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You should be able to get to sleep every night without the use of drugs (alcohol, pot, pharmaceuticals, etc). Sleep should be refreshing and healing. A minimum of 6 or 7 hours is typical.


Repetitive motion exercising, especially with weights, has been the fitness norm for decades. While it can achieve good cardiovascular and muscle tone results, it can also lead to back pain and joint stiffness. As the body enters middle-age, this can lead to poor mobility results.