But perhaps the most well-studied part of anti-aging is the role of telomeres, the protective caps at the ends of chromosomes that naturally get shorter as we get older. As we age, telomeres shorten naturally, but there are some things we can do to slow, or even, in small part, reverse that process. Endurance exercises reversed the shortening of … Continue reading DNA researchers pinpoint the type of exercise that could extend life
People in the world’s Blue Zones—the places around the world with the highest life expectancy—don’t pump iron, run marathons or join gyms. Instead, they live in environments that constantly nudge them into moving without even thinking about it. In fact, Blue Zones researchers determined that routine natural movement is one of the most impactful ways to increase … Continue reading The healthiest people in the world don’t go to the gym.
Dr Jeff Almon
From Superhuman Summit 2017 Dr. Jeff Almon showcases how much of our pain is invisible and how this results in significant injury. In particular, the ability to spot and then your adapt your protective reflexes – which silently inhibit parts of your body for the protection of other areas – requires deeper focus and attention. … Continue reading Invisible pain can lead to chronic injury
Dr John Pitts
Dr. John Pitts firmly beliefs that you can avoid costly surgeries by healing yourself. But this isn’t just wishful thinking or eccentric home remedies. At Superhuman Summit 2017, Dr. Pitts describes how stem cells are at the forefront of the future of regenerative medicine. We all have a bounty of stem cells within our bodies … Continue reading Using stem cells to avoid unnecessary surgery
New York Times
Exercise may change the composition and activity of the trillions of microbes in our guts in ways that could improve our health and metabolisms over time, a new study finds. The results provide novel insights into how exercise can affect even those portions of our bodies that seem uninvolved in workouts, perhaps providing another nudge … Continue reading Exercise Alters Our Microbiome. Is That One Reason It’s So Good for Us?
At age 40, Tom Brady looks for any competitive edge he can get. In his book, “The TB12 Method,” Brady outlined his extensive beliefs in pliability, flexibility, and diet to prolong his career. According to ESPN’s Tom Junod and Seth Wickersham, Brady also uses brain exercises to improve his cognitive function to stay sharp on and … Continue reading Tom Brady uses brain exercises designed for people with brain impairments to improve his function and it blew away the scientists who created them
As a new report reveals the mental health benefits of just an hour’s physical activity a week, it seems there is nothing a workout can’t cure. Here is why we should all sit less and move more.
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