Malaysia….. Fitness..ST dd 15 Dec 2019..
Research shows that working out regularly may help ageing muscles stay healthy. Inactive elderly should exercise according to Dr. Gretchen Reynolds. It raise some cautionary question whether waiting till middle age or later start exercising might prove to be challenging for lifelong health of our muscles.
Muscles are among the body most vulnerable to time. Most begin lose some muscles mass & strength by early middle age, with process as decades pass. Long term exercise help aging muscles remain healthy. But on flip side, sedentary living seem to set up muscles to overreact to strain. More importantly, the findings should not discourange middle-age or older people who have been inactive from starting to visit gym. ” Even if inflammation gets a bit at first, your muscles will respond & grow.” and eventually start to resemble those people who have been exercising lifelong..? (Please send your news, article, pictorial on our email address <firstname.lastname@example.org> & WhatsApp +923132434567 PLEASE SEND YOUR COMMENTS Thanks. Shuja ullah Khan, Chief Editor)