The key to longevity is to look after yourself – inside and out. For a younger approach to life, there’s one thing you can do to help yourself. Here’s what the research shows.
The director of the Human Performance Laboratory confessed the data had left him and his team “shocked”.
Based at the Ball State University, Scott Trappe made a surprising discovery about muscle fitness.
He found that men and women in their 70s, who exercised regularly, have the heart, lung and muscle fitness of healthy people aged 30 years younger.