Tag: exercise

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Posted to YouTube–> PODCAST 49: Achilles Injuries

Dr. Ed Park of Recharge Biomedical explains Achilles Injuries. Several cases of injury while taking telomerase activator or adaptogens are reviewed. Best practices for avoiding injury and maximizing exercise benefits after age 40 are explained

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Exercise keeps you younger- duh

People who reported two types of exercise were 24 percent less likely to have short telomeres; three types of exercise were 29 percent less likely; and those who had participated in all four types of activities were 59 percent less likely to have very short telomeres.

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How RECHARGE helped me rock out for three days

I am grateful for having my supplement, RECHARGE, because even my son, who is a healthy 16 years old, complained of sore legs. As a 48-year-old, I had a sore low back and it became difficult to even walk by the end of each day.

But after taking 5 Recharge (my son took 2), we were both ready to take on the next day of 8 miles of walking, dancing, and standing for hours.

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48-yo woman stoked about outswaggin’ her teenagers

Middle age hit me hard–so I hit back. I threw money at everything, but nothing really seemed to make a difference, until I tried Recharge.
From the first night, Recharge brought back my intense night dreams, and I was definitely sleeping better. My mental clarity and focus have also benefited: I’ve been writing a book since January.
Physically, the effects of Recharge are most noticeable on my energy and stamina. I would surf for two days, scuba dive for another two days, then repeat that cycle. None of my teenagers could keep up with my 48-year-old Recharged self. Last, but definitely not least: Recharge makes you look fantastic. It’s like a facelift in a bottle.

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Exercise helps maintain telomeres

In this 2008 study of twins, British researchers looked at 52 pairs of identical and 15 pairs of fraternal twins and concluded that exercise, even after controlling for confounding variables of age, BMI, smoking, year of sampling, and socioeconomic status, was associated with telomere length preservation. The effect was 6 years of length for 100 minutes a week and 9 years of advantage for 3 hrs or more.

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