This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Exercise

Israel Fires Missile in Joint Exercise With US

That can result in tummy troubles. Movement, absorption and secretion in the stomach and intestines can all be affected. Brain Increased blood flow also benefits the brain. Immediately, the brain cells will start functioning at a higher level, says Cameron, making you feel more alert and awake during exercise and more focused afterward. When you work out regularly, the brain gets used to this frequent surge of blood and adapts by turning certain genes on or off. Many of these changes boost brain cell function and protect from diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s or even stroke, and ward off age-related decline, she says.
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More older people find inspiration later in life to start an exercise program

Many of the nation’s intellectuals see those actions not as an attack on democracy, but as the best chance to save it. In Cairo, VOA’s Al Pessin sought out advocates on either side of the argument. Video Ethiopian Taxi Driver, Keyboardist Reinvents Music Career One of the most popular keyboardists in Ethiopia is now a taxi driver here in Washington. In the 1970s, Hailu Mergia performed with a famous band in Ethiopia. In 1981, he toured the United States with that band and then settled in Washington.
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Diana Nyad is just the latest of many older athletes competing after their prime Caitlin Dewey Athletes competing over 35 have become more common in baseball, hockey, football and a range of other sports. Cindy Boren The day after her accomplishment, 64-year-old swimmer says she feels “pretty darn good.” Unlike Nyad, Cooke, a government lawyer who lives in Garrett Park, was not much of an athlete for most of his adult life. But when he was 48, he changed his ways. I had little kids and I was fat, he said. I had a 6-year-old, and I didnt want to be an old slug dad who couldnt keep up with the kids. Cooke began running and now completes marathons with finish times in the 31 / 2-hour range.
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