The "article" makes sense, since d-o-g spelled backwards is God ... throw in something about "turning your life around" ...I haven't read Readers Digest since the 1960s when they had articles like "My dog taught me how to pray.."
I do very light weight on the shoulder press. I always feel like it would be too easy to tear something.Oddly enough, the exercise that has injured me more than any other - the shoulder press - didn't even make their list.
Shoulder presses can be murder on older backs and shoulders.
Is this really a myth? You just blew up a 40 year belief of mine... All those hours of waiting to swim!It was Readers Digest that helped popularize the myth about "waiting X hours or minutes after eating before going swimming".
(But it appeared in "Scouting For Boys" in 1908.)
Yes.Is this really a myth? You just blew up a 40 year belief of mine... All those hours of waiting to swim!
Care to explain what you find so stupid in this article. I have exercised all my life , and now pushing near 76 yrs old. Seems to me to be a little more cautious as we age as being smart.I give you the stupidest thing I've read in a long time.
Exercises to Modify If You're Over 50 | Reader's Digest