Skip the gym membership and do this instead

The British Journal of Sports Medicine says this 1 exercise is healthier for men than any gym work out

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Banned because it works too well — the simple supplement that burns away belly fat while building more muscle

In the 1930s, a shocking scientific experiment proved that a simple supplement could literally burn fat away in men…

And it didn’t just burn the fat away, it increased muscle mass, testosterone, and libido…

…and it naturally lowered all the bad stress hormones in the body…

…including cortisol that leads to belly fat, erections problems, and dreaded “man boobs” that women hate.

And then they banned this simple supplement… simply because it was working too well…

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You see, it was effectively killing off the diet and exercise industries…

And Big Pharma wanted to sell men expensive treatments instead.

So they banned it… but I brought it back…

…and it’s in a new natural form that I call Thermo 3 that’s just for men…


Skip the gym membership and do this instead

Let’s face it: the health and fitness industry is full of lies and scams.

They’ll tell you that you need expensive gym memberships, restrictive diets, and supplements to be healthy.

But you know what? I don’t buy it.Most of the stuff that’s being peddled by the so called gurus and fad-masters…

…just leaves you sicker, fatter, and more miserable than you were before you started.

It’s ridiculous, and it’s time for it to stop!

A recent study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine confirms what I’ve said for years…

Even small amounts of daily activity built into your regular life can have significant health benefits.

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“In a study published today in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, the researchers say that 11 minutes a day (75 minutes a week) of moderate-intensity physical activity — such as a brisk walk — would be sufficient to lower the risk of diseases such as heart disease, stroke and a number of cancers.”

The thing that’s so remarkable about this study is that it shows that doing SOMETHING physical is far better than doing nothing physical.

And doing tons doesn’t help health outcomes all that much.

The magic number is 150 minutes a week.

About 25 minutes of brisk walking a day. Doing more isn’t going to give you any bigger benefits.

Broadly speaking, they found that beyond 150 min per week of moderate-intensity activity, the additional benefits in terms of reduced risk of disease or early death were marginal.

But here’s the thing: the health and fitness industry doesn’t want you to know this.

They want you to believe that you need to spend hours at the gym or follow the latest fad diet to be healthy.

They want you to buy their expensive supplements and gadgets.

But you know what? It’s all a bunch of BS.

If you’re someone who finds the idea of 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity a week daunting…

…then the study’s findings should be good news.

Doing some physical activity is better than doing none.

And even just 75 minutes a week can bring with it a 23% lower risk of early death.

But even half this amount came with significant benefits: accumulating 75 min per week of moderate-intensity activity brought with it a 23% lower risk of early death.

So, forget about the gym memberships and fad diets.

Just get up and move your body in whatever way feels good to you.

You can also get significant benefits from a couple of brisk activity sessions a week that give you the 75 to 150 minute threshold.

“It is very encouraging news that being physically active on just one or two occasions per week is associated with a lower risk of death, even among people who do some activity but don’t quite meet recommended exercise levels,” said the study’s senior author, Associate Professor Emmanuel Stamatakis from the University of Sydney.

That means that if you like to do dancing, kayaking, yoga, or pickleball – it all counts! Do what feels good to you!

Let’s stop buying into the health and fitness industry’s lies and take control of our own health.

We don’t need their expensive memberships, fad diets, and supplements to be healthy.

We just need to move our bodies for 11 minutes a day.

And you know what? It doesn’t even have to involve what we normally think of as exercise…

—-Important Message About “Working Out” Your Penis—-

This penis workout grows the penis larger and fatter

Every blood vessel in the male member is surrounded by a type of muscle called smooth muscle.

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And in men who have poor erections or no rockiness, their smooth muscle is very poor and very weak.

They have very poor, very weak penile muscles. Just like if they had weak biceps and couldn’t lift heavy weights.

But if you work out the smooth muscle in the male member… work it out like you would any other muscle…

…you can get bigger, better erections naturally, without doing anything but stroking your member a certain way.

And this is way better than lifting weights — it feels really good and it’s something pleasurable any man can do in the privacy of his own home.

Here’s the penis workout that grows the member larger and fatter in 21 days


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.