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Walking and Diabetes
Plain old walking, if done regularly, can reduce the risk of death in diabetics. A study published in 2003 showed that diabetics who walked at least 2 hours/week had a 39% lower mortality rate (Arch Intern Med, 2003).










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Today's Featured Topics



Walking for Exercise
When older individuals exercise for health reasons, walking is often what they choose. Walking is great exercise for reducing the risk of events like heart attack and stroke, and, it's also helpful for weight loss. But, it's not very good for building bone density. Learn more about the health benefits of walking at: "Walking"

Bad Exercise
How can exercise be bad? In fact, some exercises can be bad for you. And, too much of the right exercise, can also be harmful. Learn what NOT to do in our review: "Bad Exercise"

How To Choose A Personal Trainer
A personal trainer can help you achieve your fitness goals. However, your personal trainer should be knowledgeable, certified, and, most importantly, willing to work with you. For guidance on how to find a good trainer, read our review: "How To Choose A Personal Trainer"


Exercise Books and Videos



TITLE:  "Complete Medical Guide for Cyclists"
AUTHOR:  Pruitt A, Matheny F
LENGTH:  200 pages
LIST PRICE:  $18.95

Andy Pruitt is widely known in the cycling world as THE guy for bike fitting and resolving medical problems related to a mis-sized bike. The book opens with an impressive Foreword by Chris Carmichael that serves as a testimonial to how effective Andy Pruitt is at addressing problems cyclists encounter. After reading this Foreword, you'll want to buy this book! Read more...





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