I was just reading an interesting article on one of my favorite Science News sites and found some very encouraging news…
Whether you’re in your 20s, 30s, 50s or 60s, aging is “happening” to all of us…BUT does it have to mean inevitable decline?
I’m in my thirties and I find myself arguing with some of my friends about aging.
They think getting older means having an out-of-shape, weak, injury-prone body with lots of new problems…
And I flat out disagree and point to my fitness and health and that of many folks way older than me as an example.
Unfortunately, I don’t always persuade them successfully…It’s as if we’ve been brainwashed into believing that aging equals sick, fragile and weak…
The article I just read proved scientifically what I’ve believed and experienced in my own life.
You don’t have to give in to a life filled with disease, sickness and low energy just because you’re getting older.
Why not have the body of a 30 year old even if you’re 50…
Here are the 2 main points of the article I just read:
1) Staying fit helps you to stay young
but here’s what many people miss…
2) Intensity is more important than duration
Slowly walking or jogging for 2 hours at the same low-intensity rate just won’t cut it. You need to have INTENSITY. That again is where interval training stands out.
Age-proof your abs and your body and find out how to perform interval training from a true master:
To your ageless ABS!
P.S. Learning how to properly perform interval training improves your health, keeps you young and turns you into a fat-burning furnace.
…It also takes FAR less time than the traditional, long boring workouts.
How about you? How do you defy ageing? Share your success story through the comment form below.