KVUE TV recently did a story about our Austin facility. Follow this link to view the segment http://www.kvue.com/video/fitness-index.html?nvid=207540&shu=1 Would you like to begin lifting weights and need a personal trainer?
From this Wall Street Journal article GE's Bob Wright Stays Strong By Lifting Weights Very Slowly:
“Workouts typically consist of one set of six to 12 exercises with little rest between sets…. trainers find a weight load that renders muscle fatigue in 60 to 90 seconds, and take clients through a full-body workout in approximately 30 minutes”.
From this article Cranberries Really Are a Miracle Cure for Women:
Ten Worst Foods of 2007, drum roll please:
For those who can't seem to stick to an exercise program there is an exercise program that will produce positive changes and it does not require hours in the gym. Start by finding out what is the least amount of exercise that will produce the most change instead of seeing how much exercise you can withstand. Add to that modest dietary changes and engage in recreational activities you enjoy. This is a siimple formula anyone can follow.
“Many Alzheimer's researchers have long touted fish oil, by pill or diet, as an accessible and inexpensive "weapon" that may delay or prevent this debilitating disease. Now, UCLA scientists have confirmed that fish oil is indeed a deterrent against Alzheimer's, and they have identified the reasons why.”
Happy New Year.
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From this article Moderate exercise may stall vascular dementia:
“Older adults who regularly walk for exercise may help lower their risk of vascular dementia, the second-most common form of this disorder after Alzheimer's disease, a study published Wednesday suggests”
When it comes down to it ML baseball is a child's game played by men in pajamas. There was a time when baseball was less of a business. In light of the recent baseball steroid report I thought back to the baseball heroes of my youth in the 1960s. For the most part they played their entire career for one team. They were not coddled millionaires. Few were felons (well, OK Denny McClain). They played for the love of the game, and they did not take steroids. As a young boy they were thrilling to me.