Harry Grimm has been practicing martial arts for years, and as he has gotten older, he realized that it is perfect for baby boomers who are keeping up with their active lifestyles throughout their golden years, according to Naples News.
Grimm believes that this can help any baby boomer stay flexible and strong, plus he ensures that the exercise is safe.
"It becomes very much a social thing," Grimm told the news source. "We go by the motto 'safety first.' If we can't do it safely, we're not going to do it."
He explained that he may also help the golf game of the avid players in the group because a person becomes more aware of their body by practicing martial arts, the media outlet reports.
According to the Green Bay Press Gazette, seniors have been opting for a more active retirement living situation - across the country, many have joined together to create various activities to take part in. Whether they go for daily walks or golf together, they make sure to get their exercise in. Not only do they feel healthier, but they enjoy spending time with one another.