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Low Impact Exercises for the Elderly

  By posted Aug 21st 2011
Diet & Fitness

Exercise and good health is as important for the elderly as it is for the younger generation. In fact, a recent research by the University of Alabama, Birmingham has clearly stated that there is a greater need for frequent exercise among older adults than for the younger people. Preventing any kind of physical activities completely, known as detaining, can cause significant reductions in strength in just a few weeks. The best way to start a fitness regime is by opting for low-impact exercises. Here are some that you can make a part of your daily fitness routine. (Images courtesy: © Thinkstock photos/ Getty Images)

 

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