If you’re searching for the best way to preserve muscle tone, and protect your brain against the consequences of aging, look no further than the mirror. Yes, all you need is your body and several exercises which you can do without going to the gym.
Many of us become less active as we age and over time this can lead some muscles in the heart to stiffen. To prevent that, you should do aerobic exercises like jogging which may help reverse some heart damage from normal aging.
Intense cardio activities like running or jogging aren’t the only types of movement that may have protective benefits for the heart as we age. Some studies have shown that walking has many benefits for the body and brain, especially in the age over 50.
There be a powerful link between swimming and lower risk of dementia. Also, swimming in the middle age is good for muscles and for spine and boons.
Activities like cycling may also protect your immune system from some age-related decline. The cyclists were found to have more muscle mass and strength and lower levels of body fat and cholesterol that the sedentary adults.