Exercise improves life in many ways, while keeping you young at heart.
This gorgeous scenic photo was taken by my niece, M. White. Thanks so much sweetie for allowing me to use your photos.
This is a photo of Fisher Peak in Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada. Fisher Peak sits at 9335 ft. altitude and the climb is 520 ft.
I know my niece’s husband has climbed to the top. Wow! What a hike!
Older adults are often hesitant to exercise. They fear that physical activity may be too strenuous or even do them harm.
Research has shown that all older adults, from 50 to 90 years young, damage health far more by not exercising.
Fit or frail, adults of any age can benefit from physical exercise.
Talk with your doctor before starting any new physical activity.
Start slowly and you will be surprised just how quickly your strength and stamina develop.
Once you gain strength and experience this new energy, you will never want to be without it again.
Schedule workouts as appointments that simply cannot be missed.
I started my morning with spending 90 minutes at the gym. I am consistent and my body thanks me.
Invest in your health and your body will thank you.