A few books I like

Click on “Vertex Fitness Book Store” on the top right to see more books and different categories. Please leave a comment.. Thanks, Dwayne Wimmer Owner Vertex Fitness Personal Training Studio 931 W Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 610 525 6604 http://www.http://www.vertexfit.com Vertex Fitness Book Store Building Strength and Stamina – 2nd Edition Wayne Westcott, Na……

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High-intensity Training (HIT) May Prevent Heart Disease

High-intensity Training (HIT) May Prevent Heart Disease The study included 57 adolescent schoolchildren (47 boys and 10 girls) who were randomly assigned to high-intensity training (HIT) or moderate-intensity exercise groups. Both groups did three exercise sessions a week for seven weeks. The high-intensity training (HIT) group’s program consisted of a series of 20-meter sprints over…

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Inuit Paradox

The Inuit Paradox – How can people who gorge on fat and rarely see a vegetable be e healthier than we are?

The Inuit Paradox – How can people who gorge on fat and rarely see a vegetable be healthier than we are? Patricia Cochran, an Inupiat from Northwestern Alaska, is talking about the native foods of her childhood: “We pretty much had a subsistence way of life. Our food supply was right outside our front door.…

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nonagenarians

High Intensity Strength Training in Nonagenarians

High Intensity Strength Training in Nonagenarians Muscle dysfunction and associated mobility impairment, common among the frail elderly, increase the risk of falls, fractures, and functional dependency. Therefore, it is important for nonagenarians to gently increase their strength through an appropriate strength training program. In a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association,…

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obese seniors

Obese Seniors are Best Served with a Diet-Exercise Combo

Obese Seniors are Best Served with a Diet-Exercise Combo For obese seniors, studies have now found that dieting and exercise together are more effective at improving physical performance and reducing frailty than either alone. The research, by a team at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, is reported March 31 in The New…

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