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November 02, 2019

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Workout of the Day

3 rounds for time of:

25 strict pull-ups
50 push-ups
75 squats
Run 800 m

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At-Home Workout

at home workout

Deadlifts and toe taps

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“Weight training by older people may build not only strength and muscle mass but also motivation and confidence, potentially spurring them to continue exercising, according to an interesting new study of the emotional impacts of lifting weights. The findings intimate that people worried that they might be too old or inept to start resistance training should perhaps try it, to see how their bodies and minds respond. … In multiple experiments, older people who start to lift weights typically gain muscle mass and strength, as well as better mobility, mental sharpness and metabolic health. But lifting helps only those who try it, and statistics indicate that barely 17 percent of older Americans regularly lift weights.”

Read the article Why Lifting Weights Can Be So Potent for Aging Well

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