Ever notice that people who run all the time age
FASTER than those who don’t.
If you look at many marathon runners in their
mid-30’s, you’ll already see the ‘prune’ look beginning
to etch itself onto their faces. Why is this?
There are a couple reasons:
1. Many distance athletes believe, erroneously, that because
they workout, they don’t need to take any sort of supplement
that safeguards them against free radical damage. Show an
endurance athlete a supplement loaded with antioxidants proven
to reduce the risk of illness, including cancer and heart disease,
and don’t be surprised if you hear, ‘I don’t need that stuff. I work
Uh – duh. When you workout, your body cranks out MORE free
radicals, not less.
Yes, you need to exercise to get the results you want – but to sweat
and NOT supplement is a mistake. When you take super potent
antioxidants like like elderberry, chokeberry, black currant and
bilberry -as well as a marine oil I’ll be recommending on Monday –
you are insuring yourself against disease.
In China, the longest lived people eat abundantly from fruits,
vegetables, meats, herbs – and green tea. Green tea is a mega
potent antioxidant as well.
2. The other reason for the ‘prune’ look – not to mention the
ready-for-the-scrap-heap feeling inside the bodies of many
distance runners is because, as the Chinese Taoists have taught,
the exerciser is ‘cooking’ his internal organs from over-exertion.
Cooking your organs?
It’s a scientific fact that some people are ‘warmer’ than others.
Their hands and feet are warmer. They sweat easier. They need
fewer clothes, and so on.
The above is not a bad thing.
However, when you over-exercise and have no method of cooling
your body off, you do internal damage and it shows on your face.
High stress in the home and workplace also contribute to over-
heating, too – so don’t think you’re off the hook if you don’t work
Key thing is you need to have a way to cool off internally.
Supplementing with antioxidants helps – but the way you exercise
helps a lot, too. If you exercise in such a way that your body
doesn’t overheat – a way in which you’re opening all the
meredians in your body, a way in which you’re increasing
the flow of chi within rather than obstructing it – well, then,
you will know what it’s like to be 80, 90 and up and still be
able to move with ease. You’ll know what it’s like to still be
mentally alert, filled with vim, vigor and enthusiasm.
This is what you are taught in the Chinese Long-Life System,
available at http://www.chineseculturesecrets.com/long_life.html
The other day I was at the beach – training a couple friends.
After one round of a specific exercise that looked like ‘nothing
much’ – the guy turned to me and said, ‘WOW. I can feel the
energy moving from my shoulders to my hands. I can feel
something clicking internally.’
Indeed. That’s the difference.
For great health you don’t just focus on the muscles. The
muscles matter not if even ONE organ in your body runs
amuck. See how strong your legs are when a kidney fails.
Or how powerful your chest if your heart has an attack.
Or how far you can throw a football if your spleen is ruptured.
The Chinese approach to a long-life involves working from
the inside out. That’s why it is uniquel powerful. That’s why it works.
Get the program today – http://chineseculturesecrets.com/long_life.html