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Find Your Passion

Senior Lady ExercisingBeing active and leaving a sedentary lifestyle behind opens a new world of opportunities to you. This is your chance to explore new things and try something new.

The great thing about exercising is the huge variety of options to choose from. It can be as simple as walking, or as physically taxing as training for an iron man competition.

What is your passion? Is it dancing, or exploring nature? Does competition drive you? The great thing about choosing to live an active life is you don't have to settle for just one thing. In fact, it is healthier for your body to do more than just one type of activity.

Exercise doesn't have any age limits. Many studies show that no matter what age you start exercising at, your body still benefits. A very popular low-impact exercise great for every age is Tai Chi. Weight-bearing exercises are also beneficial for the elderly has it helps them to rebuild their bone density and strengthen muscles.

Have Fun

The best advice I can give you is to find exercises that you enjoy. Find friends to do it with, and have a lot of fun exercising!

When starting any new exercise program we always recommend that you check with your doctor first. Contact the doctors at Kempsville Chiropractic at 757.467.5258 and let us help you live an active life.



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