Quercetin Found to Boost "Human Horsepower"

Quercetin is a plant pigment or flavanoid found in onions, apples, berries, grapes, and red wine.
It’s a powerful antioxidant/anti-inflammatory that boosts your immune system and increases the mitochondria (the powerhouse of the cell) in your muscles and brain.
It’s only recently that researchers discovered its power to boost human performance.
A recent study by the University of South Carolina published in the International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism found that quercetin taken as a daily supplement improves your endurance even if you don’t exercise!

Heart Breaking News About Athletes

Here’s the most important thing about exercise for your heart…
Endurance training, like cardiovascular endurance (“cardio” for short), is not the only thing your heart and lungs need. It won’t keep your heart and lungs from shrinking with age. And it won’t make your heart less prone to disease.
Here’s proof…

German Secret That Won Olympic Gold

Eighty years ago, two Germans figured out a brilliant way to burn fat fast.
Back in the 1930s, a German doctor and a track coach got together and invented this brilliant training technique.
The athletes sprinted 200 meters and rested for a short time.
Then they did again. A 200-meter sprint followed by a short period of rest. And again.
It worked. Their students broke world record after world record. Roger Banister, the first man to run the mile in under 4 minutes, used this workout.