21 Convention: “Strength Training and the Biomarkers of Aging” bibliography

I mentioned that I was presenting at this year’s 21 Convention and attempting to get the 20-something guys at the event to give a damn about their health before natural selection starts offing them for their inactivity and dietary indiscretions.  Here are all the references I used in my presentation, for the curious amongst you…after the jump.

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