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Workout of the day

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Without rest, 2 rounds of:

1-minute support on rings
15-ft. rope climb, legless ascent and descent
1-minute plank hold
15-ft. rope climb, legless ascent and descent
1-minute handstand hold
15-ft. rope climb, legless ascent and descent

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Bones of the Shoulder

The diet-heart hypothesis incorrectly associated the consumption of saturated fats with a rise in LDLs (often referred to as “bad” cholesterol) and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. “It has now been accepted that dietary cholesterol has little or no impact on blood cholesterol levels,” Dr. Malcolm Kendrick explains. In this article, Kendrick describes the slow shift in national nutritional recommendations away from the diet-heart hypothesis and explains the biological processes behind fat metabolism.

Read MoreThe diet-heart hypothesis, part 3 — Fat Metabolism

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