6 Challenging Anti-Aging Workouts For A Healthy Seniority

If you want to keep fit and injury-free for life you must exercise daily. This way you will prevent many aging diseases such as osteoporosis, arthritis, heart diseases, and so on.

Exercising will keep your mind and body healthy, will prolong your life. In my opinion, exercising is the best medicine you can take. Aging can be very rough, especially if you are struggling with certain health diseases. Also, aging can be seen in your muscles, bone structure, not only on your face and hair.

Creating a simple exercising plan is the best challenge of your life for a strong and healthy seniority. So, will you accept the next 6 challenging exercises for a healthy seniority?

1. Squat with Biceps Curl

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Grab a pair of dumbbells (of challenging weight) and stand with your feet hip-width apart, holding the weights by your sides.
Bend your knees, shift your hips back, and lower down until your thighs are parallel with the floor.
Press through your heels to return to standing, and then immediately curl the weights up toward your shoulders, keeping your elbows glued to sides during the movement. Do 10 reps.

2. Pushups

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Come into a straight-arm plank with your wrists directly below your shoulders, feet hip-width apart.
Turn your fingers slightly inward to protect your shoulders.
Bend your elbows to lower your body until you’re hovering above the ground.
Press back up into a straight-arm plank, keeping your legs engaged the entire time. Do 10 reps.

3. Step-Ups

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Grab a pair of dumbbells and stand facing a box, step, or bench.
Place your left foot on top of the box, step, or bench, and press through the ball of your big toe to come all the way up to standing on top of the bench. Make sure you keep your chest lifted as you step up.
Bend your left knee to slowly lower back down to the floor. Do 10 reps on each side.

4. Plank

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Place your hands on top of a bench or step and come into a straight-arm plank with your hands directly below your shoulders, feet hip-width apart.
Your body should form a straight line from your head to your ankles.
Draw your belly button up and in while keeping your legs and butt engaged. Hold for 30 seconds to 1 minute.

5. Footwork

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Stand to the left side of a circular ring (or just imagine there’s one on the floor next to you).
Step your right foot inside the circle and then bring your left foot in to meet it.
Repeat the same side step to move both feet outside the circle (the circle should now be on your right side). Immediately repeat the pattern on the other side, stepping your left foot inside the circle first.
Once you have the pattern down, increase your speed. Try to do the footwork as fast as possible for 30 seconds.

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