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Endurance at any age

“If you snooze, you lose.”

“Move it, or lose it.”

You’ve probably heard these clichés countless times, but they begin to carry a note of warning as we enter our second fifty years of life.

As we age, our bodies begin to deteriorate if we don’t condition them: Bones become more brittle, and our ligaments and other working parts don’t bounce back from injury as quickly as they used to. Some of this is just part of getting older, but we can do a lot to stave off some of the effects of aging, to live a longer, healthier “next fifty.”

Here are some senior fitness tips to help improve your strength and stamina!

Best Exercise is Walking




“Here are other ideas"

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