Many of us will be worrying…at least, just a bit, about our Dad’s health this Father’s Day. Many men in their later years struggle with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and heart disease. That’s why Father’s Day may be the perfect time to buy Dad a gift that can help them lead a healthier, more forward-thinking lifestyle.
The trick is finding a gift that Dad will both enjoy and benefit from in a healthy way. There are a number of options, with the key being to get Dad eating better and being more physically active…
Many dads have a hard time playing the more intense sports they enjoyed doing their earlier years, like hockey, football, or boxing. But that doesn’t mean they have to sit on the sidelines. In fact, there are many sports that keep the body moving, but won’t lead to injury.
Golf is the perfect example. It’s low intensity, but will burn calories and keep both the mind and body fit. Consider buying your Dad some golf clubs or something golf-related–like a couple free rounds or a golf shirt– this Father’s Day.