There is plenty of evidence to show that exercising regularly promotes longevity and a healthier life. But what's the best way to do it?

Longeveity asked experts this question and dove through research conducted by Dr. James O'Keefe, preventive cardiologist at Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute, on the physical and mental health benefits of team sports.

Social connections are probably the single most important feature of living a long, healthy, happy life, according to Dr. O'Keefe. If you're interested in exercising for health, longevity, and well-being, the most important feature of your exercise routine includes a 'playdate' or social interaction.

Read more about Dr. O'Keefe's research and other expert tips in the full article: Promote longevity with these tips

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