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American College of Sports Medicine: “A Strength Training Program for Your Home.”
American Heart Association: “American Heart Association Recommendations for Physical Activity in Adults.”
CDC: “How Much Physical Activity Do Adults Need?”
Cleveland Clinic: “Cardio vs. Resistance Training: Which Is Healthier?” “I Just Started Exercising -- Why Am I Gaining Weight?” “Osteoporosis.”
Harvard Medical School: “5 of the Best Exercises You Can Ever Do” and "Give your heart health a lift."
Johns Hopkins Medicine: “3 Kinds of Exercise That Boost Heart Health,” “6 Heart Benefits of Exercise.”
KidsHealth.org: “Why Exercise is Cool.”
National Osteoporosis Foundation: “Osteoporosis Exercise for Strong Bones.”
Piedmont HealthCare: “Cardio vs. Strength Training for Weight Loss,” “Should You Do Strength Training or Cardio First?”
Smokefree Women: “What Are Strength Training Activities?”
Texas Heart Institute: “Exercise.”
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