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This is apparantly very good for the elderly but I for some reason don't think so especially if they're weak and frail because I think it can harm them. Personally, since I don't like exercising already...then when an elder ima be sad to leave the house at all. It's like I'm retired so leave my alone to hibernate or whatever xD
Elizabeth — Very determined in her endeavors, never affected by anything that gets in her way.
Said by a smart Arktos member,
"A slavic girl may be so sweet. The nicest one you'll ever meet. She might seduce you if she can. You'll think she is your greatest fan. But cross her, and your fate she'll seal, with a will of titan steel."
I loved intensity training when I was yonger – mostly because I had tons of free time. Now it's getting harder. But I try to walk daily. And if you already know this year I've beat my score to 55 miles (it took 10 hours for me). A day is about 5 km for me. I try to take the longest way to work.
But walking isn't enough. The best one is too vary it.
I am absolutely sure about the article. I'll explain: I knew some elder people who lived long because of intensive training. They didn't do it intentionally – like gym attendance – they'd rather work variously or walked a lot.