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Thursday, 2 January 2014

It's never to late !

           If you're middle aged and have never been an exerciser, it's nowhere near to late to reap the benefits. "People who weren't fit were at a higher risk for heart failure after age 65", notes Ambarish Pandey MD. However,people who improved their fitness lowered their risk of heart failure, when compared to those who maintained a low level of fitness.
           An example of this is, a 40-year old who could jog a mile in 12 minutes. If this person knocked two minutes off the mile run ,they would reduce the risk of heart failure by 40 percent.
            Middle aged men and women who've been sedentary all their lives should ease into strength training,but this doesn't mean that they should focus on isolation exercises such as dumbbell curls or just machines. They owe it to themselves to learn how to perform the great compound exercises: deadlift,squat,bench press and row,to name just a few.They should choose interval cardio training over steady state cardio training.  
            A word of caution. If you are just starting out,please get professional instruction right away. Strength training and fitness training are the two best things you can do to help insure lasting health and quality of life. But done incorrectly it can have devastating consequences.

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