Aging and Fitness
It is just as important, if not more important, to remain active in the later years of life. As we age, especially for women, we lose muscle mass and are more susceptible to bone conditions such as osteoporosis and osteoarthritis. Being active with cardiovascular workouts and strength training can help you maintain your physical health and well-being. It can also lead to decreased fall risks, which will in turn, decrease risks for broken bones.
And always remember, NEVER GIVE UP!
Please consult your physician before starting any physical fitness regimen. Above statements are not provided by a medical doctor or fitness expert.