60-second Trick PLUMMETS Cancer and Heart Risk
Some folks want to know how MUCH exercise they need to do to obtain its disease-slashing, life-extending benefits.
Others want to know how little they can get away with doing and still live LONGER and BETTER.
Regardless of which of those camps you’re in, I have some exciting new research to share with you today.
The study reveals a 60-second “Ditch the Gym” cheat that can SLASH your risk of dying from cancer and heart disease.
Researchers tracked over 25,000 people for seven years who did NOT exercise regularly.
These folks never set foot in a gym or intentionally engaged in exercise.
Instead, they got small daily doses of activity through climbing steps, doing high-energy chores, or other similar short but intense activities.
Incredibly these quick bursts of activity were linked to similar health benefits as a longer, more “structured” exercise program.
Current mainstream guidelines call for 150-300 minutes daily of moderate exercise or 75-150 minutes of vigorous activity.
But this study revealed that just 4 to 6 minutes of vigorous movement—over three sessions—was tied to a:
- 49 percent lower risk of dying from heart disease
- 40 percent lower risk of dying from any cause during the study.
While it’s clear that it doesn’t take much movement to get big results… this study DID show that MORE was better.
Bumping up to 11 short bursts of movement per day was connected to a:
- 65 percent lower risk of dying from heart disease
- 49 percent lower risk of dying from cancer.
It doesn’t take much effort to increase the intensity of some activities throughout the day—like walking to the mailbox, climbing the steps, carrying in the groceries, or canoodling with your significant other.
But that faster or more vigorous approach could pay off in the biggest way possible… with you living longer (and BETTER!).
This breakthrough study backs up what I’ve been telling you about exercise all along. You DON’T need to sweat it out in the gym to get results. Just move MORE, and sit LESS.
P.S. As you age, your brain tends to get smaller affecting memory. Fortunately, there’s a simple thing you can do every day to keep your brain bigger (and better). I revealed all the details in my earlier report here.
“Association of wearable device-measured vigorous intermittent lifestyle physical activity with mortality.” Nat Med (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41591-022-02100-x
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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