The concept of physical fitness for improved health and wellness is one that permeates much of western history. Forty years ago, however, public health recommendations emphasized vigorous physical activity mostly for the cardiovascular health benefits it brings. But we're in 2017 now, and we know more. In fact, countless studies have proven, without a doubt, that exercise brings health benefits to every system and function of our bodies. Every. Single. One. In an age of one-hit wonders and highly-advertised magic bullet pills for a variety of ails, we should all take comfort in knowing that the secret recipe for healthy aging and a longer, higher quality of life is at our fingertips. It doesn't require a personal trainer, expensive gym membership or fancy equipment. Just your commitment.
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