Latest Post from Fitness Tips for Women Blog,, Announces How Strength Training can Help Fight Alzheimer’s

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GetFitDaily offers women around the world the latest weight loss tips and women’s exercises. In her latest blog post, Stacy Carlo announces the benefit of strength training on long-term mental health.

Fitness Tips For Women - Stacy Carlo

Fitness Tips For Women - Stacy Carlo

New research shows that strength training can even help you fight off Alzheimer’s. is one of the world’s most visited Fitness Tips blogs. Offering daily tips and advice to women, information can be read directly from their blog, or via a daily digest email.

Today, Stacy Carlo at GetFitDaily published her latest post, titled “Strength Training Can Help You Fight Alzheimer’s”

Fitness fans can access the new blog post here:

In her latest blog post, Stacy explains to hear readers that what they during their twenties, thirties and forties has a direct impact on their likelihood of developing Alzheimer’s as an older adult.

She turns her readers towards a page on a CNN health blog that discusses the relationship between strength training and the disease. She advises everyone to read it and share it with their family and friends.

The study that the article places focus on was conducted at the University of British Columbia by Dr. Teresa Liu Ambrose, Director of the Aging, Mobility, and Cognitive Neuroscience department.

“In one study, 86 women between the ages of 70 and 80 were divided into three groups. Each group had a different exercise program; walking, strength training or balance/toning workouts. At the end of the six month study, each group was evaluated using MRIs to image their brains,” Stacy explains.

Each woman was also tested for Cognitive Executive functions, which included attention, memory and planning.

The study was able to conclude that the cognitive executive function and associated memory are the two traits most commonly linked to Dementia. Likewise, it was proven that women who started with a higher cognitive baseline enjoyed more benefits from strength training.

Stacy explains what this means to her readers.

“It means that you have even more reason to lift that weight, pull that band or do that push-up. It’ll make you look and feel good now and it just may keep you feeling good later,” she concludes.

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