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I just want to share this information and hopefully inspire someone. 

Part of my workout last night consisted of 11 consecutive minutes (between  500-600) of side-straddle hops (jumping jacks) and I closed-out by running a 6:20 one-miler. I swim between 2-3 miles a day and focus on HIT/circuit training 5 x week.

At 52, I feel rejuvenated. I have incorporated natural juices (beets, celery, lemon, ginger, kale, cucumber and pineapple). I also take a pre-workout plant based protein with added BCAAs (collagen) and green tea (the #1 superfood). 

I supplement 250 mcg of magnesium (citrate) nightly as recovery and as critical component of the ATP (Adenosine triphosphate), which is your cell's main energy source.

Besides nutrition, daily contact with nature is also critical to rejuvenation. We need to discharge our bodies from toxins and electromagnetic overload. This can be achieved by bare contact with your preferred atmosphere without any electronics on your person. In addition, contact with nature is good for meditation and peace of mind.

I hope this information is useful. I feel rejuvenated and probably in my best shape ever. Please consult a nutritionist and seek from nature. 

Take care friends and start owning your own minds and bodies.

 

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3 hours ago, Bronx said:

I just want to share this information and hopefully inspire someone. 

Part of my workout last night consisted of 11 consecutive minutes (between  500-600) of side-straddle hops (jumping jacks) and I closed-out by running a 6:20 one-miler. I swim between 2-3 miles a day and focus on HIT/circuit training 5 x week.

At 52, I feel rejuvenated. I have incorporated natural juices (beets, celery, lemon, ginger, kale, cucumber and pineapple). I also take a pre-workout plant based protein with added BCAAs (collagen) and green tea (the #1 superfood). 

I supplement 250 mcg of magnesium (citrate) nightly as recovery and as critical component of the ATP (Adenosine triphosphate), which is your cell's main energy source.

Besides nutrition, daily contact with nature is also critical to rejuvenation. We need to discharge our bodies from toxins and electromagnetic overload. This can be achieved by bare contact with your preferred atmosphere without any electronics on your person. In addition, contact with nature is good for meditation and peace of mind.

I hope this information is useful. I feel rejuvenated and probably in my best shape ever. Please consult a nutritionist and seek from nature. 

Take care friends and start owning your own minds and bodies.

 

when did you start?  have you always been in shape?

what is more important the workout or the nutrition?

are you married?

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3 hours ago, batman10023 said:

when did you start?  have you always been in shape?

what is more important the workout or the nutrition?

are you married?

Workout builds muscle.

Weight loss is in the kitchen.

Actually similar, I started working out last year at 48.   I can now bench, should press, and leg press more weight than at any other time in my life.

Food, largely carnivore.  All naturally sourced meat, good proteins, good fat.  I do eat a fair amount of fruit, or blended fruit smoothies my wife makes.

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