A lot of people are concerned that high-impact exercise might harm adults older 30 or so. Turns out that not only is high-impact exercise not harmful, it actually does a lot of good. So it’s time to get hopping.
Is high-impact physical activity beneficial for older adults? | American Council on Science and Health (ACSH)
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