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6 Benefits Of Walking You Probably Don’t Know

Are you looking to lose weight, normalize your blood pressure, improve your brain function, be happier and live longer?

What if I told you all this and more could be yours for the low price of 30min/day?

Oh, and the best part? This activity is free, easy to do, and you don’t need any fancy equipment or expensive gym memberships…

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Build Muscle To Lose Fat

There’s a fairly standard approach to weight loss…eat less and move more. To most people this means a restrictive diet and hitting the treadmill.

While nibbling on rice cakes and jogging may highlight the accepted procedure, it also doesn’t work as well (nor is it as enjoyable) as a different method – building muscle to lose fat.

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This Simple Habit Can Add Years To Your Life

Healthy TV | Episode 059

When I ask people – “Would you like to live a longer life?” the answer is almost always “It depends…” Which is usually followed by some earnest conversation about not wanting to be dependent on anyone else, to be a burden…

And I get that.

In fact, my goal for longevity has changed from stating a specific number to simply being really clear on the state of function I want to maintain, forever.

So that begs the question: What can I do to maximize my health and function long term?

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The 6 Best Exercises Everyone Can Do

What are the 6 best exercises everyone can do?

Don’t worry the picture above is NOT one of them! 🙂

I was asked this question by a patient recently and before I could give a quality answer, I wanted to give it some deeper thought…

Initially, my mind was filled will all of the challenging lifts and movements that could be done in a well outfitted training facility but unless “everyone” had access to such a place or access to the required equipment, some of those movements wouldn’t fit the bill.

The other MAJOR criteria that needed to be accounted for is scalability.

Could the lifts and movements be paired down for those with minimal fitness experience or simply poor health?

With that said, here are the 6 best exercises everyone can do…

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