Tip #7: How do you reduce your fitness age by 20+ years?
Obesity levels for the senior population in the U.S. are now over 40 percent. If you are a former high school/college/post-college athlete who has been on the couch for the past 20-30+ years, this series of twice-monthly tips will show you how to resume an active lifestyle.
Fortunately, numerous studies have confirmed that it is never too late to resume an active lifestyle. I will show you how to reduce your fitness age, a more reliable indicator of longevity than your BMI, by 20+ years over the next 12-24 months. You will definitely be healthier, happier, and an inspiration for your family, friends, and colleagues. What’s better than that?
How do you reduce your fitness age by 20+ years?
Generally speaking, the more frequent your exercise, the longer you exercise, and the more intensely you exercise, the greater the improvement in your fitness age. What level of fitness age improvement do you want to achieve?
What have I learned?
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