If you are feeling fifty plus, or just approaching that milestone where working your job is no more physically demanding than turning on a computer and playing with the mouse, then your not alone. It is also a grim reminder that only a major health scare will be the only means to get oneself off their dairy air. It could be well over due to remind yourself that you are subject to the same rules as everyone else and that person looking in the mirror and slipping slightly and looking old….is you. You can no longer make excuses. Fifty four percent of all Australians exercise occasionally, however this is not frequent enough to improve general health or weight. (Clafin 2016)
In fact, if you are a woman, exercise itself may be more than important to you. Women tend to have a lot more generalized problems than men with some of the chronic illnesses like heart disease, osteoarthritis, autoimmune diseases, depression and obesity. Problems begin to rear their head near menopause. The great news is that you can help prevent or slow down the onset by regular exercising.
For starters, find some exercise you enjoy and that has regular weight-bearing resistance training associated with it. If you start to make your lifestyle physical-now, it will remain a habit with you and you will find that the benefits far out way any alternative. You will also find that if you continue on this amazing fit journey, you can be climbing mountains and hiking rocky roads way into your twilight years while your friends maybe rocking chair bound. (I’m building a great picture for you already right!) Only one thing to do. Get those sand shoes/sneakers out of the cupboard and put them on.
Walking and jogging can be great for the body and the mind. Getting our into the open spaces and fresh air has a lot of pluses. however if you would like more strength in your arms and your chest and would like to improve the muscle dexterity in your overall body, then you may want to visit and do a more specific based exercise at a gym.