By Susanne Mitschke
As long as it is done safely, even people in their 70s and 80 can benefit from a "workout" routine.
The biggest issue for everyone usually is to start with a fitness program that combines strength, cardio, balance and flexibility at all once.
You don’t need to have a complete workout plan to start with a healthier lifestyle. For many of us, health and well-being are secondary priorities. Reasons for this might be kids, grandkids, spouses or our job. But, being active and fit is important! Research has shown that people that lead a more active life usually live longer, and are more healthy.
Here are some easy tips how to start with a more active routine:
Important to note is also that there is not just one way to get fit. If you don’t fancy walking or running, try out zumba, tennis, yoga, dancing or even tai chi. Whatever you do, try to do something every day, even if it’s just going for a long walk.
Trust us, you will feel better, look better, and your body, mind and spirit will be ready for whatever it’s next. So, what are you waiting for?