We can all agree that movement becomes more challenging over time.
Toddlers and young children seem like they can play for hours on end, teenagers and young adults are in the prime of their sports careers, and those in middle adulthood may pick up a favorite yoga or cycling class.
Fast forward to your mid-60’s and you can’t remember the last time you stepped foot into the gym. Not to mention, you have a collection of reasons as to why being active is no longer an option for you. Well, we’re here to bust these myths friends!
Let’s take a look at the top 4 exercise myths for older adults and see how regardless of age or ability, you can still find a way to exercise to stay active, healthy, and strong.