Exercise helps you age better because it improves brain function, reduces mental depression, improves balance, reduces fall risk, and keep up your ability to perform your daily activities.
Here are a few tips to help you get started:
Find exercises that you enjoy and that are easy to do.
Start with a few minutes of exercise at a time and gradually increase the duration.
Incorporate a mix of cardio and strength training exercises.
Schedule regular workout times and try to stick to them as best as you can.
Workout at least 3 times a week, make sure to rest and recover.
In fact, taking a walk outdoors or doing chair yoga while following a video instructor are two free options open to everyone, both caregivers and seniors alike. Or it can be tabletop activities like puzzles and extra-large playing card games. Stacking and eye-hand coordination challenges are also beneficial. The idea is to move and stretch.
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