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To start the season

96-y-o skierThe seasons are changing and snow rather than sun will be the dominant weather condition, here is a story from Ski Utah about a 96-year-old who can't stop skiing, can't see why he should and can see all the benefits of staying in shape to be able to.

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Why Exercise?

 

If you've read much of what is on this site you won't be surprised to learn that continued exercise contributes greatly to one's ability to continue to exercise! And the more we read about new research into exercise and related subjects, the more levels we find that this happens on.

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Charles Eugster - The World's Fittest Nonagenarian

charles-eugsterSGSC's first encounter with Charles Eugster was on a YouTube video of a Ted Talk he gave. Quite remarkably, he was expressing the very ideas about ageing that we hold at SGSC.

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The Inside VIew

 

Exercise is good for you - who knew? It's official - again!

 

Two related studies, recently published in Gut, the peer-reviewed journal for health professionals and researchers in gastroenterology & hepatology which is part of the British Medical Journal, have shown that people who exercise have more abundant and more varied...

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Jacinto at 73

 

 

 

Okay, so here's another Cross-fitter - 73 years old and proving once again that age is not a limiting factor if you have the determination to work at your fitness.

 

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Journalist Joins Gym

 

Journalist Suzanne Moore, now in her mid-fifties and never previously one to trumpet the virtues of exercise, has written a piece for the Guardian recounting her decision to "take herself in hand" and halt the gradual slide into middle-aged ill-health and decrepitude (our word).

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