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A 200-lb man with 15% body fat, has enough fat stored as energy to run from Washington DC to Miami! (source: Ivy, Portman. "Nutrient Timing" 2004)

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Today's Featured Topics

Balance: An Overlooked Element of Fitness?
Some may not equate balance with fitness, however balance is an important goal of an exercise plan, especially for older clients. Falls are the #1 cause of hip fracture in the elderly; balance training can help to prevent falls. Read more about it in: "Balance: An Overlooked Element of Fitness?"

Training For: Tennis
If you love tennis, but want to improve your competitive edge, read our review: "Training For: Tennis"

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"

Exercise Books and Videos

TITLE:  "Triathloning For Ordinary Mortals"
AUTHOR:  Jonas S
LENGTH:  320 pages
LIST PRICE:  $15.95

Doctors and lawyers are smart people, but that doesn't make them great writers. "Triathloning For Ordinary Mortals" is written by a physician who became a triathlete. Unfortunately, this is one of the worst books we've read on training for a triathlon. See what you think.
Read our review...

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