Strength training can promote “cardio” endurance
The heart, lungs and vascular system are collectively a “blind” pump that respond directly to the demands of the skeletal muscles. The graph above shows the heart respons of one of our 60-year-old clients during a strength fitness session.

Science, not fad
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Fintess
Facts

Muscle preservation is key
to anti-aging

The following 10 biomarkers are determinants of again that you can control with diet and excercise:
1. Muscle
2. Strength
3. Basal Metebolic Rate
4. Body Fat Percentage
5. Aerobic Capacity
6. Blood Sugar Tolerance
7. Cholesterol/HDL Ration
8. Blood Pressure
9. Bone Density
10. Internal Temperature Regulation

Strength Training is key
to lasting fat loss

Effective total body resistance exercise ensureds discriminated weight loss (lose fat and keep muscle) during restricted diests. Holding on to muscle maintains metabolism (about 50 calories/day/pound of muscle).

Lose the Cardio, Lose the Weight?
Fitness expert Jim Karas talks about his new book, “The Cardio-Free Diet.” The author briefly discusses how building muscle boost your metabolism and results in more weight loss than cardio.

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