Pump Some Iron
Stronger bones. Lower blood sugar levels. A better lipid profile that is good for the heart. These are just some of the documented
benefits of lifting weights. Also, a recent study found that multiple sets of resistance exercise or high-intensity lifting
(higher weight amounts) helped improve blood sugar and insulin sensitivity in prediabetic young adults. Prefer yoga? It has
the same kind of impact on blood sugar and lowers LDL, or “bad” cholesterol.
The Longevity Fix: The American College of Sports Medicine suggests resistance training two to three days per week with eight to 10 exercises for major muscle groups.
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