How 30 Seconds Of Exercise Can Help You Live Longer

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I’ve known for a long time that reducing glycemic variance before any caloric intake is a great way to speed up your metabolism, helping your body burn fuel more efficiently.  I haven’t been motivated to do this until I watched this awesome interview with Ben Greenfield and the founder of Mindvalley, Vishen Lakhiani.

When I started doing the recommended exercise, I happened to be swollen at the time. I was overcoming an adverse reaction that I had to some food that I had eaten days prior that my body didn’t agree with.  After doing 30 seconds of intense exercise as recommended consistently for a week I was happy with the results.  I tend to have a sluggish lymphatic system in general and doing the 30 seconds of exercise not only helped to decrease my glycemic variance, but it also helped pump sluggish lymph in my body to reduce my overall swelling.  I don’t know about you, but with how busy life has been for me in the last 5 years, I definitely don’t have as much time to exercise like I used to.  I also have the philosophy of working smarter, not harder. To be fit, healthy and lean, you do not need to spend hours and hours at the gym or in exercise classes, unless you just like doing that.

Take a few minutes out of your day to consider what Ben is sharing about this 30-second exercise concept and test it out for yourself.  Please email me or write a response to this post. I want to know about your personal experience.  Let me know if you need help figuring out what the best 30-second exercise is for you based on what’s going on with your body or if you have any physical concerns you may be dealing with.

Click below to view the video.

How 30 Seconds of Exercise Can Help You Live Longer

If you enjoyed the short video then you will love this longer interview:

How To Live Longer And Defy Aging | Ben Greenfield & Vishen Lakhiani

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