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Revel in the rejuvenating effects of exercise, feeling your energy surge and vitality soar.

Just ask 63-year-old celebrity trainer Tony Horton about the benefits of exercise. Horton says staying fit and active is simpler than you think. “It’s a method anyone can do that takes about one or two minutes.”

Almost everyone begins experiencing some degree of age-related muscle loss, starting between ages 40-50 (the scientific term for this phenomenon is sarcopenia).

On average, people lose about 0.5%-1% of muscle mass each year. While that may sound minor, it can add up over years and decades.

Health experts have long believed age-related muscle loss is an inevitable aspect of getting older, with exercise being the only way to slow it down.

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