HGH and Exercise: Increase the Release to Look and Feel Younger!

 In Anti-Aging, Fitness

It’s unfortunate that our body’s natural defense against the signs of aging decreases as we get older, but that’s exactly how it works with human growth hormone. When we are young and going through a rapid growth stage, HGH is at its highest levels because it aids in the growth of tissue, bone and collagen, and regulates metabolism. As we age, our natural levels of HGH fall, and this causes visible signs of aging such as wrinkles and loss of muscle mass. But there is a way to increase our body’s natural production of HGH, and it will provide your body with increased production of HGH to help you feel and look younger than ever.

HGH is released in the body during two important activities: sleep and exercise. When you sleep, your body releases the most growth hormone during the first part of the night, which is why it becomes even more important to get a good night’s sleep. As for exercise, it is the biggest contributor to the release of HGH, but different types of exercise have different effects on HGH release. The good news is that as we get older, we can perform higher intensity exercises to stimulate an increase in HGH levels that can have a host of benefits, including increasing lean muscle mass and combating the increase in fat mass that seems to come with age. Benefits of this include lower cholesterol levels and lower blood pressure, two top worries for many of us as we age.

Now that you know exercise is the leading way to increase HGH naturally, you may be wondering which kinds of exercise have the most effect on HGH release. It turns out that resistance training, endurance training and sprinting are all great ways to increase your body’s production of human growth hormone.

Resistance Training: This type of exercise is the best for increasing HGH levels. If you do resistance training, you will be familiar with monitoring your load and frequency. For effective HGH release, it has been shown that lifting a heavier load with reduced rest time in between has the greatest benefit. In addition, large muscle group exercises, like lunges and squats, are the most effective types of resistance exercises because they engage the most muscle fibers.

Endurance Training: Doing cardio has many beneficial effects on the body, and that includes the release of human growth hormone. How much is released depends on the intensity , duration and frequency of the exercise. The best approach has been found to be several 10 minute sessions of increased-intensity exercise spread throughout the day, to following the naturally occurring pulse-type release of HGH. This is one area where it is important not to overdo your training, however, because pushing too hard with little recovery can actually cause reduced HGH.

Sprinting: Any type of running, swimming, biking is beneficial to your body and will also promote higher levels of HGH if done in 10 minute bursts like endurance training. This way, your muscles will be able to make the best use of the HGH.

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