Sport and fitness are not just for entertainment. Children should start with some sport since the early age, first of all, because of their health. Besides the health, sport helps children stay in shape, have the right figure and stay fit and grow up properly. This could be managed also with proper games, running, and special toys made just for developing child’s motoric.
But children are not the only ones who should pay attention to their daily routine and exercises. No matter if you are 6, 26 or 66, you should never stop with exercises since they make your healthier and longer living. I personally don’t go to the gym or have the proper morning or evening exercises like some people, but I walk and run every time I can. Whether it is just going to the store that is 10 minutes away or going to the shopping with my kid, I always try to make the most out of my spare time by at least walking and avoiding the rides.
Yes, I am in my third decade and you would say that I am completely agile and fit, but that’s not the case, at least not with me. And what about people even older than me? I see my neighbors every day and they always look like they are taking their last breath just to come to the end of the street. But there is one 65-years-old man that I am delightful with. Every day, no matter what time of the year it is, whether is it showing, raining or it is hot outside, he runs two times a day, without any exception. And how does he tracks time and miles he passed? Well, he has his own system that works for him for the last few decades. But what about the ones that are just starting with fitness and have no idea how to track anything, and the apps that the younger people try to explain them don’t make any sense to them since it is High-Tech for them? Well, for them, Insider Monkey prepared the list of 7 easiest fitness trackers to use without the phone for seniors.