No matter what your age, exercise, workouts, and fitness routines are great for you. Regular physical activity can promote both physical and mental health as you age. But as you get older, you may need to modify your routine a bit – we don’t all have the same agility and stamina we had when we were kids. We loved this great infographic from The Fix on Exercise Through the Decades: Workouts for Each Phase of Life. The infographic offers ideas for exercises at every stage of life – it’s packed with good info – but click through the link above for additional information. Of course, these are just suggestions – there are no age restrictions on activities you can or can’t do as you age, unless your physician indicates some restriction or a health condition imposes some limitation.   It’s just important to be active. The Centers for Disease Control recommends a minimum of 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise every week.


Source: Fix.com Blog

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