Best anti-aging exercise to increase
growth hormone and testosterone naturally:
Do you want a free exercise program for fast healthy weight loss and anti-aging that only takes 10 minutes just 3 times/week?
The best part is it really works. There is so much controversy surrounding exercise, especially when it comes to weight loss and anti-aging.
We have all seen well-intentioned health enthusiasts pounding the pavement or spending long hours in the gym. The question is how much good is this really doing? Truth is for weight loss, none at all, and for anti–aging, it actually makes you age faster. So what IS the answer? High-intensity interval training called “burst-training.
This type of exercise actually burns fat and is anti-aging in nature. Let me explain: during long, “low intensity” exercise such as aerobic or cardio fitness, your hormones involved in weight loss and anti-aging go in the wrong direction. Growth hormone and testosterone drop. However during short, “high intensity” bursts, your growth hormone and testosterone increase. These are the 2 hormones you need to age slower and lose weight. This is also the best type of exercise for diabetes and heart disease according to new studies.
This type of workout takes less time, works better, and helps with aging. This is by far the cheapest and healthiest way to raise your growth hormone and testosterone naturally to optimize your health.
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