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Weight-Lifting and the Cardiovascular System
Weight-lifting builds strong bones and muscles, but isn't so good for the CV system. Cholesterol isn't lowered, and, after many years, the arterial wall stiffens (decreased compliance). Weight-lifters should incorporate some type of aerobic exercise into their routine.

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Today's Featured Topics

Dining Out: Tips for Athletes
In general, the more you exercise, the less you need to worry about how much you eat. But, that doesn't mean you should ignore the ingredients in your meals. Many menu choices from franchise restaurants are extremely high in fat and sodium. To help get a perspective on some of these menus, read our review: "Dining Out: Tips for Athletes"

Exercise Tips For Travelers
When you're on a business trip, you might be inclined to forgo exercise just because you're on the road. No worries! Many hotels have fitness centers. And so do some airports! But, how do you find them? Easy, just use the web sites summarized in our review: "Exercise Tips For Travelers"

Why Exercise is the Best Medicine Ever!
Exercise really is the best "medicine" available, particularly, for "lifestyle"-related health problems. Read more at: "Why Exercise is the Best Medicine Ever!"

Exercise Books and Videos

TITLE:  "Nutrient Timing"
AUTHOR:  Ivy J, Portman R
LENGTH:  212 pages
LIST PRICE:  $14.95

In "Nutrient Timing," authors Ivy and Portman have presented a fresh look at sports nutrition. Whereas many athletes are concerned about WHAT to eat, Ivy and Portman explain that WHEN you eat is critically important for optimum recovery. This is a fascinating book. Although it tends to be a little scientific at times (note that both authors are PhDs), we can recommend it highly. Read our review...

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