The three biggies in the slow/reverse aging play book are eat well, stress reduction and exercise.
But what we may not have known is that exercise, specifically resistance training, has the ability to reverse some of the effects of aging.
Resistance training does not have to be only weights. You can do body weight exercises such as push up. You could also do band exercises.
But the key seems to be to tax your muscles.
A new study shows elderly adults who engage in resistance training can reduce the effects of aging. Not only does exercise make most people feel better and perform physical tasks better, it now appears that exercise – specifically, resistance training — actually rejuvenates muscle tissue in healthy senior citizens.
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