When we think about ourselves as old and aging grandparents, most of us imagine silver hair, wrinkles, and a walker or a wheelchair.
It’s an undesirable prospect—being old and weak.
So, of course, it’s motivating to see a rare breed of seniors who can walk with a spring in their step even at the spectacular age of 101, like Cliff Cozier.
Health is by far the most valuable thing in life. And if you work on your fitness well beyond your 50s, you may experience some of your finest moments in old age—walking your granddaughter down the aisle, or seeing your kids become grandparents.
It’s an indescribable feeling of joy that makes you feel lucky to be alive.
Thankfully, great genetics aren’t the only thing you can count on in order to live a long and happy life. It’s never too late to start exercising—and with senior fitness classes, you can not only add years to your life, but more importantly, life to your years.
Sometimes, working hard means living a sedentary lifestyle. Sitting at a desk, working long hours, only to come home and spending the rest of your night on the couch—it’s a vicious cycle that takes a toll on your mind and body.
After you hit retirement, you’ve got nothing but time. Take advantage of your freedom to boost your health and vitality.
One of the greatest benefits of exercising as a senior is cultivating strength and flexibility to improve your posture and mobility. Not only will this sharpen your sense of balance, but minimize the risk of falls and stop the onset of chronic diseases like arthritis.
No one wants to grow old and turn into Forgetful Uncle Fred.
Luckily, senior fitness exercise is incredible at regulating sleep, improving the quality of sleep, and boosting endorphins to promote positivity and focus.
In fact, it’s known to be more effective than Sudoku in preventing dementia and controlling the spread of Alzheimer’s! Now, where’s that dumbbell?
Look Good, Feel Good
It’s always inspiring to see a physically and mentally fit senior.
It’s not just the fact that they’ve lived a rich and full life, but that their love for life comes through from the way they continue to care for themselves. It’s independent, empowering, and most importantly, wise.
Remember: it’s never too late to take a step towards fitness.
Don’t want to go to the gym? Let the gym come to you!
You only get one life—celebrate it by choosing health and happiness! Speak to a personal trainer today!