I just returned from the New York State Senior Olympics, held about an hour from my home. I played both singles and doubles tennis.
When you consider recumbent bikes, your first thought, like mine, may be, “Those things are not for me. They’re slow and only for old people.” That is what I believed too.
If you’re looking for a new fitness mantra for your weekly workouts, you may want to consider “cross-training.”
Would you rather read a book than take a walk? Do you prefer cooking to working out? Well, you’re not alone.
If spring fever has you itching to get outside and jumpstart a new exercise routine, you may want to think about recruiting a buddy to tag along.
No need to decide, because you can get both at once with qigong (CHEE-gong), the gentlest form of martial arts.
I started working out at age 21, otherwise known as the Dawn of Time. I was present for the birth of aerobics classes and the cult-like following of Atkins.
Being blessed with the gift of long life has its advantages: you get to watch your grandkids grow, you have the joy of more sunrises and sunsets. You may even explore hobbies you never had time for.
Do you yearn for more physical activity in your life – perhaps a sport from your youth? You may have a secret passion for something you have not yet tried. We still have opportunities, so why not explore them?