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Never Too Old To Exercise MRR Ebook

Never Too Old To Exercise MRR Ebook
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Foreword

Aging is a natural process that every human being goes through and it starts from the very onset of birth. However, the actual “aging” is only really visible when the individual is considered to be quite advanced in age. It should be noted though, that the aging process should not in any way hamper keeping an exercise regimen and in fact exercising should ideally continue but at a gentler pace and design. Get all the info you need here.

Never Too Old To Exercise

Guiding you towards health & longevity

Chapter 1:

Aging & Exercise

There are several different aspects to consider when deciding on a suitable exercise regimen for an aged individual and below are some of the areas that should be given due consideration and understanding before the exercise program is designed:

The Basics

There is usually a significant loss in the metabolism rate and this effects the muscle mass which inadvertently eventually turns into inert depot fat. The slowed cellular metabolism rate would require a more controlled intake of food, if the body fat content is not to be increased further. With the inclusion and presence of a consistent exercise regimen as part of the daily lifestyle, the individual has a better chance of maintaining an ideal body mass and weight.

The food intake of the aged individual may also lack the nutrients and particularly the calcium intake and here the presence of some form of physical exercising will help to ensure the said individual adds supplements and other important nutrients in the form of dietary supplements to ensure overall better body functioning systems.
An exercise training program that would be most suited for the aged would have to take into account the now more fragile state of the body condition, thus content of the exercise regimen should not be too overwhelming and demanding physically and mentally. Having a good and consistent exercise routine has been shown to not only keep diseases away but has also shown to be instrumental in keeping the individual healthier both physically and mentally.

Chapter 2:

The Motivation For Seniors

Motivation is always a good tool to use when there is a need to cultivate a consistent interest in something. This is also the same when it comes to trying to motivate those in the more senior age group to engage in a comprehensive and beneficial exercise routine.

Motivation

The following are some suggestions on areas to explore that may be able to create the interest levels that can act to motivate the aged individual to seriously consider and start an exercise routine:

Exercise as social interaction – for most seniors, the social activity is rather limited, and this could be due to a lot of different factors such as lack of reasons to socialize, nothing in common with others, no motivation to do so and many others.

Using the exercise routine to create an excuse for social interaction is usually an exciting thing for a senior individual to look forward to.

Body image – contrary to what the younger generation may think, senior do want to take care of their aging looks but lack the motivation to do so, as it is usually perceived as nobody really cares about their looks at this stage.

However encouraging the individual to be body image conscious will also help to steer them towards engaging in a suitable exercise regimen to stay fit and look good. Health concerns – making a senior understand the benefits of regular exercising and its connection to staying in optimum health is another good motivating feature to focus on. Ill health is something everyone wants to avoid, and if exercising regularly keep this from unfolding, and then the aged individual would usually be more than happy to take up some form of exercising. Encountering health issues later in life are usually a common condition to endure, but it can be significantly decreased with the adoption of a good and suitable exercise routine.