Being fit doesn’t mean being able to run a marathon – or even running for a bus – but it does mean maintaining a level of physical activity that allows you to manage and enjoy your daily lifestyle. It means taking care of your body and mind and is determined by what we eat and drink, how we live our lives, our choice of leisure pursuits and what we do to keep physically fit.
We all need a certain amount of the right type of exercise to keep us healthy – regardless of lifestyle, age or physical ability. After all, every retireista wants to keep their body looking and feeling good – right?
Fitness keeps our joints mobile and helps to prevent our muscles from seizing up. It promotes energy and vitality, makes the activities of daily life easier to manage and helps to prevent and delay the insidious advance of old age and disease, while helping to control weight and maintain a healthy body shape.
What’s not to like? Heck – participating in a team sport might even help to improve your social life!
So what are you waiting for? Get out there today and begin your fitness journey now!
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