Exercitiile fizice, benefice si dupa varsta de 60 de ani

joggingPersoanele care fac exercitii fizice regulat si dupa varsta de 60 de ani beneficiaza semnificativ de pe urma acestora, confirma un studiu realizat recent in Statele Unite. Beneficiile exercitiilor fizice apar chiar si daca se adopta un astfel de program si dupa varsta de 60 de ani. Efectuarea de exercitii fizice moderate timp de aproximativ 20 de minute pe zi reduce riscul de insuficienta cardiaca cu o cincime la persoanele de peste 60 de ani. Mai mult, sesiunile scurte de exercitii fizice efectuate moderat au efecte benefice mai mari comparativ cu sesiunile de exercitii prelungite. Printre exercitiile fizice recomandate se numara mersul pe jos si mersul cu bicicleta.

Sursa: Daily Mail, Foto: Picasa.com.

  • Those who start exercising in their 60s will see a marked improvement 
  • 20 minutes a day can reduce a 60-year-old’s risk of heart failure by a fifth
  • Short spells of light exercise more beneficial than long and vigorous ones
  • Research showed exercise late in life is more important than earlier health  

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3195823/Why-s-not-late-exercise-60-older-people-benefit-activity-younger-reduce-chance-heart-failure-fifth.html#ixzz3ig6jWWe1
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  • Those who start exercising in their 60s will see a marked improvement 
  • 20 minutes a day can reduce a 60-year-old’s risk of heart failure by a fifth
  • Short spells of light exercise more beneficial than long and vigorous ones
  • Research showed exercise late in life is more important than earlier health  

By Ben Spencer for the Daily Mail

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If you’ve spent a lifetime avoiding exercise, you’d be forgiven for thinking that it’s too late to start now.

Not so, say researchers. They claim that those who don’t start exercising until their 60s will still see a marked improvement in their health.

In fact, they say older people benefit more from recent activity than from exercise they did when they were young. Walking or cycling for just 20 minutes a day can reduce a 60-year-old man’s risk of heart failure by a fifth, their study found

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3195823/Why-s-not-late-exercise-60-older-people-benefit-activity-younger-reduce-chance-heart-failure-fifth.html#ixzz3ig6b6uUu
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  • Those who start exercising in their 60s will see a marked improvement 
  • 20 minutes a day can reduce a 60-year-old’s risk of heart failure by a fifth
  • Short spells of light exercise more beneficial than long and vigorous ones
  • Research showed exercise late in life is more important than earlier health  

By Ben Spencer for the Daily Mail

|

If you’ve spent a lifetime avoiding exercise, you’d be forgiven for thinking that it’s too late to start now.

Not so, say researchers. They claim that those who don’t start exercising until their 60s will still see a marked improvement in their health.

In fact, they say older people benefit more from recent activity than from exercise they did when they were young. Walking or cycling for just 20 minutes a day can reduce a 60-year-old man’s risk of heart failure by a fifth, their study found

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3195823/Why-s-not-late-exercise-60-older-people-benefit-activity-younger-reduce-chance-heart-failure-fifth.html#ixzz3ig6b6uUu
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  • Those who start exercising in their 60s will see a marked improvement 
  • 20 minutes a day can reduce a 60-year-old’s risk of heart failure by a fifth
  • Short spells of light exercise more beneficial than long and vigorous ones
  • Research showed exercise late in life is more important than earlier health  

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3195823/Why-s-not-late-exercise-60-older-people-benefit-activity-younger-reduce-chance-heart-failure-fifth.html#ixzz3ig6JJFmb
Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

  • Those who start exercising in their 60s will see a marked improvement 
  • 20 minutes a day can reduce a 60-year-old’s risk of heart failure by a fifth
  • Short spells of light exercise more beneficial than long and vigorous ones
  • Research showed exercise late in life is more important than earlier health  

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3195823/Why-s-not-late-exercise-60-older-people-benefit-activity-younger-reduce-chance-heart-failure-fifth.html#ixzz3ig6JJFmb
Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

  • Those who start exercising in their 60s will see a marked improvement 
  • 20 minutes a day can reduce a 60-year-old’s risk of heart failure by a fifth
  • Short spells of light exercise more beneficial than long and vigorous ones
  • Research showed exercise late in life is more important than earlier health  

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3195823/Why-s-not-late-exercise-60-older-people-benefit-activity-younger-reduce-chance-heart-failure-fifth.html#ixzz3ig6JJFmb
Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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