This strength-training routine includes a mixture of weighted and non-weighted exercises, but they can all be performed as body weight exercises, if you prefer. If you want to try these at home but don't own any free weights, improvise-a bottle of water in each hand works well.
Adults tend to lose 3 to 5 percent of their muscle each decade. Strength training can reverse this trend.
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