For children (ages 6 to 12), restrict screen time while engaging in outdoor activities and promote sports and physical play to improve motor skills and coordination.
Adults (18–65): Try to get at least 150 minutes a week of moderate-intensity exercise in, including strength training and aerobic activities.
Seniors (age 65 and up): Make time for at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity, including strength training, and concentrate on balance and flexibility activities like tai chi.
All Generations: Give your favorite hobbies top priority if you want to maintain motivation and consistency in your exercise regimen.
Family Fitness: To encourage a healthy, active lifestyle, including family-friendly activities like cycling or hiking in your routine.
Adjust to Abilities: Adapt workouts to each person's unique abilities and medical problems, consulting a specialist as needed.
Exercise Variation: To target different muscle groups and maintain overall fitness, incorporate a variety of exercises throughout your workouts.
Safety First: Put safety first when exercising by wearing the appropriate gear, drinking plenty of water, and being aware of your own limitations and any pain.
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