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Top 10 YouTube Men’s Fitness Channels – TopX Ep.19 – Video

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Top 10 YouTube Men #39;s Fitness Channels - TopX Ep.19
Welcome to the nineteenth episode of TopX, the brand new http://www.WatchMojo.com show where we countdown the very best that YouTube has to offer! You can vote on future episode topics here:...

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Full #semanin AnzhelikaAnderson @ Alex Fitness, Russia, Spb – Video

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Rant – Pointless Fitness Community Drama – Video

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Rant - Pointless Fitness Community Drama
I decided to make a video about the ChelseaLifts/Alex Kang drama that built up while I was at work. Because the details are in a non-public FB post, I only revealed the essentials. I like all...

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World Fitness discipline – Video

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LEGENDARY LEG Day! From LA to 24hr Fitness – Video

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LEGENDARY LEG Day! From LA to 24hr Fitness
A great leg day which started at LA Fitness and ended at 24hr Fitness! I hope you guys like it! ATTETOP CLOTHING LINE: http://www.attetopsupplyco.com FACEBOOK PAGE: ...

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Fighting Bodies in Dachau – Fitness und Kampfsport – Video

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Fighting Bodies in Dachau - Fitness und Kampfsport
http://www.fighting-bodies.de/ Gewichtheben und Kraftdreikampf stellen die klassischen Wettkampfdisziplinen des Kraftsports dar. Ein regelmig durchgefhrtes Krafttraining wird heutzutage...

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Fitness level associated with lower risk of some cancers, death in men

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Men with a high fitness level in midlife appear to be at lower risk for lung and colorectal cancer, but not prostate cancer, and that higher fitness level also may put them at lower risk of death if they are diagnosed with cancer when they're older, according to a study published online by JAMA Oncology.

While the association between cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) and cardiovascular disease (CVD) has been well-established, the value of CRF as a predictor of primary cancer has gotten less attention, according to background in the study.

Susan G. Lakoski, M.D., M.S., of the University of Vermont, Burlington, and coauthors looked at the association between midlife CRF and incident cancer and survival following a cancer diagnosis at the Medicare age of 65 or older. The study included 13,949 men who had a baseline fitness exam where CRF was assessed in a treadmill test. Fitness levels were assessed between 1971 and 2009 and lung, prostate and colorectal cancers were assessed using Medicare data from 1999 to 2009.

During an average 6.5 years of surveillance for the 13,949 men, 1,310 of them were diagnosed with prostate cancer, 200 with lung cancer and 181 men with colorectal cancer.

The authors found that high CRF in midlife was associated with a 55 percent lower risk of lung cancer and a 44 percent lower risk of colorectal cancer compared to men with low CRF. However this same association was not seen between midlife CRF and prostate cancer, and authors note the exact reasons for this are unknown, although they speculate men with high CRF may be more prone to undergo preventive screenings and therefore have a greater opportunity to be diagnosed with prostate cancer.

The study also found that high CRF in midlife was associated with a 32 percent lower risk for cancer death among men who developed lung, colorectal or prostate cancer at Medicare age compared with men with low CRF. And, high CRF in midlife was associated with a 68 percent reduction in CVD death compared with low CRF among men who developed cancer.

"To our knowledge, this is the first study to demonstrate that CRF is predictive of site-specific cancer incidence, as well as risk of death from cancer or CVD following a cancer diagnosis. These findings provide further support for the effectiveness of CRF assessment in preventive health care settings. Future studies are required to determine the absolute level of CRF necessary to prevent site-specific cancer as well as evaluating the long-term effect of cancer diagnosis and mortality in women," the study concludes.

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Roxane Vezina Canadian Hippocrates Health Institute Guest (French) – Video

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Roxane Vezina Canadian Hippocrates Health Institute Guest (French)
Located on a lush 50 acre campus in West Palm Beach, Florida, Hippocrates Health Institute is the leader in the field of natural and alternative health care. For over 60 years, we have dedicated...

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Lets Talk! (Q&A, Yoga, Health, Fitness, + Snacks) – Video

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Tantrum Fitness Zumba Fitness Demo at SLO Health & Fitness Expo 2015 – Video

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Tantrum Fitness Zumba Fitness Demo at SLO Health Fitness Expo 2015
Nataly leading Zumba at the SLO Health Fitness Expo 2015. At Tantrum Fitness you #39;ll enjoy working out in a friendly environment with like-minded women who support and motivate each other...

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Roads ureaza La multi ani revistei Men’s Health – Video

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Roads ureaza La multi ani revistei Men #39;s Health
Roads: La muli ani, Men #39;s Health! Noi sperm c toi brbaii adevrai, care citesc revista, o iubesc, n secret, pe #FataDeCiocolat. Men #39;s Health aniverseaz 10 ani pe piaa...

