October 2008 Issue
Research Roundup 10/08
Thatís what researchers at Washington University in St. Louis found after studying 12 sedentary men and women, aged 60 to 75, who participated in endurance exercise training for 11 months. The training involved walking, running or cycling for an hour three to five days a week. After training, their hearts performed as if younger, with increased capacity to accommodate the energy demands of exercise.
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