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10/27/12 11:47 A

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Great info Linda, thanks for sharing!
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"Put down the fork and get moving!"
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MOGAL1946's Photo MOGAL1946 Posts: 19,099
7/23/10 12:30 P

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Here's another good reason to move!

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7/23/10 8:03 A

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Doesn't muscle turn to flab and since muscle weighs more than flab your weight is less, but not for a good reason.

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6/6/10 7:43 P

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and just how does that show up on the scale???
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the lady mary

TODAY IS LIFE THIS IS NOT A DRESS REHEARSAL

there is no cause when there is no effect km

i can do that, but not on a tuesday
for that is my day of thrust in the opposite direction -
off the starboard bow
over the hurdles,
and down the shute.

last is just the slowest winner. c.hunter boyd

people often say that motivation doesn't last. well neither does bathing - that's why we recommend it daily. zig ziglar

if i stitch fast enough do


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6/6/10 1:45 P

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Thanks Linda!



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MOGAL1946's Photo MOGAL1946 Posts: 19,099
6/6/10 11:09 A

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Without consistent strength training, muscle size and strength decline with age. An inactive person loses 1/2 pound of muscle per year after age 20. After age 60, this rate of loss doubles. But, muscle loss is not inevitable. With regular strength training, muscle mass can be preserved throughout the lifespan, and the muscle lost can be rebuilt.

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