Can exercise turn back the clock? A growing number of surveys, studies, and real-life stories show that at the very least, exercise helps slow down the effects of aging. Here’s to the age-defying benefits of exercise: these are news stories from around the world about exercise and aging.
Times of India: A survey of 1,500 people over 50 finds that seven out of 10 feel more energetic and in shape than they did in their 20s.
Los Angeles Times: Exercise helps protect aging brain from ‘silent strokes’
For Inspiration – North Shore Times (Auckland, NZ): 76-year old group exercise instructor shows no signs of slowing down
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