Studies show people get more benefits from exercise as they age

During a 75-minute fitness routine of stretching, pulling, kicking and more in his room in the Sherwood Oaks retirement community in Cranberry, retired electrical engineer Melvin Judkis sometimes naps without warning during a soothing, therapeutic lull. He might be forgiven for that – he recently turned 98. Judkis is the oldest among dozens of clients around the region of Treesdale-based wellness coach Nick Majoris, who visits him twice weekly. The personal care resident is mostly in fine shape, feeling fit after 27 years of their work – and friendship – together. Fit findings: there are many benefits to exercise as…
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