By : Marlena Stoddard
Aerobics may be the last thing on your retirement list, but why can’t exercise be fun? Sports can turn upping your level of physical activity into a game, and players can build character while burning calories. T-ball may have been slow, dusty, and a million years ago, but sports still offers a place to be active while making friends. Retirement is a great time to take up a sport! Here are six suggestions to make the most out of joining a sport in retirement.
1. Be honest about your abilities.
When exercising, listen to your body and be practical. Endurance, strength, flexibility, and balance are the four types of exercise as defined by The National Institutes of Health. Evaluate these qualities in sports that interest you.