Seniors participate in archery, badminton, basketball, bowling, cycling, golf, horseshoes, race walking, racquetball, road racing, shuffleboard, softball, swimming, table tennis, tennis, track and field, a triathlon event, and volleyball.
Many sports like racquetball, tennis and soccer naturally alternate between high intensity moves and lower intensity activity, creating a natural interval training workout.
Playing sports like basketball, tennis, soccer or football: Shoot some basketball hoops with the kids, play tennis or racquetball with your friends or join a soccer team.
Local tennis courts and racquetball courts are also great places to have so much fun while you're exercising that you may not even realize you're getting a workout.
You can play sports such as racquetball, tennis, basketball, or football, all of which will burn over 500 calories an hour, depending upon how much running you do.
If your workout includes strenuous activities like running, basketball, volleyball or racquetball for example, your body is moving and jumping a lot.
Indoor sports leagues - If exercise equipment isn't for you, consider joining an indoor sports league - such as indoor soccer, racquetball or tennis.
Sports - Sports like tennis, racquetball, basketball and soccer can all improve both the strength of your heart and its endurance.
When you play racquetball, tennis, football or other such sports, you can take your frustrations out on a ball or in a tackle.
Sports, such as tennis, soccer and racquetball are a form of extremely fun interval training.