Charting your progress
It can be very motivating to chart your progress. This simple test measures endurance. Test yourself before starting to exercise to get a baseline score.
For endurance exercises, see how far you can walk in exactly six minutes. Write down how far you walked—in feet, blocks, laps, miles, number of times you walked up and down a long hallway, or whatever is convenient for you. Test and record your scores each month.
Source: National Institute on Aging: SeniorHealth website
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