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Strength Training for Women Staves Off the Effects of Aging

From the Show: Train Your Body
Summary: Boosting your metabolism and keeping your workout new and balanced helps keep your look tight.
Air Date: 12/16/14
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Allison (Ally) Bowersock, Ph.D.,
bowersockAlly Bowersock is an assistant professor and the director of the Health and Exercise Science program at Jefferson College of Health Sciences in Roanoke, VA. Ally received her Bachelor of Science degree in both Allied Health and Nutrition from Bridgewater College, her Master’s degree in Kinesiology from James Madison University, and her doctorate in Education with a cognate in Health Promotion from Virginia Tech. Ally is an active member of both the ACSM and the NSCA. In her free time, Ally enjoys training for and competing in running and triathlon events ranging from 5k’s to Iron-distance triathlons.
Strength Training for Women Staves Off the Effects of Aging
Strength training is a great way to help stave off aging.

Boosting your metabolism and keeping your workout new and balanced helps keep your look tight.

Not only looks, but lowering your fat content keeps you healthier longer.

Good cardio workouts help keep your heart strong so you can continue to enjoy all those great activities that also make you happy.

Listen in as Allison (Ally) Bowersock, Ph.D., discusses just how a good workout routine can really keep you feeling younger.

 


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