As I continue to hit new decades, I not only want to be healthy enough to stay active for my daughter and all of her activities, but I also want to extend my quality of life. We’re all living longer, and what I want to avoid is a sedentary or painful existence in my latter days.
We also have a higher rate of being diagnosed with debilitating health problems as we get older. Balance, strength, and power development are integral for both cognitive and physical health.
Start moving now to mitigate the ill effects of inactivity later. Fitness does not need to be a chore. An enjoyable movement experience, surrounded by supportive friends in a group fitness environment, is the key.
For those who want to be active but scheduling and flexibility is a priority. Virtual fitness programs allow you to customize your own programs to be active where you might be.