It is important for the body and the mind to keep moving and going forward. During typical “retirement years” it is important to keep active and do work, whether it be with a job or on yourself. If you think that it’s too late to start, you’re wrong. Charles Eugster, a 96 year old European man, didn’t start serious exercise until he was in his 80’s, but now he challenges himself and sets records and goes to the gym regularly.
- After retirement age depression rates double as retired people don’t feel they are contributing
- Society should not discount older people, retraining and helping their health is good for society in several ways
- Never too late to exercise, high intensity interval training is the best way to get in shape
“Retirement is one of the worst things that you can do to yourself.”