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Are you training for a purpose? It’s easy to spot a baby boomer gym rat training for a purpose. Intensity in training, weekly physique changes, positive attitude and a physical demeanor that screams, “winner,” provide a visual image of a lifter training for a purpose.
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Baby Boomer Quick Tips and Facts
Should you super-size your coffee? While super-sized coffees and high-caffeine energy drinks will give a quick boost to your energy level, you will feel a decline just one hour later. UCLA School of Medicine recommends no more than 250 mg of caffeine each day, or just one regular sized portion.
Adult friendships reduce stress
levels. According to the
Nurses’ Health Study from
Vitality Magazine. July 2004.
New techniques to correct presbyopia, the Greek word for “old sight.” When the aging lens becomes rigid and less efficient with accommodating near and distant vision, most baby boomers turn to reading glasses. A new option to correct presbyopia is a laser monovision procedure, where one eye is corrected for close up vision, leaving the other eye for distant vision. The FDA recommends trying monovision with contact lenses before undergoing surgery to make sure you are able to adjust to monovision.
HEALTHbeat. Harvard Health Publications. www.health.harvard.edu
More information on the new anti-obesity drug, Acomplia. 235 obese women and 52 obese men participated in a study of the new drug. Research shows that a moderate 500 calorie reduction each day, showed an average 8.5 pounds weight loss in 16 weeks for study participants, compared to a 2 pounds weight loss for those taking the placebo.
Yoga Journal preaches a similar message to our current “Training for a Purpose,” article. Many of our baby boomer readers participate in this inherently individual practice. The Yoga Journal states, “Like yoga, eating is a highly personal activity-you learn to adapt your needs to the many popular nutritional systems and diets. Developing a mindful eating practice can provide a ground that truly supports and nurture your yoga.
Train hard, train smart and make it a legendary week!