The Power of Isometrics: Fitness for All Ages

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I wrote an article about how committing even five minutes a day to exercise can pay dividends in the long run when it comes to burning fat, building muscle, or (most importantly) maintaining your health and longevity in the battle against Father Time.

In said article, I provided an example of a five minute workout — something to crack a sweat, get a nice pump and burn some calories…

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CPPS, NESTA Fitness Nutrition Coach. I write about improving yourself by developing good habits. Website: www.harrisfitsystems.com - IG: zackharris01

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Zack Harris

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CPPS, NESTA Fitness Nutrition Coach. I write about improving yourself by developing good habits. Website: www.harrisfitsystems.com - IG: zackharris01

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