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by Dr. Mehmet Oz, AARP The Magazine, May/June 2010 issue
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Month 3: Ramp Up Your Exercise
Month 4: Manage Your Stress
Months 5-6: Make Health a Habit
En español l Oz Tip: Exchange sneakers with your exercise buddy. You’ll be less likely to renege on your daily walk together.
In cultures where people live long and healthy lives, rigorous physical activity is the norm. You’re already on your way with the 30-minute daily walk you’ve taken since Day 1 of this 6-Month Plan. This month we add weight-bearing, flexibility, and balance exercises. In addition to those shown below, check out all of Dr. Oz's exclusive exercise videos. (Remember to check with your doctor before starting a new exercise program.)
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