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Mayo Clinic Discovers High-Intensity Aerobic Training Can Reverse Aging Processes in Adults

If you’re looking for a Fountain of Youth as you age, the Mayo Clinic reports that their researchers have discovered that high-intensity aerobic exercise just might come close to that ever-elusive fountain. This training improves aerobic capacity, mitochondrial function for skeletal muscle and cellular machinery responsible for making new proteins in older adults.

If you've been reading my site for some time now, you probably know how much I value having a comprehensive and regular exercise routine, with Peak Fitness and high-intensity interval training (HIIT) being a favorite. Peak Fitness efficiently boosts your human growth hormone (HGH) also known as "the fitness hormone." HGH not only promotes muscle growth and effectively burns your excess fat, but also plays an important part in promoting overall health and longevity.

If you’re struggling to fit exercise into your regimen
there’s good news: You can exercise less if you pick up the pace, because the more intensely you exercise, the less time you have to spend on it. One single minute of strenuous activity within a 10-minute exercise session is as effective as working out for 45 minutes at a moderate pace.

As with any exercise program, before you begin a HIIT program, if you have a history of heart disease or any medical concern, please get clearance from your health care professional. Most people of average fitness will be able to do it, though — it's just a matter of how long it will take you to build up to the full set of reps. To find a HIIT workout that fits you, see my article: "This Interval Training Infographic Helps You Pick the Right Workout."
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