There’s no arguing with the fact that staying active is important, no matter what age we are. However, it’s also all too true that, as we age, our bodies slow down and exercise becomes a little more difficult. According to the CDC, by the time we are 75, about one in three men and one in two women engage in no physical activity. Reduced physical activity is one factor that contributes to reduced strength and stamina in older persons. Physical activity doesn’t have to be strenuous in order to be good for you. As a matter of fact, moderate amounts of activity, as long as it is done regularly (daily if possible) can have significant health benefits. Ready to preserve your health?