This is how much exercise you should be able for at your age
Would you be able for this?
The folks over at Virgin Active commissioned a survey to find out how much exercise you should be able for, according to your age.
They found that when you're in your 20s you should be able to run 5k in 30 minutes, perform 20 burpees in a row and hold a full plank on both sides for a minute each.
The timings and difficulty decrease once you're in your 30s and go down every decade.
In your 20s:
Run 5K in 30 minutes
Perform 20 burpees in a row
Hold a full plank for one minute each side
In your 30s:
Run a mile in less than 9 minutes
Hold a plank for 45 seconds
Deadlift more than 50% of your bodyweight
In your 40s:
Sprint for 60 seconds without stopping
10x press ups without stopping
Touch your toes comfortably whilst keeping your legs straight
In your 50s:
Run at a moderate pace for 60 seconds without stopping
5x burpees without stopping
Lower yourself into a cross-legged sitting position on the floor (without using your hands) and then return to standing
In your 60s:
Regularly take more than 10,000 steps in a day
Perform 12 bodyweight squats without stopping
Touch your fingertips with one hand over your shoulder and the other behind your back
In your 70s:
Walk a mile in less than 16 minutes
Climb a flight of stairs with 10 steps in under 30 seconds comfortably
Rise to stand from a chair without using hands or arms and repeat 12+ times in 30 seconds
Here is the full list as posted by Huffington Post.