A brand new study just came out of the UT Southwestern Medical Center that shows a decrease in chronic disease later in life for those who participated in fitness type activities in their 40's and 50's.
Mid-life fitness levels equated to a more successful aging process.
There are many different definitions of successful aging, but we are sure to all agree, that life lived without chronic disease is a success.
That is what this study was focused on - not just in the years lived, but the quality of those years.
The study found that a 20 percent increase in one's fitness activities in midlife translated to a 20 percent decrease in the risk of chronic disease.
So it doesn't matter if you haven't worked out a day in your life - START NOW and you can still make a change towards better health.
FITNESS NOW = BETTER YEARS TO COME!!!
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