Canadian canoeist of 32 years and Olympian shows that fitness and health does does stop at your middle age. Swedish studies show that the middle age time period in one’s life is the most important time to be healthy. This time period is most crucial to living a long and health life in old age. Test have concluded that those who are active, long after sports careers have ended, will tend to have better cognitive skills and mental capacity. As the 40’s approach embrace more walking, group fitness, and fitness tracking.
- The best canoeist in Canada is 49 years old and still dominating in the sport. He has been doing it for 32 years and still does it just as well as when he was young.
- Being fit in your midlife is better for your future health and brain.
- Small sets like walking more and eating better are a good start towards having a healthier life later in.
“According to recent studies, staying physically fit, especially in middle age, promotes physical and mental sharpness more than at any other time.”