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The benefits of regular exercise are too many count. And while short-term goals like weight loss and muscle definition are perfectly valid reasons to work out, they often overshadow some significant long-term benefits of a regular gym routine. Research shows that exercise can be a powerful force in preventing a slew of health conditions, including osteoporosis, diabetes, and heart disease.
Age-related declines in muscle and bone mass can lead to frailty and fracture, making it much harder to be an independent older adult. The good news is there's a proven prevention strategy: strength training. And a little goes a long way! Research shows that two or three 30-minute sessions per week can provide you with the bone density you need to prevent osteoporosis.
This simple plan targets every major muscle group and challenges your agility to help you stay swift and strong for years to come. Two or three days a week, do 3 sets of each exercise, focusing on form rather than speed. And don't forget to fit aerobic exercise into your weekly routine for added cardiovascular benefits.
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