New Delhi: Fitness level declines with age and begins to drop particularly sharply after age 45, says a new study. Published in the latest issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine , one of the JAMA/Archives journals, the study claimed that maintaining a healthy body mass index (BMI), not smoking and being physically active are associated with higher fitness levels throughout adult life.
"Being inactive and having a high BMI were associated with a lower age at which an individual could be expected to reach threshold cardiorespiratory fitness levels associated with substantially higher health risks," the expert added. ANI
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