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I am 68 and have been doing the following exercises: jog for about 30-45 min almost every day mixed with some brisk walking or hiking at times; weight
In 1978 I needed some serious surgery. It shocked me, opened my eyes and forced me to look at myself and open my eyes. I lost 30 pounds, stopped smoking,
I am now 68 years old and about 3 years ago I was rushed to the ER with internal bleeding. A failed surgery and months of in and out of the hospital and
I have done exercise all my life, since I was a teenager. I played baseball in little league, started running 5k and 10k, 1/2 marathons, full marathons
As i hit the big 60 i have been training for around 48 years. My training has changed from being very full on to now being greedy for my time 3 to 4 times
The Arnold Press is a slightly different version press pressing two dumbbells. Plus, I have added a biceps curl to the movement.
Is the high intensity interval training model appropriate for seniors? Your questions are answered here.
Some typical weight training workouts are too strenuous for seniors. This one is easy to make senior friendly.
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