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Why getting physically stronger will help you live longer


George Dvorsky


Sentient Developments

February 01, 2013

Fitness trends come and go, but weight training in particular never seems to come into style. Part of the problem is that most people associate it with bodybuilding culture, and women in particular are reluctant to join the guys at the back of the gym.


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Posted by Christian Corralejo  on  02/01  at  10:59 AM

I wonder if regular exercise makes you taller as well?






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