March 2007
Health (Time Inc.);Mar2007, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p54
The article answers a reader's question regarding yoga and weight training. The reader would like to substitute yoga for weight training with hopes of staying slim and toned. The response explains that weight training can be substituted once per week to maintain the reader's current fitness level. Yoga can replace one of the weekly aerobic sessions.


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