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Almost all pain during a stout traditional workout comes from the stressing nerves inside joints and spinal disks. Adults already have hardened skeletons, so only their muscles need frequent stout exercise (the heart is muscle) to maintain powerful fitness. The joints and spinal disks of the average adults get enough abuse from normal activity. In the future these engineers see an engineering based adult fitness and exercise science called Aimed Resistance Force exercise, or ARF for short.
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Exercise becoming a new frontier in efforts to battle cognitive decline – KAIT-Jonesboro, AR-News, weather, sports
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“We encourage people to stay physically and mentally active. It’s one of those things that just makes sense.” “What used to be referred to as senility or just ‘old age’ is now much more understood, recognized and talked about,” said Richard Gottlieb, president and CEO of Senior Services Inc., a nonprofit agency that conducts a variety of programs for older adults in the Winston-Salem area. “I think early intervention is a plus, but there is still a lot of anxiety and fear about dementia. And it’s critical that we find some answers in terms of prevention and cures.” The brain, just like other parts of the body, changes as it ages.
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