Staying physically active and exercising regularly can improve mood, boost energy levels and relieve depression. It prevents or delays some types of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. Long-term, regular exercise can even improve health for some people who already suffering with illness or disabilities.
Exercising helps you manage your weight and encourages better sleep.
Exercise will build muscle mass which decreases as we age. Beginning at age 25, we lose approximately a half pound of muscle each year. Muscle keeps us strong and contributes to balance and bone strength. Without it, we can lose our independence and mobility.
Exercise increases your flexibility which helps prevent injuries that occur during daily activities.
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