Best Forms of Exercise For People Over 50
7 monthes ago - By Active Beat
People entering their senior years have many reasons to remain active - in fact, they may have more reasons to continue with or start a new physical activity regimen than individuals much younger than them. That's because people over age 60 face a number of unique health problems that may be prevented or alleviated through regular physical exercise. Much of this involves the deterioration of muscle mass and the joints as we get older, leading to conditions like arthritis, heart disease, and diabetes. Additionally, physical activity can help keep the mind sharp and may prevent or...
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