Longevity, strength, and fasting – #longevity #strength #weight #fasting #calorie #athletes #running #runners #exercise

 

Sorry to report that this may be somwhat of a bad edit. The information is important, but I wish I had more time with this draft. Urgent need to post key info. More later.

Regards,
proclus
http://www.gnu-darwin.org/

 

Clearly, losing weight should not be the goal for everyone. Want to extend your life? Avoid too much sitting. – [Harv Womens Health Watch. 2014] – PubMed – NCBI http://1.usa.gov/1qc7EFM Some evidence that physical activity and fasting (CR) are similarly linked to longevity. – NCBI http://1.usa.gov/1qywgr5

We should consider the problem that enhanced longevity has not been the aim of training research. Much room for improvement. Much more work can be done, because strength and endurance capacity improvements are linked to enhanced longevity. The cohort of athletic types is now sufficiently large to produce meaningful longevity data. Much of the work is already done. We have excruciatingly detailed data on how to produce strength improvements,but not much on related longevity improvements. Why? It may not be necessary to conduct a protracted longevity study to get the answers we are looking for.
 

I think what is needed is a focus on best practices among those who are already engaged in life extension. Comparing to the general population is of limited utility, because this method cannot identify best practices. Perhaps the calorie utilization of a fasting person is a better baseline. It is easy to measure.
 

It can get a little nutty when people go buy a 1000 calorie super meal after burning a couple hundred at the gym. It could literally take you hours of intense to burn off that super size meal. I'm thinking of winding down the tweets, but I'll say this. I've been a dedicated bicycle commuter for over 30 years… Virtually nothing has opened my eyes to exercise and metabolism like the did. I'm not going back. I'd imagine that first time marathon runners have a similar feeling…. Burning several times the necessary daily calories in a single run makes a lasting impression. There is someone who told you that too much is unhealthful. They were trying to deceive you.

 

Some have said that I'm not a real deep thinker ;-). Others say that talking too much about is actually counter-productive. These days I'm more suspicious. Maybe we should be talking about more instead of less. Is it bragging or encouragement? Some say you shouldn't bother running many miles, if you are too slow. These days we know that is probably bad advice. The idea is that more people will benefit from if we talk about it more. It's not just for athletes. It is time to hear from the people whose ideas were classified by US gov. Enough of the secrets! We should no longer tolerate that research is funded by the people who want to keep the results to themselves. Sadly I had to tell one woman that she could not lose any weight by stair climbing alone. Let's turn on the lights! I've just had it with the BS factory. info is for everyone, not just professional athletes. I did 2 trips in 3 days. 2 days later I'm back to normal, better than normal. Why can't we communicate this? One problem is abit of collusion between highly competitive people and other people who are looking for any excuse to avoid working out. People aggregate to the minimum requirements and get sub-standard results as expected. The whole minimum requirements concept is deceptive. More produces better results. This is what we should be teaching. So who is pushing the minimum requirements meme? US MSM.  Is anyone left who is surprised that they are lying to us? They will have their elite athlete rock stars tho. What would happen to all those pharma consumers, if people exercised more than the minimum requirements? It is time to apply information sharing to training research.
 

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