Monthly Archives: March 2014

Today’s Fitness And Exercise Sciences Fail At Keeping Adults Fit

Maria Menounos

On monday they explained to examiner, “If no one over age thirty four was physically fit back when most people lived in caves, today’s 26 billion dollar fitness and exercise science industry, does not appear to have increased the relative number of physically fit older people by even a single percentage point”. The project, which appears to be the first study to ever trace the paths and interactions of exercise forces through the human body, much as engineers trace structural damaging forces through blueprints, added, “We do not believe fitness and exercise experts would have ever noticed the huge difference between stout exercise for adults and children, until someone started tracing the invisible forces of exercise, through sketches of people doing them”, Less than one percentage of people being physically fit seems to indicate that it is impossible for average adults to become fit. But according to project engineers, that is not the case, “Many physical trainers blame older people for not sticking with their programs, while many if not most older people do blame a lack of time. But force mapping reveals a totally different physical reason, that neither group cares to mention, pain. “As far as adults are concerned, today’s exercises, used to strengthen muscles and stamina, have the same destructive common denominator as 3000 years ago.
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Higher-Exertion Exercise can Cut Flu Risk by 10%, Research Suggests

According to the results of the study, vigorous forms of exercise like football, cycling and running could potentially reduce p90X3 a persons likelihood of contracting the flu virus. Researchers were interested in precisely how different types and intensities of exercise choices may impact a persons likelihood of catching the flu exercise in the vigorous category proved to be the most effective of all. Their conclusion was that upward of two and a half hours of this kind of exercise each week could reduce the persons chance of catching the flu by 10%. Vigorous exercise was considered that which leads to highly elevated heart rate, heavier breathing and perspiration. And while less intensive forms of exercise are of course globally recognized as essential for overall health and fitness, this particular study suggesting that they will in no way help lower anyones flu risk.
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