It’s never too late to start an exercise regimen.
Exercise programs have been proven to help you from head to toe.
It’s been thought to prevent Alzheimer’s disease; as exercise boosts oxygen consumption and blood flow.
By avoiding obesity, your heart stays healthier, the chances of developing diabetes decreases and, if performing weight bearing exercises, the development of osteoarthritis may be offset.
However, as you age, you may have to modify your program.
As folks get older, their balance may be compromised. Energy and stamina may also lessen.
So, warm ups and cool downs are essential. Strength training is a must for these folks.
Of course, a visit to an MD is vital before starting any program.