It is a time of life often associated with pipes, slippers and putting our feet up after decades of hard graft. But rather than slowing down in the inevitable shuffle to our graves, from our seventh decade onwards we should in fact be ramping life up a gear, say medical experts. Last month a landmark report published in the British Journal Of Sports Medicine found that no matter what disease a patient suffers from, exercise can help alleviate their condition. However, the latest NHS figures show that activity levels among older people are low: a staggering 54 per cent of overs achieve fewer than 30 minutes of activity a week. Yet this is the very group who need to be moving the most, says Sir Muir. Just talk to your GP about what might be suitable for you.
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