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Tricor (Fenofibrate)

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Other names: Urispas
I want to take this opportunity to thank you for the aerobics conditioning programme. I have followed this programme faithfully for over nine months. During the past six months, I have been averaging as least thirty points per week entirely by walking. I sleep better, feel better and have gone through the winter without any medical problems for the first time in years— and I am anxiously awaiting my ninety-fourth year.
The above is an extract from a letter published in Dr Kenneth H. Cooper’s. This letter has probably been more responsible than any other for educating people world-wide to the fact that aerobic exercise is probably the best form of exercise for the maintenance of good health.
It must be emphasised that exercise alone will not achieve, or maintain, good health. There has been a universally popular misconception for years, that exercise will protect the body against all forms of dietary abuse. This is simply not so. Without careful attention to diet, regular exercise will do no more than slow down the inevitable downward slide to chronic illness and degenerative disease. However, regular exercise is that other essential ingredient, which, together with the right dietary approach, will ensure the maintenance of vigor and robustness well into old age.
Types of exercise
There are basically four different types of exercise. These are:
Isometrics—This involves the contracting of muscles, with a minimum of movement. It is useful to prevent wasting of muscles but does not contribute to overall health.
Isotonics—These include exercises such as callisthenics and weight lifting. Although these exercises involve more stretching and contracting than isometrics, little oxygen is used. The resultant increase in strength and suppleness, therefore, will not, necessarily, do much to enhance good health. It can, however, tend to reduce the effect of bad health habits.
Anaerobics—There is more movement in this form of exercise than either isometrics or isotonics. However, the additional need for oxygen is still fairly minimal. Anaerobic exercise include short walks and brief sprints. They are not prolonged enough to produce a ‘training effect’.
Aerobics—This is a system of exercise which relates oxygen consumption to physical fitness. It is designed to promote the supply, and use, of oxygen by the body. It involves continuous exercise which demands oxygen, but not to a greater extent than the lungs can provide. Progressive training will increase oxygen capacity and improve health.
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