A research posted on time magazine website reported that runners report fewer disability than non runners.
Researchers followed a group of runners and non runners over 21 years. After 21 years the the running group experienced fewer disabilities in five basic daily functions.
- Grip strength
- Routine physical activities
The study suggests that regular aerobic exercise, even starting in middle age, could be a crucial factor. “It’s never too late to start an exercise program,” The researchers added.
See the rest of the story on time magazine website.