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Sujana Krishna Rangarao speech on issue of Community health center – Video

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Sujana Krishna Rangarao speech on issue of Community health center
Sujana Krishna Rangarao speech on issue of Community health center.

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How to Grow Sesame | Guide to Growing Sesame (Nuvvulu) | Raithe Raju – Video

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How to Grow Sesame | Guide to Growing Sesame (Nuvvulu) | Raithe Raju
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High-Deductible Health Plans Cut Costs, At Least For Now

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Got a high-deductible health plan? The kind that doesn't pay most medical bills until they exceed several thousand dollars? You're a foot soldier who's been drafted in the war against high health costs.

Companies that switch workers into high-deductible plans can reap enormous savings, consultants will tell you and not just by making employees pay more. Total costs paid by everybody employer, employee and insurance company tend to fall in the first year or rise more slowly when consumers have more at stake at the health-care checkout counter whether or not they're making medically wise choices.

Consumers with high deductibles sometimes skip procedures, think harder about getting treatment and shop for lower prices when they do seek care.

What nobody knows is whether such plans, also sold to individuals and families through the health law's online exchanges, will backfire. If people choose not to have important preventive care and end up needing an expensive hospital stay years later as a result, everybody is worse off.

A new study delivers cautiously optimistic results for employers and policymakers, if not for consumers paying a higher share of their own health care costs.

Researchers led by Amelia Haviland at Carnegie Mellon University found that overall savings at companies introducing high-deductible plans lasted for up to three years afterwards. If there were any cost-related time bombs caused by forgone care, at least they didn't blow up by then.

"Three years out there consistently seems to be a reduction in total health care spending" at employers offering high-deductible plans, Haviland said in an interview. Although the study says nothing about what might happen after that, "this was interesting to us that it persists for this amount of time."

The savings were substantial: 5 percent on average for employers offering high-deductible plans compared with results at companies that didn't offer them. And that was for the whole company, whether or not all workers took the high-deductible option.

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Luke Bells Talks Ironman Longevity – Video

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Luke Bells Talks Ironman Longevity
Australian triathlete Luke Bell chats about racing in his hometown of Melbourne, the newest addition to his family and how he #39;s stayed motivated to compete at Ironman races for so long.

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104 year-old credits a soft-drink with her longevity – Mar 24th, 2015 – Video

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104 year-old credits a soft-drink with her longevity - Mar 24th, 2015
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BU/BMC study finds the role of genes is greater with living to older ages

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(Boston) - Genes appear to play a stronger role in longevity in people living to extreme older ages, according to a study of siblings led by Boston University and Boston Medical Center (BMC) researchers.

The study, published online in the Journal of Gerontology: Biological Sciences, found that for people who live to 90 years old, the chance of their siblings also reaching age 90 is relatively small - about 1.7 times greater than for the average person born around the same time. But for people who survive to age 95, the chance of a sibling living to the same age is 3.5 times greater - and for those who live to 100, the chance of a sibling reaching the same age grows to about nine times greater.

At 105 years old, the chance that a sibling will attain the same age is 35 times greater than for people born around the same time - although the authors note that such extreme longevity among siblings is very rare.

"These much higher relative chances of survival likely reflect different and more potent genetic contributions to the rarity of survival being studied, and strongly suggest that survival to age 90 and survival to age 105 are dramatically different phenotypes or conditions, with very different underlying genetic influences," the authors conclude.

The study, led by Paola Sebastiani, PhD, professor of biostatistics at the BU School of Public Health, analyzed survival data of the families of 1,500 participants in the New England Centenarian Study, the largest study of centenarians and their family members in the world, based at BMC. Among those families, the research team looked at more than 1,900 sibling relationships that contained at least one person reaching the age of 90.

Sebastiani and co-author Thomas Perls, MD, MPH, professor of medicine at the BU School of Medicine and the centenarian study's founder and lead investigator, said the findings advance the idea that genes play "a stronger and stronger role in living to these more and more extreme ages," and that the combinations of longevity-enabling genes that help people survive to 95 years are likely different from those that help people reach the age of 105, who are about 1,000 times rarer in the population.

They said that previous studies of the determinants of survival to older ages have been clouded by researchers not being precise about what they call aging, life span, longevity, or even exceptional longevity.

