I think my last episode left some confusion regarding my stance on cardio, although I can’t really see how. I felt the episode’s point was clear.
Nonetheless, I want to clarify my stance on some specific matters by addressing some viewer comments.
So, this is going to be a quick but informative video, covering fresh research that provides a hard answer to a popular question.
Should you do your cardio before or after lifting? Or on a different day altogether?
When is the best time to incorporate cardio so as not to hinder gains?
Well, this past March a paper was published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research that set out to answer just that!
So, is it really true that vegans live longer?
Well, I came across a scientific paper the other day that I thought would make for a VERY interesting video topic for people who want to know whether vegans live longer.
It’s also in line with videos where I’ve explained my anti-aging tips and routines. Backed by research, per usual. I will link both of those videos below for your convenience.
Now, on to this paper.
It was a cohort study, conducted in Spain, which explored the combined effect of six healthy lifestyle habits, or the lack thereof, on mortality in older people.
The study ran from 2000 through 2011, and monitored 3,465 individuals, who were representative of the Spanish population aged at or over 60 at the start of the study.
"Stress contributes to many health problems, such as high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity and diabetes."
So, I’ve done an episode like this before, where I share a personal recommendation for, and the science behind an herb for specific health and performance benefits.
One that I use, believe in, and feel may help others. Especially those who engage in regular fitness activity.
Last time, and it was a while ago, I discussed the remarkable joint and tissue-healing properties of the herb Cissus Quadrangularis.
This time, I wanted to discuss an herb that may help on a number of fronts, for those looking for mental, emotional, physical and/or even sexual health benefits.