Do you want to know what’s an aspiration the entire human race shares? Yes, you are guessing it right – staying young and fit forever. But let’s get real now; we all are aware that it is not possible. Or is it? If I tell you, you can slow down the natural, unstoppable process of aging, will it sound too good to be true? It will, but it’s a fact.
All of you reading this article, here is a chunk of good news for you – there exist some exercises which help in extending the time period of youth. However, read further as listed below are eight amazing anti aging exercises that you could benefit from.
1. Shoulder Stretches
Stand upright, take your hands behind your back and clasp them there. Stay in this position for a matter of seconds and then release. This is else wise referred to as unlocking the arms. If you practice this exercise regularly you will become more flexible and will not find it difficult to reach the top or heighted shelves in your old age.
We are all very well aware that how amazing squats are when it comes to losing butt fat or toning your butt. Who knew that this advantageous exercise also helps in slowing down the aging process as well? It strengthens your torso muscles and restores your balance even in your old age. It helps you in getting in and out cars.
3. Toe Touches
Stand straight and extend your arms above your head. Now slowly, keeping your arms straight, bring down your arms in a slow arc to touch your feet. Stay in this position for about 10 seconds and then slowly stand straight again. Repeat this motion for a couple of times. This enables you to bend down slowly even when you are not all that young. Basically, it enhances your resistance.
Place your hands on a wall with almost a shoulder length apart. Stand on your tiptoes and lean your body at an angle. This builds up resistance of your body and it strengthens your calf muscles and upper body. It makes your body strong against osteoporosis.
Taking a nice long run not only ensures the burning of calories, but it is also a renown anti aging exercise. It helps in increasing your memory. It aids in keeping people’s memories in shape even after they have undergone an illness.
6. Balance Exercises
Extend your arms above your head while standing straight. Now extend them out further by standing on your tiptoes and stretch out as far as you can. Hold this position for 5 seconds and now slowly bring your arms down by lowering your heels to the ground simultaneously. Do this for a couple of times. This will maintain your inner balance and avoid the happenings of accidental falls.
No matter how clichéd this exercise really is, it definitely comes with a lot of benefits attached. It has been proven by studies that if people go for regular walks, they can reduce the risk of suffering from dementia by a one third in their old age.
8. Shoulder Stretches
Rotate your shoulders in a circular motion around your body. This will help in increasing lubrication in your joints and you will be less likely to experience joint pain as you go ahead in your years.