Great list of things to do NOW to live a long and healthy life. I have followed this person for a few years- he knows the best ways to do this. Read more...
The article defines a 'SuperAger as someone in their 80s or older who exhibits cognitive function that is comparable to that of an average middle-aged individual. Additionally, this group has been shown to exhibit less brain volume loss. It is important to adopt the four habits shared in this Northwestern...
Swimming has shown to boost our memory as we age. The MarketWatch piece shares how this swimming and memory are connected- and why swimming is such a great activity. Read more...
This is an inspirational article- not only for those who enjoy the benefits of working out as we age. This Ageist article shares the story of 79 year-old Jack Lowe- from encountering a serious health problem to the lofty fitness goals he looks forward to achieving. Read more...
This Growing Bolder article captured my attention because it is about a guy who quit his 19-year career at age 46 to chase his passion. Not an easy decision but one that has worked out perfectly for him- and might provide some inspiration for you! Read more...  
A great list (with photos) of exercises to do- even if you are younger than 60! This total-body workout builds strength, stability, mobility, and better posture. What I liked about the advice in the Eat This, Not That article is the advice is from trainers who are over 60 themselves. Read...
As this Time article points out..."Numerous studies have found that lifelong exercise may keep people healthier for longer; delay the onset of 40 chronic conditions or diseases; stave off cognitive decline; reduce the risk of falls; alleviate depression, stress and anxiety; and may even help people live longer." Read more...
It's possible to live longer and feel better if you have the right habits. This Livestrong post shares what internal medicine doctors, registered dietitians and certified personal trainers do to make sure they age well. Nothing earthshattering in the advice- but it helps to hear it multiple times so it...
This Kiplinger article includes some great ideas for those of you who enjoy gardening. The broader message for any activity we enjoy is to figure out ways to adjust to be able to do what you enjoy.  Don't stop- keep going! Read more...
The author of this Psychology Today article is a physical therapist who specializes in promoting fitness and wellness for older adults. Three points she shares from her decades of experience are: Myths about aging often keep people from exercise and other physical activity. Busting these five myths can be...
In this Today article, an author (Andrew Steele) of a new book, Ageless: The New Science of Getting Older Without Getting Old, shares ways to slow the aging process. He sees a future where people no longer become elderly, but instead stay active and free from disease longer. The habits...