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Are you aging? We got the perfect exercise!


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We got the perfect exercise!

The toll that aging takes on a body extends all the way down to the cellular level. But the damage accrued by cells in older muscles is especially severe because they do not regenerate easily and they become weaker as their mitochondria, which produce energy, diminish in vigor and number. The good news is exercise can mitigate some of the effects of aging by improving the cellular health of muscles, slowing the loss of muscle mass and boosting bone density. Try these top exercises to keep bones strong and healthy as you age.

Here are some exercises which you can practice for aging muscles-:

 

Strength Training: The Basic Started Guide

Strength training has incredible benefits for everyone, but especially for seniors. Experts believe that resistance exercise may forestall declines in strength and muscle mass for decades. Before you get started, it’s essential to get checked out by your doctor. If you have any conditions such as arthritis, osteoporosis, high blood pressure or heart disease, you’ll need to learn the types of exercises you can and can’t do. Use the following guidelines to set up your program.

Convert a Hobby into workout-:

Choose an activity you enjoy and something that’s accessible such as walking, swimming, biking, tennis, etc. If you’ve never exercised or it’s been a while, start with 5-10 minutes of cardio 3 times a week and allow your body time to get used to it. Each week, add a few minutes until you can move continuously for 30 or more minutes.

Body Weight Exercise -:

Choose an activity you enjoy and something that’s accessible such as walking, swimming, biking, tennis, etc. If you’ve never exercised or it’s been a while, start with 5-10 minutes of cardio 3 times a week and allow your body time to get used to it. Each week, add a few minutes until you can move continuously for 30 or more minutes.