Can This Type of Exercise Promote Anti-Aging?

 In Anti-Aging, Fitness

It is well known that exercise is beneficial in many ways, and that exercise can help you look and feel younger. But is any certain exercise better for its ability to prevent aging than another? Some say the answer to that question is yes. What is the most beneficial type of exercise? It turns out that resistance training may be the winner.

Most fitness advice involves some form of encouraging or promoting daily movement. But there is a big difference between movement, such as walking, gardening or other low impact activities, and vigorous exercise. The type of exercise that provides the most benefits to each individual person depends largely on what they hope to accomplish and their current fitness level. However, if one of your fitness goals is to help prevent noticeable or visual signs of aging, adding or continuing resistance exercises could give you the results you are looking for. Exercise can actually stimulate the secretion of anti-aging hormones into the body. With resistance exercises, joints and muscles are challenged enough to achieve this release of beneficial anti-aging hormones.

Challenging your muscles during a workout, followed by proper rest, is a great way to build strength and promote your fitness level. Doing high intensity sets of large muscle group movements like squats and push-ups, or doing weight lifting interval training has benefits beyond the obvious. These types of exercises push the body to produce lactic acid, which in turn leads to greater production of HGH in the body. The key is to push your muscles just beyond where you feel comfortable, do the exercises for a short time period and allow for plenty of muscle rest afterward. Adding this type of training to your fitness routine can help your body release more anti-aging hormones, which may help you look and feel younger than if you stick to the same fitness routine you are doing now.

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