Fitness Shortcuts from New York Veteran Trainer – Mike Cola
Dropping Body Fat
When your arteries are young they expand easily so blood can pass through them without much resistance. Unfortunately when we get older our arteries can become stiffer and lose their ability to open. Stiff arteries can increase your risk for high blood press, heart attack, stroke and heart disease.
Luckily there are a number of lifestyle modifications you can undertake to slow down the aging process of your arteries and even prevent them from ever becoming stiff (…)
Besides doing your short hard strength and interval work-outs you need to do easy longer aerobic work-outs on a regular basis. This principle can blend into living an active lifestyle (Principle #3) but an active lifestyle can be stop and go, while easy aerobics should be continuous.
It’s real important to do some type of long low-level aerobic activity for good health. What I mean by low level is anywhere from 55% to 70% of your maximum heart rate (on average your maximum heart rate is 220 – your age). You don’t even have to use your heart rate as a guide just walk, bike or do anything aerobic at a comfortable pace for an extended period of time (…)
Researchers at the University of Edinburgh just found that 12 to 14 year olds can play 24% longer at a high intensity if they consume isotonic drinks (like Gatorade). The study showed that drinking a 6% carbohydrate - electrolyte solution improved the young athletes...
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