New Report Reveals Surprising Insights into How Exercise Goals and Habits Change with Age
Bold survey details changing motivations reported by older adults and reinforces importance of regular exercise for improved overall physical and mental health
LOS ANGELES, May 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Age Bold, Inc. (Bold), a digital health company delivering science-based exercise programs for balance and fall prevention, joint pain management, and healthier aging has announced the findings of its latest survey revealing the current state of exercise, health, and aging among older adults nationwide.
Previous research has shown physical activity can reduce feelings of depression and anxiety, in addition to many other benefits for healthy aging overall. Unfortunately, since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, older Americans have become less physically active. As May is both Mental Health Awareness Month and Older Americans Month, Bold set out to analyze responses from over 1,000 survey respondents to understand current trends at the intersection of aging, exercise, health.
The 15-question online survey, conducted from April 18-19, 2022, paneled adults ages 50+ to self-report their overall health, atttudes, behaviors, and experiences aging. Key takeaways from the survey include:
Bold's team of experts are available on request to provide further context on the significance of these results.
SOURCE Age Bold
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