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Some people think that there is a forbidden age that a person should not attempt to lift weights, but from research and countless personal experiences from the “older crowd”, there is sufficient proof that a person should lift weights as long as their body can perform the movements.  I will use my own personal experience for this article.  I will be 43 years old tomorrow and never felt better in my life and can not dream of ever giving up my weight training. 

Reason 1, weight training builds valuable muscle that MUST be replaced continuously because the  muscle on our bodies increasingly deteriorate as we get older. 

Reason 2, weight training strengthens your bones.  In case no one has told you but your bones deteriorate at a faster rate also as we get older, so to preserve bone mass and strength then one MUST weight train. 

Reason 3, there is a disturbing trend in our society with the “older crowd” battling diseases associated with age such as osteoporosis, cancer, muscle wasting diseases and the dependency on more and more prescribed drugs that only put a band-aid on the problem. 

Everyone has the ability and the duty to take care of their body so that when they are in the latter years of their lives, it will be more rewarding and joyous without the complications of illnesses that could have been corrected by a healthy diet and adequate weight training.  Here is a plan that anyone can follow if one can move his/her own body under his/her own strength without the help of a wheelchair, power chair, etc.

1.  Get a pair of dumbbells that you can handle
2.  Get an exercise poster illustrating different exercises
3.  Get a healthy eating meal plan
4.  Follow the meal plan as designed and perform the exercises and you will see a marked improvement in your energy, firmness of body, better skin, and best of all you will no longer be with the “older crowd” because you will look younger!

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“Department of Defense. Department of the Army… SETS FORTH THE PRINCIPLE THAT THEAMERICAN SOLDIER SHOULD ‘NEVER SURRENDER’ TO THE ENEMY EVEN IN THE FACE OF IMMINENT DEATH OR CAPTURE”

NEW VERSION with improved video & sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rq5eZgKDchU

US Army film AIF-6

Public domain film from the National Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied.
The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and equalization.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_of_the_U.S._Fighting_Force
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The Code of the U.S. Fighting Force is a code of conduct that is an “ethical guide” and a United States Department of Defense directive consisting of six articles to members of the U.S. armed forces addressing how U.S. personnel in combat should act when they must “evade capture, resist while a prisoner or escape from the enemy.” It is considered an important part of U.S. military doctrine but is not formal military law in the manner of the Uniform Code of Military Justice and public international law (such as the Geneva Conventions).

Colonel Franklin Brooke Nihart, USMC, worked at Marine Corps headquarters throughout the summer of 1955, outlined his ideas in longhand and the Code of Conduct was established with the issuance of Executive Order 10631 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower on 17 August 1955, after the Korean War. It has been modified twice—once in 1977 by President Jimmy Carter in Executive Order 12017, and most recently in President Ronald Reagan’s Executive Order 12633 of March 1988, which amended the code to make it gender-neutral.

Notably, the code prohibits surrender except when “all reasonable means of resistance [are] exhausted and…certain death the only alternative,” enjoins captured Americans to “resist by all means available” and “make every effort to escape and aid others,” and bars the acceptance of parole or special favors from enemies. The code also outlines proper conduct for American prisoners of war, reaffirms that under the Geneva Conventions prisoners of war should give “name, rank, service number, and date of birth” and requires that under interrogation captured military personnel should “evade answering further questions to the utmost of my ability.”

Text of the code…

– …3. Code of Conduct II

– a. I will never surrender of my own free will. If in command, I will never surrender the members of my command while they still have the means to resist.
– b. As an individual, a member of the armed forces may never voluntarily surrender. When isolated and no longer able to inflict casualties on the enemy, the American soldier has an obligation to evade capture and rejoin friendly forces.
– c. Only when evasion by an individual is impossible and further fighting would lead only to death with no significant loss to the enemy should one consider surrender. With all reasonable means of resistance exhausted and with certain death the only alternative, capture does not imply dishonor.
– d. The responsibility and authority of a commander never extends to the surrender of a command to the enemy while the command has the power to fight and evade. When isolated, cut off or surrounded, a unit must continue to fight until relieved or able to rejoin friendly forces through continued efforts to break out or evade the enemy…

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When you were a kid, how did you spend most of your days? If you’re like most kids, your life was probably pretty normal and uneventful. But for some children, daily life is a challenge due to situations beyond their control. Other children have gone above and beyond to excel at challenges that would seem daunting even for an adult. In this video, we will show you ten amazing kids that you won’t believe actually exist. Many of us have been inspired by our favorite television characters and tried to imitate their actions. However, most of us don’t pull it off quite as well as Ryusei Imai, whose fascination with Bruce Lee caused him to become a viral sensation. Sophi Green and Tiyo Satrio are both missing limbs, but don’t let that hold them back from doing many of the things that people with arms take for granted. Bayzid Sidker suffers from an unknown medical condition that makes him look as if he’s far older than he actually is, even though he is truly a child at heart. Kenadie Jourdin-Bromley has primordial dwarfism and weighed only two and a half pounds when she was born. Now twelve years old, she loves playing sports and going to school, despite her condition. Arya Permana made headlines for becoming the youngest person to undergo gastric surgery. After weighing over four hundred pounds at age ten, Arya needed to lose weight or his life would be in danger because of health problems.

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