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(From Business Line)
from BUSINESS LINE, February 09, 2007 Fitness expert Bharat Savur answers readers' queries on health and fitness
I exercised vigorously in my school and college days, as I was an athlete. Today, I'm 35, work in a bank and don't exercise at all
Would my exercising in my teens act as an insurance against heart problems now? I feel pretty healthy though I occasionally have a slight - almost negligible - stiffness in my lower back
Gautam Sinha Exercise benefits cannot be stored to act as insurance for your middle years. In fact, exercise benefits do not last more than four days. The cardio-protective effect exists only in …