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Dr. Jim Bell, PHD

Exercise Tip:

To improve Cardiovascular Fitness, try Low Volume – High Intensity Training Intervals:

  1. Warm-Up: 3 – 10 minutes dependent on Age/Conditioning
  2. Work-Interval (WI): 15-30 seconds of Hard & Fast dependent on Age/Conditioning
  3. Rest-Interval (RI): 90 seconds of Slow, Easy Recovery dependent on Age/Conditioning
  4. Repeat WI for 2 repetitions dependent on Age/Conditioning
  5. Frequency: 2-3 times per week

Nutrition Tips: D-3: RDA: 600-800 I.U.s Recommended 20 minutes of Sunshine, 3 times per week.
Note: 30 minutes of Sunshine on unprotected skin = 10, 000 I.U.s of Vitamin D.

Use Brazil nuts to fight inflammation. Brazil nuts contain selenium, a powerful anti-oxidant that neutralizes free-radicals before they can cause inflammation, including the inflammation of chronic diseases such as arthritis. Apples have a variety of healthful benefits and the Journal of Cell Metabolism just reported on a new benefit. A recent study suggests that an apple a day may prevent the muscle wasting that occurs as we age. The apple’s peel contains high levels of ursolic acid that promotes muscle building.

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Advanced Personal Fitness Trainer Certification
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