The Center for Disease Control and Preventionan agency of the United States Government, recommends a brisk walk for 30 minutes a day., an agency of the United States Government, recommends that adults over 65 years of age, if they want to benefit their health and prolong their life, walk briskly for 30 minutes a day for five days a week.
The importance of physical exercise
Sources from the North American health center assure that “one of the most important things” that anyone can do for their health is “carry out physical activity on a regular basis.”
Not surprisingly, physical exercise “can prevent or delay many of the health problems that seem to arise over the years.” “Also helps strengthen muscles so that you can continue doing tasks on a daily basis without having to depend on others,” they say from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
From the US health agency they emphasize: “Some physical activity is better than none. The more physical activity you do, the more the benefits to your health will increase.”
Physical exercise can prevent or delay many of the health problems that seem to arise over the years.
150 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity
Adults 65 and older need “at least 150 minutes a week, for example, 30 minutes a day for 5 days a week of moderate-intensity activitylike walking briskly.
Another alternative, they add from the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention, is to dedicate “75 minutes a week of vigorous-intensity activity, such as brisk walking, jogging, or running.”
In addition, from the organism they also advise “at least 2 days a week of activities that strengthen the muscles.”