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Notes From the Fieldby Martin Weil

May 30, 2014

To Age Well, Exercise

So says a new study in the medical journal JAMA and reported by the NY Times. The study found that exercising three hours a week in a combination of walking and light weight training significantly reduced disability rates for those aged 70-89. This is great news for anyone as disability is something most people would prefer to avoid. Most of us are going to live a lot longer than we expect and three hours of moderate weekly exercise seems a small price to pay to avoid the pain and cost of being debilitated.

Sadly, I know that many of our ingrained behavioral rationales “That’s not going to happen to me,” and poor longer-term decision making – failing to save today for great gains later – will cause many of us to stay on the couch.

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