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Fifty Years Working Out and Still No Perfect Body

Fifty years of exercise and I still don’t have a perfect body but I can wear my daughters clothes and shop where she shops. I do know that bulges and rolls are not part of the natural aging process. They come from abuse and/or neglect. Wrinkles and neck? Okay. That’s a different story.

Using Your Character Strengths to Support Your Exercise Routine – Part One

Exercise. It’s such a valuable thing to do. It’s great for both your mental and physical health and is something we should all be doing. You can exercise indoors, outdoors, alone or with others. There is something for us all. Despite all this, sometimes we can struggle trying to get into a regular routine of exercise as well as maintaining our motivation once we are started. As such, I thought it would be useful to draw on your 24 character strengths to help you on your fitness journey.

Magnesium Deficiency May Be Another Reason for Cramps

As you get older do you tend to get cramps for seemingly no reason? Potassium deficiency may be one cause, but unless it is the result of something specific like kidney disease or diuretics, we usually attribute it to excessive sweating caused by heavy workouts. There is another cause that is coming to the fore, and that is magnesium deficiency, or more specifically an imbalanced ratio between calcium and magnesium.

Bad Fitness Habits We Should Try to Overcome

Ideally a wide variety of exercises is a better way to optimum health than a few old standard exercise drills. The body will quickly adapt to any exercise routine if repeated, and change is necessary to keep your body challenged. Doing a full combination of core exercises, aerobic and anaerobic exercise along with strength training will all be vital.

Jack LaLanne the “Godfather of Fitness” Didn’t Run Marathons

The god father of training Jack LaLanne never talked about running long distance or running marathons; never talked about a 400lb bench press, he trained with light weights and 1,000’s of calisthenics and did tons of swimming and accomplished amazing feats. According to today’s experts, training with high reps only build endurance, also can’t figure out as soon as someone picks up a weight it is considered strength training, no matter how much weight…

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