A new study by the University of Michigan shows that people with stronger muscles have a greater chance of experiencing a deep old age.
It’s never too late to start exercising, according to the results of the study, even more important for people in years to practice. The strength of the muscles is important, not the mass.
The fact is that there is nothing that can stop aging, but maintaining in shape can reduce the effects of aging.
“Maintaining the muscular strength throughout your life, and especially in the late years, is very important for those who want to live long and not depend on others when they age,” said Dr. Kate Duhovi, author of the study.
According to her, one of the most important things is to keep our hands strong. The palms are crucial in making everyday rabbits like buying, cleaning, cooking, dressing, and so on, so we need to pay special attention to them.