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Since muscle mass decreases as people age, it's important for older adults to exercise, as it keeps seniors strong, helps to burn calories and maintain weight, improves flexibility, and it contributes to balance and bone strength. Exercise has even been proven to help cognitive function and improve mood in adults over 55 years of age.

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