Super Agers recommends gym-free ways to stay strong and active for longer

Dieting can lead to nutrient deficiencies, which can cause a range of health problems.

Engage in regular physical activity, such as walking, dancing, or gardening, to improve your cardiovascular health and reduce your risk of chronic diseases.

Incorporate strength training exercises, such as push-ups, squats, and lunges, into your routine to build muscle mass and improve your balance and flexibility.



Practice yoga or tai chi to enhance your mind-body connection, reduce stress and anxiety, and improve your posture and breathing.

Get enough sleep and rest to allow your body to recover and recharge, and to support your immune system and cognitive function.

Eat a balanced and nutritious diet that includes plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean protein, and healthy fats to fuel your body and support your health.

Stay socially connected with friends, family, and community to reduce loneliness and isolation, and to boost your mood and cognitive function.

Engage in mentally stimulating activities, such as reading, learning a new skill, or playing games, to keep your brain active and sharp, and to reduce your risk of cognitive decline.