Two of the most beneficial things you can do for your brain, definite faith meets reason, and our…
Chad Grills

Here’s my question, I used to do around 40 minutes of cardio each workout but reduced it to 25 minutes because I’m concerned about wear and tear on my knees and hips (I’m 64). At what point are the benefits of cardio out balanced by the wear on your joints? Eventually needing knee or hip replacement is too high a cost to bare even for this.

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