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12 Steps to a Longer, Healthier Retirement

February 7, 2017

senior weight liftingWe all know that we should exercise regularly and eat responsibly in order to stay healthy. The benefits are clear: you will live longer, have fewer doctor visits, lower medical bills and be better able to travel and go about your daily routine. But sadly, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, only between a quarter and a third of adults ages 65 to 74 are physically active.

The problem is that most of us aren’t very good at sticking to things we should do. We are more likely to stay committed to things we want to do. The key to establishing and maintaining a successful exercise regimen is to find the right combination of activities you will enjoy and a reason that is compelling enough to motivate you to stick with it.

Here are 12 steps to help you succeed at becoming healthier in 2017

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