Sunday, 4 January 2015


Which is better: to have fun with fungi or to have Idiocy with ideology, to have wars because of words, to have tomorrow's misdeeds out of yesterday's miscreeds? But why don't we adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience.
The art of battling body fat as you age is like a tug of war, but new research simply recommends adding weight training to your exercise regimen to improve the outcome of battling unwanted body fat. Building muscles does not just refer to getting bulky and becoming stronger. 

Thou hast the keys of Paradise, oh just, subtle, and mighty exercise. 

Researchers found that combining aerobic activities with weight, or resistance, training is key to preserving muscle and avoiding weight gain, particularly age-related belly fat.

We learned why they're called wonder drugs, you wonder what they'll do to you.

Because aging is associated with sarcopenia,  the degenerative loss of skeletal muscle mass (0.5–1% loss per year after the age of 25), quality, and strength associated with aging. Sarcopenia is a component of the frailty syndrome, relying on body weight alone is insufficient for the study of healthy ageing.

Opting for resistance training or, ideally, combining it with aerobic exercise could help older adults lessen abdominal fat while increasing or preserving muscle mass.

Perhaps our originality manifests itself most strikingly in what we do with that which we did not originate. To discover something wholly new can be a matter of chance, of idle tinkering, or even of the chronic dissatisfaction of the untalented.

The physical activities of people involved with a long term research were scrutinised, weight and waist circumference were analyse to determine which exercises had the most significant effect on the people's waistlines, or the amount of belly fat they had.

The people who did 20 minutes of weight training daily had a smaller increase in belly fat than the people who spent the same amount of time engaging in moderate to vigorous aerobic activities.

Meanwhile, the people who became more sedentary over the course of the 12-year study had a larger increase in belly fat.

The truth is inimitable, the false intransmutable.