What exercise gurus are hiding from us

Physical Exercise
Woman training at the stadium. Physical activity and endurance.

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What exercise gurus are hiding from us

Jonathan, the oldest known tortoise in the world, is still going strong at age 183.

This old guy lives on a tiny Atlantic island called Saint Helena and recently added a bunch of fruit to his diet, which seems to have made him healthier.

(There is a lesson there for humans – fruit makes us healthier as well.)

Humans don’t live as long as tortoises, but that doesn’t mean we can’t live long and healthy lives. It’s something that I’m obsessed with.

I even wrote a book about it.

One of the keys to a long and healthy life is moderate exercise.

Now, I’m not a big fan of the gym.

You’ll probably never find me going there to lift weights or run miles on a treadmill…

But I am a big fan of what I call “lifestyle integrated” fitness.

Lifestyle integrated fitness is something you can start today – even if you aren’t very physically active already…

And the benefits are huge.

Physical activity increases lifespan…

Study after study confirms that physical activity increases lifespan.

If you get up and move around, then you are less likely to get cancer, heart disease, or die.

“Studies have linked physical activity to lower risk of death, cardiovascular disease, and certain cancers.”

The movement doesn’t have to be anything extensive either. Walking, hiking, or dancing all work.

And you only need about 150 minutes a week – or about 2.5 hours.

“At the population level, meeting and maintaining at least the minimum public health recommendations (150 minutes per week of moderate-intensity physical activity) would potentially prevent 46% of deaths associated with physical inactivity, say the researchers.”

I’ve found that exercise works best for most people when it fits into their lifestyle instead of being something “extra” they do.

Whether you like to rock climb or hike or take dance lessons, do what works for you.

Personally, I get a lot of my physical activity in when I’m on the phone.

I pace back and forth across my office. It counts – and I do it because it’s easy and integrated into my lifestyle.

Here is one of the most important things about this study:

Even if you aren’t active right now, and you GET active even a little bit, you can get the same benefits of a healthier body and a MUCH lower risk of death.

I know that docs always want to prescribe stuff (and I’m not telling you to NOT take your meds)…

But getting a little bit active is MUCH better in my opinion and only has GOOD side effects.

Not like those Big Pharma products that can really make you sick.

“For each 1kJ/kg/day per year increase in physical activity energy expenditure (PAEE) – equivalent to being inactive at the start of the study and gradually, over five years, meeting minimum physical activity guidelines – the researchers found a 24% lower risk of death from any cause, a 29% lower risk of cardiovascular death, and an 11% lower risk of cancer death.”

You don’t even have to do it fast.

You can GRADUALLY work up to 150 minutes a week of physical activity over five years.

Start with a five-minute walk a day and gradually increase to a 40-minute walk on most days and you’ll have it accomplished.

It doesn’t even matter if you’re sick right now and inactive.

Increasing your activity level STILL works.

Results were similar in those with and without a history of cardiovascular disease and cancer. What’s more, compared with consistently inactive people, those who became more active over time had a lower risk of death from all causes, regardless of past activity levels.”

So whatever physical activity level you’re at right now, try increasing it until you get to that magic 150 minutes a week.

It will make a huge difference in your health. And it will probably increase your lifespan and your sexual function too.

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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.
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