Sorry, Gym-Goers – This Easy Exercise Is Healthier

Sorry, Gym-Goers -- This Easy Exercise Is Healthier


If you want to curb hunger, lose weight, and get a faster metabolism, this is the only type of exercise you have to do – and it’s super-easy…

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How “Tired Mitochondria” Cause Aging and Sexual Problems

New studies are revealing the role of slow, aging mitochondria. They cause sexual problems. Heart problems. Tired all the time problems.

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently explained how tired mitochondria can drag a man down into aging and impotence…

NIH News in Health

The solution is to restore and rejuvenate the mitochondria.

I found a simple little exercise that works.

Men say they are acting “like teenagers” again. One man said he wakes up with a “diamond cutter” erection and his wife loves it 🙂

When the mitochondria are active, your metabolism is running at top speed…

And you are experiencing incredible erections and incredible sex… Wow.

Here’s the simple exercise that restores mitochondria… Any man can use this to restore a teenage metabolism and teenage sexual performance…  

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Sorry Gym-Goers – This Easy Exercise Is Healthier

Stereotypes are kind of crazy.

They make us think things about ourselves and our environments that probably aren’t ENTIRELY true.

In fact, there’s this kind of crazy idea out there that if you don’t hit the gym EVERY single day you’re a couch potato.

But that’s not the case at all.

If you understand how exercise works and how to leverage it to get the most health benefits…

You can get great results and never have to feel guilty about not living in the gym or running marathons.

I mean, all respect to people who like to do that, but most of us just aren’t that good at it.

Look… I’m with those of you who don’t particularly love spending hours in the gym.

And I FULLY intend to live till I’m 120, and do it in a way that makes life very worth living – which, to me, means lots of sex…

(But that’s a different article.)

This doesn’t mean that exercise isn’t important, because it is – at least in moderate amounts.

You just don’t have to be an Ironman to get the benefits. I promise.

Here’s the reality.

A bit of exercise can DRAMATICALLY change the way your brain works and affect your metabolism in profound ways.

Let’s look at the reality of how exercise works with your brain. It’s really remarkable!

Cellular and synaptic reorganization of arcuate NPY/AgRP and POMC neurons after exercise

No. You don’t have to work out every single day. I promise!

Despite what popular programs like Beachbody P90x tell us, we really don’t have to work out every single day to get protective results from our workouts.

In this study, done on mice, the researchers show that exercise can influence the brain and metabolism for up to TWO DAYS after a workout.

“A new study from UT Southwestern Medical Center shows neurons in mice that influence metabolism are active for up to two days after a single workout.”

This works because of how exercise affects the brain.

Two types of neurons that humans and mice share help to control energy burning and appetite.

Now, this bit is completely counterintuitive, but a moderate amount of brisk exercise can make you less hungry and make your body work better with your blood sugar.

“One of the neuron types (POMC) is associated with reduced appetite, lower blood glucose levels, and higher energy burning when activated; the other type (NPY/AgRP) increases appetite and diminishes metabolism when activated.”

Interestingly, exercise has a direct effect on these neurons – suppressing the neurons that cause increased appetite and boosting the neurons that lower appetite and increase energy burning.  

It’s an actual physical reaction in your brain.

“The study found that a single bout of exercise can boost the activity of POMC neurons and inhibit the counterpart NPY/AgRP neuron for up to two days.”

And here is even better news!

To get these benefits only a moderate amount of  is needed.

You should get your heart rate up some and maybe sweat a little bit.

“Scientists found that a single workout (consisting of three 20-minute treadmill runs) caused a decrease in appetite that lasted up to six hours… This result may explain at the neural circuit level why many people don’t feel hungry immediately after exercise…”

So, if you want to spend an entire day binge-watching Netflix, then go ahead and do that.

It’s perfectly okay.

But make sure you go for a brisk walk either the day before or the day of – to protect your metabolism and your blood-glucose regulation.

Personally, I love to walk in the woods or on the beach with my beautiful wife, Jodi.

It’s a great way to get out and get some exercise without feeling like I’m doing a ton of hard work.

I recommend you find a similar approach to your workouts.

Find an activity you enjoy doing and then do that activity at least three times a week.

It could be ballroom dancing or hiking or kayaking or yoga…

It really doesn’t matter as long as it gets your heart rate up and you are physically active for at least 30 to 45 minutes.

Most of all, have fun!

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This 45-Second Activity Blasts Away Stubborn Belly Fat

I’ve discovered how to burn up to 1,800 calories a day with a simple 45-second activity…

No marathon gym-sessions, no diets, no skipping meals.

All you need is this 45-second activity and stubborn belly fat is gone, revealing firm muscles underneath.

Discover how this 45-second activity works and start blasting away stubborn belly fat right now…

Sound unbelievable? A little too good to be true?

Well just take it from Elliot, one of the 21,262 other men who have used this 45-second activity to blast away belly fat…

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