This post was originally written for a blog for over-50 women where I was sharing my knowledge and tips to help women and their friends of all ages reach their health goals. At the time I thought this would be a post for all women, but it turns out this is a post for all women over 50, so keep reading.
So, how did I learn that exercise is so important to women over-50? It all started with one of my favorite videos on Youtube, The Body Type Diet.
I started researching the health benefits of diet and exercise in the 60’s, and I began hearing women over 50 talk about the importance of exercise. But the biggest revelation was that it was exercise alone that was important. A typical women’s health magazine would feature an article about a particular exercise routine. But they would also feature how long a woman took to do it and how much she burned.
In the 60s and the 70s, a lot of women were just starting out. They were just starting to exercise. I bet half the magazines weren’t even sold in the store. And many of the women who were featured in those articles were overweight. For example, a typical woman over 50 who exercised regularly would have to burn 500 calories per day just to lose weight.
This isn’t exactly an exercise routine but it would be good. The article would probably end with, “This woman who exercises regularly, burns about 4,500 calories per year.” In other words, this female workout routine would definitely beat the others.
If you’re over 50, you can find the article here. You can find it on Amazon under “Athletic Workout for Older Women”.
For women over 50, there are a few great workout routines for exercising. One is to jog. This is a simple task because you don’t need any fancy equipment. You just need a pair of running shoes and some water, and a little bit of motivation. The exercise is simple and easy, but it does burn calories. Another is yoga. This is similar to running in that you don’t need fancy equipment, but it does require a lot of stretching and breathing.
Yoga and jogging are great exercises, but they don’t do much for you if you have a big, flat stomach and a small gut. That’s why I think you should do it.
Yoga and jogging are great exercises, but they dont do much for you if you have a big, flat stomach and a small gut. Thats why I think you should do it.
As a matter of fact, yoga and jogging are great exercises, but they dont do much for you if you have a big, flat stomach and a small gut. Thats why I think you should do it.