The importance of maintaining your strength on healthy ageing
For Improving your balance and bone health, muscle strength alone couldn’t help you to achieve this. It makes you fit enough for daily physical workouts like Walking in stairs up and down, carrying some things from the car, etc,…
When you get older, your body doesn’t cooperate as you do at a younger age. perhaps we can reclaim the fitness and your strength in some simple ways.
According to the ABC, “regular muscle strengthening has also been shown to help you manage blood pressure, blood sugar and blood cholesterol levels, as well as prevent and control heart disease and type 2 diabetes.”
We are about to lose 30 percent of our muscle mass at the age of 30 naturally. but, this reduction will not happen for the people who are managing their health activities daily at the age of thirty and above.
“We have muscle biopsies of people over 100 years old and you can see changes in their muscle cells, even at that age,” says Dr. Singh.
According to Physical Activity Australia, “about half of the physical decline associated with aging may be due to a lack of physical activity.” Adult people will experience good health improvements by doing regular workouts and exercises which causes,
- Gain muscle mass
- Strong bone health and core strength
- joint mobility and flexibility improvement
- Body Fat reduction
- Increased Mood and Improved energy.
- Strengthens cardiovascular systems like the heart and lungs.
You should be very keen on your health and fitness goals before starting training. When you are training at the correct phase, then you will become stronger. Add some lightweight exercise in your daily life to make your way healthy.
Always try to enhance the light exercise to slightly heavier. If possible, do some specific exercises which target your lungs, heart, joints, like that. Before doing these workouts Consult with your exercise physiologist. Having Proper Professional trainers, You can still harden your daily exercise activities even if you are suffering from osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, emphysema, and osteoarthritis.