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Vol. 3, No. 3 | March 2011

 

 

 

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Gain Energy, Feel Stronger
What Type of Exercise Do You Like To Do?

US MED Gives Back Beginning a fitness routine is not always easy. But as you get older, having an active lifestyle becomes more and more important.

 

Exercise can help you stay healthy, and increase your energy levels. No matter what your age is, or what your current health is like you can benefit by moving more.

 

Exercise is key to staying strong and healthy as you get older. It can help manage symptoms of pain, and illness. And in some cases it has been known to reverse some symptoms of the aging process. It is not only good for the body but for the mind, your mood and your memory as well.

4 Types of Exercise that require little, if any, investment
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Dancing: It improves balance, and helps prevent injuries from falls. It has a cardiovascular benefit as well. Try your local country club, or gym. It's also a fun way to meet new people as well.

Water Aerobics: Aqua jogging, and swimming are a low impact, and relaxing workout. This is a great workout for individuals that are concerned with knee pain or other joint issues.

Cycling: Indoors, as well as outdoors can be fun. Cycling is a fantastic cardiovascular exercise. And it also helps improve your balance, and strengthen your leg muscles.

Daily Chores:
Lastly, your simple day to day chores can help keep you active. Walking up and down the stairs, or vacuuming can be productive and beneficial, both at the same time.

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