It’s not always easy balancing a steady fitness regime with a busy workday schedule. Retirement may just provide the time you need to tighten a flabby exercise routine.
In addition to helping you look and feel good, regular exercise can also help reduce your risk for heart disease, stroke and cognitive decline. If your plan is to stay independent for as long as possible, it’s time to lace up the tennis shoes.
Try these helpful tips from USA Today:
Source: “Retirement: 8 steps to getting in better shape,” USA Today, May 2014
Retired but not idle? What’s your preferred way to keep fit?