August 2000 Issue
∑ Weight training may provide the same protection from free-radical damage as aerobic activity, say University of Florida researchers. In their study, 62 healthy older men and women were split into three groups. One group practiced low-intensity weight training three times a week. A second group performed the same exercises at high intensity. A control group didnít exercise at all. After six months, both exercise groups showed significantly lower blood measures of lipid
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