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Feel Healthier, Look Better and Get Smarter After 60… for FREE!

What would you say if I told you that there was a way to feel healthier, find more energy, improve your intelligence and look better?

No, I’m not talking about a new gene therapy or magic anti-aging potion. My solution won’t cost you a penny. It you want to improve every aspect of your life, all you need to do is exercise.

“But, I hate gyms!” I can hear you saying. Well, if I’m honest, I’m not a fan of going to the gym either. The good news is that I (and you) don’t have to. There are plenty of free ways to get in shape without spending money or taking part in group classes.

For starters, there are plenty of activities that you can do from the comfort of your home that will make a huge difference. For example, you could start walking around the house while you listen to audiobooks. Or, you could try gentle yoga or chair yoga. Even standing up and stretching a few times a day will have a noticeable impact on your fitness.

If you are feeling a bit more adventurous, there are many social activities that will also help you to get in shape. Most cities have community centers that offer free or low-cost activities like tennis, hiking and dancing.

Even making small changes in your daily routine can make a huge difference. For example, why not leave the car at home and walk to the supermarket to do your shopping? Or, maybe you want to be more extreme and trade in your car for a new bicycle.

There is only one anti-aging solution that really works. It’s called exercise.

Getting in shape can improve every aspect of life. So, let’s commit ourselves to moving more. Let’s embrace exercise!

What do you do to stay in shape now that you are getting a little older? What tips would you give to the other members of our community who may be trying to get back in shape? Please join the conversation below.

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Margaret Manning is the founder of Sixty and Me. She is an entrepreneur, author and speaker. Margaret is passionate about building dynamic and engaged communities that improve lives and change perceptions. Margaret can be contacted at

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