Tests find elderly who did vigorous fitness work had improved strength and balance.
- Working out twice a week for three months can significantly improve fitness
- Those aged 90 or over would benefit from improved flexibility and strength
- Whereas physical inactivity can cause muscle loss and frailty
If you claim that creaking bones and stiff joints stop you from exercising, you may have just run out of excuses.
For a new study has found that even people well into their 90s can benefit from regular strength and endurance training.