You don’t have to train like you’re training for the 2012 Olympics to get the body-wide benefits of movement.
Walk for 30 minutes at least four times a week and do two resistance-training routines on your off days (or when you want—just leave a rest day or two in between!), and you’ll slash your risk for heart attack, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, cancer, obesity, dementia and low mood.
Exercise is a one—stop health fix because it rejuvenates the tiny power plants—mitochondria—inside every cell in your body so you feel more energetic, burn more calories around the clock and process fat and blood sugar a whole lot more efficiently.
Exercising regularly can make your body’s real age as much as nine years younger.
~Source: Local Newspaper (RealAge.com)
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Yay! That must make my ‘Real Age” 51. I did get my GYM workout done! Have a wonderful Friday and remember to look for the positives throughout your day.