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RESISTANCE WORKOUT WILL KEEP YOU STRONG AND YOUTHFUL
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An_248707 posted:
Women over 50 really need to get with some weight resistance workouts , to keep your neck strong and jawline sharp and intact you need to do some stretching exercises they really work i did them they will give you back your chieeled jaw.
for the body I recommend the weight vest by a co called nyknyc . It is for women and it looks great so I wear it all over to tone firm lose more weight and keep my bones strong too. this is a very easy way to stay as strong and healthy all your life and to look great too
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georgiagail responded:
Why, at age 60, would I want a "chieeled" jaw?

Gail
 
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Jane Harrison Hohner, RN, RNP responded:
Dear An: This is the FIRST time in ten years that I have a different opinion than our own georgiagail. There is nothing amiss about wanting a chiseled jawline after 60--especially if it is produced by cardio and resistance exercise rather than an expensive surgery. I also want strong shoulders and tight triceps, increased bone density and better endurance. If there was a magic wand I would wish that every woman would be granted time from her too-busy schedule to exercise.

OK, I also do it for vanity, but the health advantages and stress reduction are important,too.

Yours,
Exercise Nut Jane


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