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Is the high intensity interval training model appropriate for seniors? Your questions are answered here.
Cardio is essential for seniors, but overdoing it can be bad. Know your options and what is right for you.
Bodyweight exercises done properly build strength and fitness. You don't need expensive equipment to be fit.
Strength training equipment prices range from very high to inexpensive. Resistance bands are effective and a great bargain.
Training at home can be an advantage. Understand what to look for when considering home gym equipment.
Peary Rader arms rouitne in Iron Man magazine explained how to gain up to 3/4-inch to your arms in one day.
Even after turning 50, seniors can still build big strong arms.
In 1948 Buster McShane went to London to see John Grimek win the Mr. Universe title over Steve Reeves. When Buster came back he opened his first gym in
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