These tips could help you live longer.

A sedentary lifestyle could cause health issues. However, incorporating physical activity into your daily routine could improve your overall well-being and help you live longer. Daily exercise could help to improve heart health, memory, bone strength and so much more. Movement is key to a long and healthy life, according to multiple studies. One study found a mere 11 minutes of daily movement could extend one's lifespan. Here are some exercises tips to incorporate into your routine that could help you live longer.

Sweat it out outdoors

Make sure to get a bit of sunshine when you exercise. When your skin is exposed to natural light, your body produces essential vitamin D naturally. Vitamin D deficiency could lead to serious health issues. It may be best to enjoy morning sunlight as it can help to regulate your circadian rhythm and improve the quality of your sleep. Walking for just 5 or 10 minutes in the morning could be extremely beneficial. Doing this regularly could help your body and mind get used to the new habit and prioritize physical activity. Small positive decisions will help you yield big gains in the long run.

Exercise should be a social event

We naturally tend to crave social interaction. Exercising socially has its benefits, according to some researchers. Social exercises, like tennis and badminton,  could extend one's life, according to one study. Quality time with loved ones is essential for a healthy and longer lifespan. Exercise with a loved one or a group could help you stick to a routine, especially on the day you want to skip your workout. There is a lot of power in social connections. Find movement in your everyday tasks.

Engage in an active leisure activity

Working out does not have to be too hard. There are plenty of ways to get your body moving that can be fun. Adding a bit of leisure with exercise could add a longevity boost, according to some researchers. One study found golfing could extend one's life. Some activities that aren't viewed as exercise, like gardening), may also prolong your lifespan, according to another study. What is important is to find a physical activity that you find enjoyable. Think outside the box. Find an activity you look forward to. Pick an activity that will help you disciplined. Create a fun process, whether that is simply walking or playing basketball.