A 2005 Finish study revealed that middle-age men and women who exercise at least twice a week and eat healthy diet can reduce their risk of developing Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) by 50% . This is a scary disease so keep moving your butt, guys.
Many athletes and fitness fanatics have been willing to live with the legal, professional, and health risks of illegal steroids.
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Are you instantly light headed when you jump from your chair? Believe it or not, that may be due to your excellent exercise habits!
Study from Britain’s Oxford Brookes University says that psycically fit women are more prone to feeling woozy that those who are less active. I’m light headed often so I like to hear that. I thought that it is because I have low blood preassure but this sounds better, right?
Researchers say that super-active women tend to have lower RHR (resting heart rate) because their stronger hearts don’t need to beat as quickly to pump blood throught the body. As a result, they feel the effects of even small shifts in blood pressure, such as drop that occurs when you rise from your chair too quickly.
(by Marcela Vanharova)
source: SHAPE,May2009, p.120.