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Staying Young: How Intense Bursts of Cardio Can Slow Down the Aging Process


Published October 12, 2018

Some people buy every new cream, potion, and powder that shows up on the market with claims that it will combat the signs of aging, only to be sorely disappointed by a lack of promised results. However, there are tried and true methods to combat aging—like getting regular exercise, and new research has identified ways to target your exercise routine for maximum effect to keep your cells young. It’s a no-brainer to say that exercise improves health, but a recent study shows that high-intensity interval training can help keep you young by improving your mitochondrial capacity. The mitochondria and ribosomes of a cell are known to deteriorate with age, leading to low energy levels, low vitality, and even muscle-wasting. If high-intensity interval training is integrated into your routine, the activity in the mitochondria and ribosomes increase, resulting in energy, muscle mass retention, and ultimately a slowed down aging process. Read more…

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