Being old at age doesn’t really mean feeling old. As you reach your senior years, your stamina and strength might fall drastically, but this should not hold you down in maintaining a healthy and fit lifestyle. You should take this as a challenge that you can easily overpower. What it all takes, is the proper mix of positive attitudes and great fitness exercises.
As we grow older, we must ensure that we are fit and mobile enough as it plays an integral part in our senior health. When we reach these years, our body is expected to weaken by the time but no one wants to get old right?
For a start, you should still do your normal daily routines. While these activities may seem normal, they can already provide you with basic and mild exercises fitting for your age.
These activities may include tending to your garden, cooking, or visiting the grocery. Gardening involves a lot of bending, moving and carrying – perfect for giving you enough stretching. Cooking has lots of cooking, getting the pots and pans, and peeling and getting ingredients from the cabinet involved. Visiting the grocery for supplies also provides you with a lot of walking, and carrying.
These are only normal house routines; let us now go to the definite exercises suggested for you.
Daily walking or jogging can be more than fitting for you. This is the absolute exercise as its impact is light on the joints and these are very beneficial to your heart. Plus, you can invite family to run or jog with you during Sunday mornings – this can be the best way to keep the family close and fit at the same time.
Golfing can really get you going to the path of fitness. It is one of the best ways to walk and bend more. Flexibility is also developed in this activity as well as your arm muscle strength. Miniature golf could also be a more practical choice as it is cheaper and your grandchildren can really have fun here. Bowling would be a great idea too. With the bowling ball, carrying and throwing it at the pins can really get your muscles toned up. Plus, these activities let you have fun bonding moments with grand kids or office mates. There’s a whole lot difference in being old and feeling old. Our minds are the only thing controlling us. We must always feel that we are young and our body will gradually agree.
Being at that age is not something to be ashamed of. It is something that should serve as an inspiration to others as you still stay fit after all those years of stress and work.
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