotonin levels.

Exercise can help you stay healthy and independent as you age, and it’s never too late to start getting active. Here are some tips for staying fit as you get older.

Multiracial seniors exercising on mats over hardwood floor against plants in yard

The Value of Exercise for Older Adults

Exercise benefits people of all ages, but it is essential for seniors to stay active. As we age, our bodies become less resilient and are more susceptible to health problems. Fortunately, regular exercise can help offset the effects of aging by providing a wide range of benefits.  The evidence is clear: regular exercise can help […]

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