November 1, 2012 | Vol. 116 -- No. 28

Exercise can be the difference for retirees

I don’t know about you, but I find it all too easy to sometimes come up with a reason I just can’t exercise on a given day. I tell myself that my life is too crowded with work and meetings, or that I’m too tired from sleeping poorly the night before. Mind you, if I do exercise I always feel the better for it. But there is what a scientist might call an “energy barrier” to finding what it takes within myself to go for a swim at noon or a significant walk after work.

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I find that as I get older, it’s not easier to come up with the energy to exercise. So in that sense I can sympath...

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