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How to Prolong Your Life: The Winning Combination of Cardio and Weights

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**Incorporating both resistance training and aerobic exercise** is the key to prolonging life, according to research. Combining weightlifting and cardio can lead to a nearly 50 percent reduction in mortality risk. Even if you’re unable to meet the recommended exercise duration, any movement is better than none, and your body will benefit from this winning combination in the long run.

The New Rules of Carb-Loading: Fueling Your Performance

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Discover the latest science-backed guidelines for carb loading to enhance endurance performance. Learn how carbohydrates impact athletic readiness, the purpose of carb loading, and tailored strategies for different workout durations. Whether you’re fueling up with carbs or training fasted, prioritize sustainable progress and optimal performance. ๐Ÿƒโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿ’ช

Unlocking the Secrets of Omega-3s: Your Guide to Preserving and Gaining Muscle Health

Omega-3 fatty acids may play a crucial role in muscle maintenance and growth during inactivity, as suggested by recent research. Studies show taking EPA and DHA can prevent muscle loss over short periods and even increase muscle mass during extended periods of little movement. While particularly impactful for inactive individuals, the effects on active people remain an open question. Additionally, omega-3s offer cardiovascular benefits, making them a dual-purpose supplement.

Debunking the 20-Gram Myth: Unleashing the Power of Protein Absorption in Your Muscles

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A new study challenges the notion that the body can only use 20 grams of protein post-workout, suggesting a capability for utilizing much higher amounts for muscle synthesis over 12 hours. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s email highlights this research, noting meal frequency is less important than total protein intake for achieving fitness goals, while recognizing the need for further research on long-term effects and varying protein sources.