Physical fitness is important at any age, but as you grow older, your physical fitness becomes more important.
Whether you are in your fifties or sixties or sixties, you all know the benefits: Exercise promotes better blood circulation and mobility, stimulates energy and immunity, and strengthens your muscles and heart. It can help you heal faster, breathe easier, safer sleep, move more freely, and even live longer.
But somewhere in the process, you may find that this exercise is not as simple as it used to be. Your body has a worn-out life that often eventually leads to stiff joints and chronic pain, especially on the back, neck, shoulders, elbows, buttocks and knees.
Joint pain is a classic exercise for most people. High impact is too difficult for us, and those of us with disabilities often give up their exercise. But if you try Body Dynamix, Debbie Siebers’s easy-to-use, low-impact workouts, you’ll build and strengthen your body without harming yourself.