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Intense Exercise Profoundly Inhibits Cancer Cell Growth & Formation of Tumors

Today I’m reporting on two studies that show how intense exercise suppresses cancer.  In the first trial, I'm summarizing the results from a fabulous study conducted by scientists in Sweden which makes a powerful statement about how the benefits from intense exercise can reduce cancer risk.  

The images on the left above show cancer and tumor growth in non-exercising subjects compared to dramatic reduction in tumor incidence and growth in subjects that engaged in intenst...

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New Study: 1 Minute of Intense Exercise-Benefits Equal 45 Minutes Of Moderate Exercise

These days virtually everyone is stressed for time and many people struggle to find time to work regular exercise into their busy lives. If you typically use lack-of-time as your excuse for not exercising, the study I’m reporting on today annihilates your excuse(s). 

Over the past decade, numerous studies have touted the benefits of high intensity interval training: greater benefits in less time. However, many of these studies have had some shortcomings (usually due to funding...

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Scientific Breakthrough: Understanding The Benefits of Intense Exercise

Folks, you are NEVER too old to engage in strenuous exercise! In recent years, a flood of scientific research has been reporting that the most efficient and most effective form of exercise is short intervals of high-intensity exercise. Some of the exercise programs that now utilize this approach include CrossFit, Tabata, Insanity and Sprint 8. However, up until now the mechanism of how or why intense exercise affects the body, especially at the cellular level, remained unknown. 

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A Book That Changed My Life: BioMarkers

Biomarkers by William Evans, Ph.D. and Irwin Rosenberg, MD is one of the most important books I have ever read. The authors present 10 of the most reliable biological markers of aging and show that all ten of these markers are directly regulated by muscle mass.

Weight training or strength/resistance training is the key. The authors claim that people do not need to become frail and weak as they age. They have shown that people of any age can engage in strength training programs and...

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