Shah Rukh Khan gives guys in their 50s and 60s fitness goals.

Shah Rukh Khan gives guys in their 50s and 60s fitness goals.

In New Delhi: Many people think that fitness is something that only young people can achieve; they think that only those in their prime,

 such as their 20s, 30s, or upper limit, their early 40s, can reach the benchmark of being fit and fantastic with enviable abs.

 However, it seems that actor Shah Rukh Khan, sometimes referred to as SRK or the Badshaah of Bollywood, is defying all expectations by showcasing eight-pack abs that he worked on for his forthcoming movie Pathaan.

The actor published a photo of himself on Instagram showing off his physique in a brand-new outfit from the film, which is scheduled to be released in theaters in January 2023.

For his movie Om Shanti Om earlier in 2007, SRK sculpted impressive six-pack abs; now, as he approaches the age of 57, he has developed eight-pack abs.

Fitness in the 1950s and 1960s is an interesting topic because many people think that anyone can follow any plan.

How can I keep in shape in the 1950s and 1960s?

 However, one needs to have the workout plan reviewed and approved by a specialist based on co-morbidities and medication use.

It's critical to stick to a routine that will benefit cardiac patients with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or diabetes more than it will hurt them.

Fitness is still a universal concept and one of the best strategies to live a longer, healthier life.

 However, safe activity, such as light workouts like golfing or softball, is advised for adults in their 50s and 60s to avoid the risk of accidents as bone and muscle mass begins to decline beyond a certain age.

To avoid falls and fractures brought on by activity in your 50s and 60s, try the following safe exercise suggestions:

1. Warm up 2. Practice stretching exercises 3. Opt for weight machines instead of lifting free weights 4. Listen to your body – do not exert too much and take breaks 5. If the body starts to hurt during exercise, stop immediately

In order to control blood sugar levels, body weight, heart disease, and to prevent the loss of bone and muscle mass, exercise is essential as one ages.

 Additionally beneficial to cognitive health, exercise helps prevent cognitive deterioration brought on by dementia and Alzheimer's disease.