More and more seniors are proving every day that they aren't too old to exercise. In fact, the older you are, the more you need regular exercise. However, you should take some special precautions:
* If you have a family history of heart disease, check with your doctor first. * Don't try to do too much too fast. * Exercise at an intensity appropriate for you. * Pick activities that are fun, that suit your needs and that you can do year-round. * Wear comfortable clothing and footwear. * Choose a well-lighted, safe place with a smooth, soft surface. * Take more time to warm up and cool down before and after your workout. Stretch slowly. * Don't rely on your sense of thirst; drink water on a fixed schedule.
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