DO OLDER ADULTS RESPOND TO EXERCISE TRAINING IN SIMILAR WAY AS YOUNGER PEOPLE?
The answer is Yes.
A study, by Western State Colorado University, has found older adults were able to adapt to personalised cardio-respiratory and functional/resistance training and improve health-related fitness to the same extent as younger people.
HOW RESILIENCE IMPROVES SUCCESS
Resilience is identified as one of the factors that helps individuals overcome difficult times. In business a resilient team is just as important as a resilient individual. However, while individual resilience is built independently, team resiliency can only be cultivated by leadership.
DO 10,000 STEPS A DAY INCREASE YOUR LIFESPAN?
A new study from the JAMA Internal Medicine has found, daily steps increase the life span however there is no difference in life span between taking 10000 steps a day or 7500 steps a day. This study has tracked the daily activities steps and speed of 16,741 women from ages 62 to 101 (mean age of 72 years) for 7 days in 4 years.
MORNING OR EVENING EXERCISE – WHICH ONE IS BETTER?
New research has found exercise may effect the body differently depending on the time of the day. A recent study from University of Copenhagen has found morning and evening exercise effects the body differently. Morning exercise can enhance metabolism function, while exercising in the evening can affect the energy expenditure.
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