I want to discuss fitness training guidance. Long has it been that “use it or lose it” and “no pain, no gain” have anchored exercise theology. They have been the mainstay for much of modern fitness training lore. Today we still say ‘use it or lose it’ but we now say ‘no strain, no gain’.
A recent article on-line declares that researchers are homing in on what it called “the perfect amount of exercise for a longer life”. As you might imagine, reading beyond the headline could be grounds for, well, uh, for learning the secrets of longevity that Cortez was seeking 500 years ago. It turns out that two