A recently published study found that high-intensity interval training, which combines short bursts of intense aerobic activity with longer stretch of moderate exercise, is best to reverse age-related changes.
A recently published study found that high-intensity interval training, which combines short bursts of intense aerobic activity with longer stretch of moderate exercise, is best to reverse age-related changes. EMILY MICHOT emichot@miamiherald.com
A recently published study found that high-intensity interval training, which combines short bursts of intense aerobic activity with longer stretch of moderate exercise, is best to reverse age-related changes. EMILY MICHOT emichot@miamiherald.com

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