Finding Happiness And Stamina Again!

Finding Happiness And Stamina Again!

Jun 01

When it comes to energy levels there are many products out there that can help to improve your health and some that do not. As the body ages one of the things that you will see occur is a decrease in testosterone levels. This will occur for men and women. It is important that you look into some methods to help increase testosterone to prevent issues like hair loss along with a decrease in...

Slow and Steady

Slow and Steady

Mar 07

As you get older, it becomes harder and harder to stay active if you do not have the habit of it. Some people are able to do it, but that is because they have developed that habit and worked on it since they were twenty. If you think about physical exercise as being restricted to the gym or running, then there is no way that you will ever be able to create a regimen. Physical exercise can be...

Getting Exercise on the Water at an Older Age

Getting Exercise on the Water at an Older Age

Feb 03

Father Time is a pesky pursuant, but why should you let him stop you in your tracks? After all, you want to stay active well into your old age. While you may need to adjust your activities according to your current fitness level or other health concerns, there’s no reason why you can’t stay fit. You have lots of options for building strength and staying limber; and getting exercise on the water...

Staying Fit By Cycling

Staying Fit By Cycling

Jan 30

Via BikeRadar: It’s true that most long-time athletes will decline from their endurance peak from about the age of 35, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible for you to improve your performance well into middle age. “There is a de?nite decline with age in certain physiological parameters, like VO2 max [aerobic capacity – your ability to transport and use oxygen during exercise],” says Caroline...

A Reason to Take Long Walks on the Beach

A Reason to Take Long Walks on the Beach

Jan 15

According to Reuters: A study of nearly 300 people in Pittsburgh who kept track of how much they walked each week showed that those who walked at least six miles had less age-related brain shrinkage than people who walked less. “Brain size shrinks in late adulthood, which can cause memory problems. Our results should encourage well-designed trials of physical exercise in older adults as a...