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Fitness & Exercise Articles

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The Five Essential Strength Exercises For Seniors  (550KB PDF File)
by Wayne L. Westcott, Ph.D.
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High-intensity Exercise Improves HDL and Fasting Glucose Levels in Metabolic Syndrome
by Michael O'Riordan
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Exercise essential for healthy arteries
From IHRSA and Technogym
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Fitness is Golden
by Sandra Valdez Gerdes
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When It Comes to Protecting Your Heart, Fitness Plays a Leading Role
by Colette Bouchez, WebMD Feature
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TV Watching: Cost in Fitness Adds Up
by Miranda Hitti
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Extreme Exercise Can Slow the Heart
by Ed Edelson
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Exercise helps keep your brain in shape
Gannett News Service
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Strength Training Improves Artery Function Among Healthy Men in their 60's 
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New study indicates moderate exercise may protect against colds
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Exercise 'cuts eye disease risk'
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Exercise Gets Blood to Your Brain, Study Shows
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Fighting Fatigue? Get More Exercise
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Exercise Trumps Diet for Weight Loss
by Sara Goudarzi
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Exercise Key to Seniors' Independence: Study
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Pilates Provides Benefits for Some with Parkinson's
by Sarah Skidmore
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Exercise helps after high-fat meal, researchers say
by Barb Berggoetz
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To Avoid 'Boomeritis,' Exercise, Exercise, Exercise
From IHRSA and Technogym
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Research Proves Power Of Group Fitness
From IHRSA and Technogym
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Exercise Your Arms To Beat Leg Pain, Study Says
From IHRSA and Technogym
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Exercise Reduces Arthritis Joint Pain
From IHRSA and Technogym
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Regular Exercise During Stroke Recovery May Protect from Severe Brain Damage
From IHRSA and Technogym
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Regular Exercise Fends Off a Multitude of Problems
by Ann Gowans
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Moderate-Intensity Exercise May Melt More Pounds
by Amy Norton
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NATA Offers Exercise Tips For Seniors
From National Athletic Trainers Association

 

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