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Does Exercise Help Keep Our Brains Young?

Physical fitness may be critical for maintaining a relatively youthful and nimble brain as we age, according to a new study of brain activation patterns in older people. For most of us, our bodies begin to lose flexibility and efficiency as we enter our 40s. Running...

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When is the best time of day to exercise?

So you enjoy your exercise, but are not sure if you should move early in the morning or after work? The general agreement among experts is try to fit exercise in the morning as it can give you a boost for the rest of the day “When...

What is Aussie men’s biggest excuse for not exercising?

We recently undertook a survey of our exercise experts and they were asked a simple question: What do you find to be the most common excuses among male clients for not exercising? Out of the six options we provided for them, there were two clear stand...

At 84, he’s not just any old Ironman

As he approaches his 85th birthday, Lew Hollander is gearing up for his 59th Ironman competition. He shares the secrets of his longevity with Theo Merz. You swim for 2.4 miles, then you cycle for 112 miles. Then you run a marathon. Often in the heat,...

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Older Athletes Have a Strikingly Young Fitness Age

Older athletes can be much younger, physically, than they are in real life, according to a new study of participants in the coming Senior Olympics. The study found that the athletes’ fitness age is typically 20 years or more younger than their chronological age, providing...

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Exercise, not diet, is the key in reducing liver and heart disease

Overweight people should exercise rather than count kilos if they want to reduce their risk of liver disease, diabetes and cardiovascular problems according to new research from the University of Sydney. The study, published in the Journal of Hepatology, shows that aerobic exercise, regardless of amount...

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The Right Dose of Exercise for the Aging Brain

A small amount of exercise may improve our ability to think as we age, but more may not be better, according to a new study of exercise and cognition. We all know that working out is good for us. But precisely how much or how little...

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How Exercise Keeps Us Young

Active older people resemble much younger people physiologically, according to a new study of the effects of exercise on aging. The findings suggest that many of our expectations about the inevitability of physical decline with advancing years may be incorrect and that how we age...

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Soccer for untrained 70-year-old men yields amazing results

Research carried out by the Copenhagen Centre for Team Sport and Health in Denmark shows that untrained elderly men get markedly fitter and healthier as a result of playing soccer. After only 4 months of twice-weekly 1-hour training sessions, the men achieved marked improvements in...