A PHYSICAL therapist has revealed her 60-year-old aunt’s secret to stopping her body from ageing.

Amanda Fisher specialises in the pelvic floor and is a fan of all things movement to keep the body agile and young.

And clearly, so is her aunt Sharon who performs a simple exercise each day to keep her muscles and joints strong.

The 60-year-old crouches down and sits on the floor, then brings herself back to standing, without using her arms to push down on or off the ground.

That means Sharon relying heavily on her core strength to get up and down. 

Amanda shared the movement, as well as some tips for keeping mobile as you age, in a TikTok video. 

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“After my Aunts funeral a few weeks ago, we went back to her house and all ate and hung out like old times,” she penned in the caption.

“We were reminiscing with my mum and her other sisters and they remembered this sweet lady across the farm house where they grew up, Mrs. Norton.

“Mrs. Norton used to bend over at her waist every day and touch the ground with her hands.

“She wanted to make sure she never lost that range of motion.

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“So my aunt Sharon started doing it too… and then she saw a TikTok with someone standing and moving to the ground and back up.

“She decided she was gonna start doing this sit to stand motion every day too to stay mobile.”

In the clip shared by Amanda, her aunt Sharon was effortlessly sitting down on the floor and standing back up without using her hands for leverage.

“It was amazing to see her do it and so many of us in our 20s and 30s not able to do it,” Amanda continued.

“Needless to say, when we get back together at Thanksgiving, we will all try it again to see if any more of us have been practising daily.”

The video went viral on the popular social media app and people took to the comments to weigh in.

“Mobility is everything. Keep mobile, stay flexible,” one viewer affirmed.

“Wow, she looks 40,” another said. 

“Tell aunt Sharon that some random bloke in the UK has been inspired to do the same,” a third penned.

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