It is natural for people to find themselves loosing stamina as they age. Aerobic capacity, muscle strength, and endurance all decline, but this is not an irreversible fate. Cardio exercises are an excellent means to improving stamina, controlling blood pressure, boosting energy, and strengthening the bones. There is no such thing as being "too old" to exerciseView Thread
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"Although any amount of exercise offers health benefits, a new study suggests that rigorous physical activity may be key to boosting longevity.
Australian researchers found that middle-aged or older people who get at least some high-intensity exercise that makes them sweaty and winded may reduce their chances of dying early by up to 13 percent."
Read the article above for further information and exercise time guidelines.
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