Evidence supports exercise for the prevention of diseases in categories of psychiatric, neurological, metabolic, cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, and cancer. Similar to financial planning, exercising with a good plan helps to decrease our chances of an unfavorable outcome.
Even at the highest level, everyone’s process is different, and there is no right way. But for me at least, there are two important pillars of staying sharp both physically and mentally. Things that have been the catalyst for success throughout my career.
The science of aging well is rapidly emerging as we learn more and more about how good nutrition and exercise play an important role in staving off Father Time. Making healthy lifestyle choices can positively affect your brain health, as well as slow or even, prevent cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
In my first post we discussed 6 reasons why you should give exercise a try. In case you missed it, here is a link. I received some great feedback on this article, and wanted to continue with a series that dives a little deeper into how exercise can have an impact on our function.
My inaugural blog post details who I am and why I want you to exercise. We go through six scientific based benefits to exercise which will allow you to not only enjoy your retirement but to thrive throughout it.
From the daunting thought of running a single mile to accomplishing 26.2 miles. One young woman's story about how putting one foot in front of another literally changed her outlook on life. Read Courtney’s story, and remember that - YOU can do difficult things.