The World’s Only Anti-Aging Fitness

Easy Fitness for All AgesThis morning I went out and did a series of sprints. Most mornings I do PACE Express.

I love PACE Express because you can keep modifying it and the workouts only take 12 minutes per day. I do a piece of one workout and then another piece from another workout to keep it progressive.

In the new building we’ve moved into we’re going to have a P.A.C.E. studio where I’ll give classes using P.A.C.E.

It’s exactly the sort of place I’ve always wanted for my Wellness Center, and it’s coming together fast.

I’m anxious to get everything going, because we’ll also have the space to expand our research on fitness and on P.A.C.E.

This is very important because I’m going to be able to prove that you can reverse some of the negative changes of aging that were once thought to be unchangeable. I’ve already shown that by increasing my VO2 Max. That’s the maximum rate at which you can get oxygen to your blood.

I was always told it was unchangeable. And then I did it. Because I focused on the right type of exertion in order to achieve the anti-aging effect I was looking for.

This is why the P.A.C.E. fitness studio will be a big part of what we’re doing.

You see, P.A.C.E. is the world’s first anti-aging fitness program.

And it’s more than increasing VO2 Max… you can reverse other changes of aging as well and grow younger, faster and stronger.

For example, recently a study of 2,401 twins found that physical activity was related to telomere length. The researchers found that vigorous exercise that didn’t last too long or too short a time helps people have much longer telomeres than people who get no exercise or who exercise for too long.

The people in the study got to choose the kind of exercise they liked to do, like I do with P.A.C.E. They did things like running, swimming, or tennis.

Those who exercised vigorously had telomeres that acted 9 years younger.1

And remember, they were only testing P.A.C.E.-like exercise. If they had tested for P.A.C.E., the anti-aging results would have been even better.

Another study shows that people who do little or no exercise have the highest risk for short telomeres.2

This is why I call P.A.C.E. the world’s first anti-aging fitness program. It’s the only exercise program that specifically addresses the changes of aging, and reverses them. It lets you do just the right amount of exertion to give you the anti-aging benefits in as little as 12 minutes per day.

You can try it right now.

Here are a few of my favorite movements to do during a P.A.C.E. workout. All you need is your body and some space. They seem simple, but will give you a real anti-aging workout:

  • Push-ups: Start face down on the floor, palms against the floor under shoulders, toes curled up against the floor. Push up with arms keeping a straight line from head through toes. Lower to within a few inches of the floor and repeat. This exercise is great for your entire upper body.
  • Squats: Stand with feet shoulder width apart. Squat as far as possible bringing your arms forward parallel to the floor. Return to standing position. Repeat. Lean a bit forward to work your buttox and straighten up to work the big muscles in your thighs.
  • Knee bends: These are great for balance. Start with your feet almost together and arms at your side, head straight and level. Lower your body by bending your knees until your thighs are parallel to the floor, rising up on your toes, while simultaneously swinging your arms forward until they are parallel to the floor in front of you, fingers together and palms facing down, and back remaining perpendicular to the floor. Without stopping, reverse this motion and return to your original starting position. Repeat.
  • Jump squats: Start with your body crouched, feet together, arms at your sides, head straight and level. From this position, quickly straighten your legs and jump upward as high as you can into the air, simultaneously extending your arms and reaching upwards overhead. Once you have landed, quickly return to your original starting position, taking care not to lose your balance throughout the exercise. Repeat.

It will take you a few sessions to build up your stamina. Start slowly. Take plenty of time to build up your strength, endurance and balance gradually. Rest and recover between sets. At first you’ll have to take longer breaks, but they’ll get shorter as you rebuild your natural strength.

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To Your Good Health,
Al Sears, MD
Al Sears, MD

1. Cherkas L, Hunkin J, Kato B, Richards J, Gardner J, Surdulescu G, Kimura M, Lu X, Spector T, Aviv A. “The association between physical activity in leisure time and leukocyte telomere length.” Arch Intern Med. 2008;168(2):154-8.

2. Krauss J, Farzaneh-Far R, Puterman E, Na B, Lin J, Epel E, Blackburn E, Whooley M. “Physical fitness and telomere length in patients with coronary heart disease: findings from the Heart and Soul Study.” PLoS One. 2011;6(11):e26983.