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Top 5 Tips for Exercise Get your Free eBook http://wolfsonintegrativecardiology.com/grocery-guide/ Discover how to grocery shop the heart healthy way with our free eBook, "The Natural Heart Health Guide to Grocery Shopping" What you need to know about food shopping for natural heart health. Hi I'm Dr Jack Wolfson the Paleo cardiologist and today I'm going to be talking about exercise and specifically the top 5 exercise tips from the Paleo cardiologist. We all know the benefits of exercise and today I'm going to demonstrate just how we are doing that. But, first off I wanna give you the first 5 tips that are really going to make a big difference in your life. The first thing about exercise is that it should be fun, it should be enjoyable if you dread doing it you're not going to exercise. So, let's make it something we enjoy we look forward to. The first thing is if you are doing any outdoor activities I always find that to be most enjoyable hiking, biking running, swimming anything that can be done outdoors in the great environment that we have. For most of the year no matter where you live that is that very critical for good body, good mind, good spirit ..ect. Another thing that is important is each day focus on a different body parts so one day work your work you legs, the next day work your chest, the next day work your back and biceps and the next day do your core and abdominal exercises. As you hit five or six days you will cover all those body parts and maybe save one day or two per week for rest. The other thing I would tell you is tip number three is burst activity is the best! Running up the mountain slowly going down the mountain, running up the stairs, slowly coming down the stairs, doing sprints all that stuff is much more like our paleo ancestors would be doing. They would be chasing after a loved one, they would be running away from a tiger, they would be picking up a boulder and throwing it to a different location, picking up wood for shelter or carrying water long distances. Those are the things that our paleo ancestors would be doing and those are the things we should be doing today. Tip number four is make sure you're well hydrated, always carry water with you during an activity drink water before an activity, drink water after activity it keeps you hydrated it keeps your blood pressure where it belongs and also helps to flush out some of the toxins and acid build up that we get while we are exercising. Natural healthy living https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCul5vzlF7nQgXg6lykuWfeg watch next video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAY3b0lMoGk Heart healthy tips from The Natural Cardiologist and my wife, Dr. Heather Wolfson. Watch our videos for the best in Paleo Nutrition and Paleo Lifestyle. We are The Drs. Wolfson and are changing the world. Join us. Contact us : For business inquiries: health@thedrswolfson.com https://www.thedrswolfson.com/ https://www.wolfsonintegrativecardiology.com/ https://www.facebook.com/TheDrsWolfson https://plus.google.com/u/0/+TheDrsWolfson https://twitter.com/thedrswolfson #Healthandwellness #naturalheart #healthcardiology #cardiologistholistic #Hearthealthytips #TheNaturalCardiologist best in Paleo Nutrition and Paleo Lifestyle, Drs. Wolfson,
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L. L. (4 months ago)
PG-13 or PG-18 depending on how progressive you are [planking]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMQ7RvQqxpQ
zelen plav (4 months ago)
Family toilets in many countries are squatting floor kind. They have strong legs.
Jennifer F (6 months ago)
Hi, Thank you so very much for writing your book, I'm a 1/4 of the way in & its the best medical read of our time! Best to you & your family :o)
JanCarol11 (7 months ago)
OK now find a place to start from someone who is in pain, with all kinds of orthopaedic problems from a life of - never squatting. This is too advanced (specifically squats, push ups - the "dumbbell" work is ok).
JanCarol11 (5 months ago)
Thanks! Yeah. I got it going. Yoga, tai chi, physio, karate, too. I just get frustrated when videos like this don't apply. I'm not alone, too - I'm working on designing a hybrid practice for people who cannot move, which there are more and more of these people. Someone 20 years old looks at your vid and says, fine. Someone 50 years old - it's a different story. Someone injured is just SOL. Think of this as a suggestion to make a video for people who are unable to run marathons - squat - or support their weight on their flexed hips, knees, or wrists. (I gave the same suggestion to Mercola, fyi)
The Drs. Wolfson (5 months ago)
Can you find a trainer? Yoga is another excellent idea.
Suki Sumile (7 months ago)
Thank you
D R (7 months ago)
Nice to see a Dr fit like you. Thanks
The Drs. Wolfson (5 months ago)
Thank you!
USA Resident (7 months ago)
I would love to exercise outdoors, but there is so much aerial spraying being done that I feel it would inflict more ham.
The Drs. Wolfson (5 months ago)
So sad. I think it's still worth it to get outside unless total overcast
Terence Mordia (8 months ago)
Talk too much
JayeBird (9 months ago)
Got my heart rate up just by watching, you! lol
Rosalba hamer (9 months ago)
Good advice
L. L. (4 months ago)
Agreed. And now please excuse me while I fly to the moon. :)
Marc Swanson (9 months ago)
Super exercises that can be performed without requiring much space and equipment.
Dan O'Beirne (3 years ago)
Great health info, practical & well communicated!   best from Spain

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