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We are told we should be doing at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise a week and, surprisingly enough, most people claim to hit that target. We know this because of studies where a random section of the population are fitted with accelerometers, devices that measure the amount of activity you actually do as opposed to what you claim you do. What these studies have consistently shown is... Instead, I keep my eyes open for "cheats", either ways of getting the biggest benefit for the least effort, or building exercise into my daily life in such a way that I am barely aware that I am doing it. Whether you "cheat" or not, there are two... The first is aerobic exercise, working your heart and lungs. The other form of exercise, which is just as important but more rarely talked about, is resistance training. Resistance training helps to build, or at least preserve, the muscles you currently have. A major reason for loss of tone is loss of muscle. From the age of 40 we typically lose up to 1pc of muscle mass every year. Shrinking muscle not only reduces your sex appeal but also your metabolic rate, and that contributes to weight gain. Unlike fat, muscle is metabolically active, burning calories even when you are sleeping. So how can you keep your muscles in good shape without taking out an expensive gym membership. While making a new series of Trust Me, I'm a Doctor for the BBC, I got together with Dr Phil Atherton, an exercise expert at the Royal Derby Hospital, to find out. Dr Phil had devised a set of exercises using everyday objects that he felt the average person could easily do and which would make a genuine difference in a relatively short time (see the exercises below). So we recruited a group of volunteers, all of them well over 40, and asked them to try out Dr Phil's muscle-building regime for four weeks. Before our volunteers started, they went through a battery of tests, with our experts measuring things like power, strength and muscle size. Then they went away for a month to get stuck in. Well, the results of our DIY approach to resistance training were, I have to say, pretty impressive. Source: www.independent.ie
The Cheat's Guide to slimming down and sexing up from Michael Mosley. Hold off on signing up for a pricey gym membership this January - instead try diet and fitness guru Michael Mosley's Cheat's Guide to exercising, using everyday household objects
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Just ten minutes a day, three times a week, can change your health for life. Hailed as “a health revolution” by the New York Times, Michael Mosley’s FastDiet—also known as the 5:2 diet—gave the world a healthy new way to lose weight through intermittent fasting. Now, Dr. Mosley addresses the essential complement to the FastDiet—FastExercise—teaming up with leading sports scientist Professor Jamie Timmons and super-fit health journalist Peta Bee to turn conventional wisdom on its head when it comes to working out. Responding to the latest research on high-intensity training (HIT), FastExercise dispenses with the practice of boring, time-consuming regimens, demonstrating that all it takes is half an hour a week to lower blood glucose levels, reduce your risk for disease, help you lose weight, and maximize your overall health. Throughout the book, the authors offer a range of workouts that take just ten minutes a day, three times a week, and can be done anytime, anywhere. Whether it’s pedaling at high resistance while waiting for your kettle to boil or holding a plank during commercials, research has shown the extraordinary impact that ultra-short bursts of HIT can have, whatever your age or level of fitness. Throughout, Michael Mosley and Peta Bee break down the science behind this radically different approach to exercise and give you the tools to take advantage of the most flexible and efficient method out there. It’s a practical, enjoyable way to get maximal benefits in minimal time, short and fast, something that can become a sustainable part of your routine, as instinctive as brushing your teeth. The benefits are innumerable, and the time to start is now.
Thompson, hosted the Celebration along with The Call 's drag hostess, Ashley Morgan. Assisting at the sign-in table were Michael Mosley, Jason Sanicki and Jose Alarcon, with incoming editor Misha Davenport. Theater professionals and fans, seemingly seated ...
Model Sarah Morrissey puts Michael Mosley's exercise 'cheats' to the test. Photo: David Conachy. Sarah Morrissey tries out the broom deadlift. Photo: David Conachy. Exercise. You know you should but if you are anything like me then you find it hard to make ...
Science journalist and TV presenter Dr Michael Mosley was asked by the Today programme to dispel his favourite alcohol myths, such as the idea that red wine is good for you. "There has long been this idea there is this marvellous stuff in red wine called ...
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Michael Mosley; Born (1957-03-22) March 22, 1957 (age 58) Kolkata, India: Nationality: British: Alma mater: New College, Oxford: Occupation: journalist, producer
Michael Mosley is a science presenter, journalist and executive producer. He recently presented Inside the Human Body and the BAFTA nominated Young Ones for BBC1, as ...
Michael Mosley; Born (1978-09-16) September 16, 1978 (age 37) Iowa City, Iowa, U.S. Occupation: Actor: Years active: 2001–present: Spouse(s) Anna Camp (2010–13)