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Exercise Advice From Physicians
A survey of primary care physicians in the US showed that only 38% of family practitioners and 48% of internists advised more than 60% of their patients about the benefits of aerobic exercise. Advice regarding strength training was provided even less often. (Clin J Sport Med, Jan. 2000)












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Today's Featured Topics



Yoga
Recently, yoga has grown in popularity. It has been embraced as a useful training modality by a variety of athletes. It is also beneficial for relieving stress. There are several different styles of yoga. Read more about them in our review: "Yoga"

Running: Training Tips for Beginners
If you're new to running, you probably have a lot of questions. Issues such as how often, how far, and how fast to run can make a big difference in both your enjoyment and your success. Read about these, and other, concepts in: "Running: Training Tips for Beginners"

Exercise and Coronary Artery Disease
Regular aerobic exercise is the best thing you can do to prevent coronary artery disease. Learn more by reading this comprehensive review: "Exercise and Coronary Artery Disease"


Exercise Books and Videos



TITLE:  The Great Cholesterol Myth
AUTHOR:  Bowden J, Sinatra S
LENGTH:  239 pages
LIST PRICE:  $19.99

Nutrition expert Bowden and cardiologist Sinatra don't believe that cholesterol is the primary cause of coronary heart disease. They present a very compelling argument in this book! Read our review...





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