1. Be a good role model
Your younger family member look up to you they want to you to stay healthy and be with them as long as possible.
2. Lower your risk for disease
kicking your fitness up a notch has even greater benefits. Regular exercise has been shown to boost mood and banish anxiety, and lower your risk for stroke.
3. Get motivated to do something you enjoy
In the beginning you will strugle if you are not fit, but if you keep up with the exercise, your body starts to learn the steps.
4. Take some time for yourself
solo exercise gives you the opportunity to have a few moments of peace and quiet, think about future goals, and take some much-deserved “you” time.
5. Ease back pain and improve your posture
A daily regimen of stretches and exercise can also do wonders for your back. By strengthening your core abdominal muscles, you’ll increase your overall strength.