The "physical activity paradox": while physical activity is generally beneficial for health and well-being when it is part of one's job it often does not provide the same health benefits—and can even be outright bad in some cases.
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Paul talks to the author of a paper about a 92-year-old, four-time world champion rower. We get insights about the many benefits of preserving fitness through life, as well as about the importance of clear objectives and goals.
Surgery messes up our lives in both predictable and unpredictable ways. It helps to know why injuries happen, how we can get stronger before we fix then, and why to keep moving afterward.
Far too many people avoid resistance training because they're afraid of injury, afraid of becoming bigger, or are unsure of how to approach it.
"I'm going to insist on getting an MRI." How many of you have said this? Sometimes your doctor doesn't order one or tries to convince you otherwise. Why is that? Hint: It's not because we don't care about you.