It’s about the way we feel and stay in touch with the things that matter. And the more we learn, the more we understand how important it is to keep moving—bit by bit—to become our best selves, and turn the life we have into the life we want.
Not everything has to be about long-term plans. Research shows walking has the ability to boost your mood and lower your anxiety—right now.
And you’ll have plenty of reasons to feel optimistic once you’re moving. Because safety matters, but we know you have better things to think about.
Research shows that physically active elders are more likely to maintain their independence, memory and quality of life for longer than those who are inactive. Being active can improve Memory, Executive Function, Cognition & Motor Skills