The key point of Younger Next Year: The Exercise Program is that weight loss, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and other age-related illness is not really aging. It’s decay. And it is optional.
It’s a choice you make by how you live. You can choose to grow instead, and have a vibrant, meaningful life almost all the way through. Sadly, decay has become the norm for the majority of Americans.
The key to changing those decay signals back to growth is consistent, daily exercise. Exercise is the master signal for growth because it is the language of the physical brain, which runs our bodies and our metabolism. And there’s surprising new information on that front as well. Exercise literally changes the gene expression in the muscles, joints, and cells throughout the body.
Get moving and get younger! Check out Younger Next Year: The Exercise Program by Chris Crowley and Henry S. Lodge, M.D.
A snippet from the book to get you started... 10 of the 25 Sacred Exercises featured in the book. Note: These pages are excerpted from the entire book, which of course has a lot more context and instruction. Please speak to your doctor before changing your exercise routine.