By Brianna Wray
the Times 

Fun ways to keep the blood flowing for cardiovascular health

Focus on Aging & Longevity


August 15, 2019

Brianna Wray

Susan Bauer teaches H.E.A.R.T., or High Energy Aerobics and Resistance Training, as well as slower, more alignment-focused aquatic classes for swimmers of every level. Classes are designed to engage the whole body, including the hands, and end with breathing exercises.

When asked her best advice on aging and longevity, my mom said she doesn't recommend it at all. She went on to say that it isn't pretty, which makes sense because no one gets out of here alive. There are, however, some habits that can slow the effects of aging.

No one will be surprised by the repeated results of scientific study after study. We all know that caloric restriction and exercise are the best allies in the war on premature aging.

Not all aging factors are in our control. Some traits are inherited, but some heart disease risk factors we can control are high blood pressure, chol...

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