"For a long time, based upon twins' studies in the 1980s and early '90s, scholars have maintained that 20 to 30 percent of longevity or even life span is due to differences in genes, and that the remainder is due to differences in environment, health-related behaviors or chance events. But the oldest twins in those studies only got to their mid- to late-80's," said Perls. "Findings from this and other studies of much older (and rarer) individuals show that genetic makeup explains an increasingly greater portion of the variation in how old people live to be, especially for ages rarer than 100 years."

Perls and Sebastiani said there is considerable inconsistency in the gerontological literature concerning definitions of aging, longevity and life span.

"The casual use of these terms leads to confusing claims regarding heredity and non-replicated genetic studies," Perls said. "Many researchers equate the term 'longevity' with 'old age,' and neither term is adequately specific."

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'The Blacklist' recap: 'The Longevity Initiative'

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Last week, Liz told AgentCooperthat he was the only person in the world she completely trusted. At the time, she was trying to get away with a patented kidnapping/murder combo and he was waving around his morality flags like one of those inflatable creaturesoutside a car dealership because he couldnt even recognize the person shed become anymore; but tonight, ol Coops gets the unrecognizable tables turned on him. Cooper hasnt exactly kidnapped his ex-spouse and watched them strangle someone with a chain, but he did let a billionaire slip a few past the murder net in the name of appeasing slimy Tom Connolly and keeping himself in the medical trial thats currently keeping him alive. Morality is funny that way the threat of its imminence, and the fight against it, will lead people to do all sorts of things they never could have predicted for themselves.

Lets call his episode what it was: glue (not filler). It arranged some important pieces on the Blacklist chessboard so that at some point in thenear future, Red can come in and light those pieces on fire with a blow torch and then probably blood angel them, or whatever. Or, hopefully, all the seemingly random things we learned tonight will come to mean much more very soon.It seems we might finally beto the point in the series where every Blacklister relates directly to something we as the audience are at least somewhat clued in ongoodness knows there are enough story arcs up in the air at any given time to do so. Surely were all pastbelieving thatRed is doing any of this work for the task force any reason other than those directly related to the welfare of himself and Lizzie. Im fine with not knowing why Red needs to have Hobbs on his side, just as long as I know were spending time with Hobbs for a reason.

Tonight, there was even a big picture purpose to secondary Blacklister Dr. Powell, and that purpose was explicitly Fulcrum-related, a storyline thats pretty important tolet me get the wording right, herethe world, but hasbeen idling for quite a while now. Still, this wasnt an episode that sent the mind racing;but something about its mortality themelife, death, birthdaysmade it surprisingly emotional. Maybe it was all the frontal lobe talk, maybe it was missing Ressler having, yknow, lines this season, or maybe it was seeing little Lizzie Keen with a full forehead of bangs, but I got a little choked up as Liz shared her birthday wine with likely the only man she should actually completely trust at the end of the hour.

And then Tom showed up on Lizs doorstep, back bloody-eyed and bushy-bearded from Germany, and I was confused about everythingall over again.

THE LONGEVITY INITIATIVE, NO. 97

First of all, props on that name, I like an immortality research project that just puts all its card on the table from the get-go. Unfortunately, The Longevity Initiative has a few renegade cards that it doesnt quite seem to have a handle on. The episode opens on a scientist lingering in front of a tank full of jellyfish arguing with a man named Lloyd about whetherLloyd is going to keep helping him with some questionable experiments. Those experiments arent elaborated on, but the next thing you know, Lloyd is being pulled over on the highway with three bodies in the back of his produce truck that all have their scalps missing, brains sticking out of the skull like a Chapstick tube. So, Lloyd shoots the cop and makes a run for it. Because Lloyd is a man of many morally reprehensible talents.

Speaking of, Red has a new assignment for Lizzie, and they dont know it yet, but it has to do with Lloyd and his truck o brains. But before he gets down to business, Red delivers Lizzie a bottle of wine that was made from grape vines that she and her adoptive father Sam harvested together. Its her 31st birthday today, you see. Tom also called her earlier to tell her to have a nice dinner at Wing Yees, and also, hes in a ton of trouble and needs helpoh hey, theres the Major pulling up with ambiguous intentions, gotta go! So blessed to have such consistently thoughtfulmen in her life, that Lizzie.

Now that Red has made Liz wonder just how long hes really been a part of her life, and told her that his yogi thinks time doesnt exist, he has the perfect segue to tell her about the Longevity Initiative. Its a private company run by Roger Hobbs, a tech billionaire that funds ongoing experiments dedicated to extending human life indefinitely as a sort of pet project; and judging by the bodies that just turned up in the produce truck, theyve moved into the human experimentation phase. Luckily, Red knows Hobbs personally, so he sends Liz and Ressler to have a little chat with him before they jump to any conclusions about his desire to be immortal.

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