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Physical And Mental Adjustments Are Needed For New Workout Routines

Physical And Mental Adjustments

Challenging workout routines usually come with a degree of changes, that need to be implemented in order for the routines to be successful, and for the person using the workout to get results, feel good about all of the hard work and energy they put into it. The obvious first …

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Maintain high metabolism with strength training

Approximately 90 percent of the adult population does not participate in a strength program. Adults who do not perform regular strength exercise lose about one-half pound of muscle each year during their 30s and 40s. They then believe that their metabolism is “slowing down.” And the rate of muscle loss …

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Over 40 & Gettin’ Stronger: An easy-to-learn strength training workout for adults

Over 40 & Gettin' Stronger: An easy-to-learn strength training workout for adults

An easy-to-learn strength training workout for adults If you are looking for an easy-to-learn exercise program that works–and that you can do at home with almost no equipment–please continue reading! And if you’d like a program that actually guides you with verbal instructions, keep going. If you haven’t yet decided …

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Strength training benefits for seniors over 70

Strength training benefits for seniors

Strength Training Benefits for Seniors Strength training benefits can be highly effective for people over age 70, according to fitness experts at the Medical College of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. For the average person, muscle strength peaks between ages 20 and 30 and slowly declines after that at a rate of …

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Strength training for seniors

Strength training for seniors

Over 40? Strength training for seniors will build muscle as fast as a 21-year-old So you think you should slow down as you get older? Strength training for seniors tells us that slowing down is not the way. I have bad news for you–the exact opposite of slowing down is …

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