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Sign In. The more weight I'd lose, the better I feel, the more fit I feel. It's fascinating. I'm loving it. Now, the last thing I want to talk about in this podcast and listen, I'm going to go into more detail on the second one. I know this is one of those long podcast, and I already cut this way down, but I just want to give you guys so much information because I know a lot of you aren't going to be able to join me, so I want to give you as much as I can on the podcast because you guys are awesome.
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The last thing I'm going to talk about is exercise. It's very, very important to me that you do not associate exercise with weight loss. There, I said it. I've already said this in my book that I wrote almost ten years ago, but do not exercise for weight loss. It's way too slow. You're going to quit too soon. Do not do it.
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We do not exercise for weight loss. What we do exercise for is every other thing that will tune us in and make us healthy with our body. If we try and run on the treadmill in order to lose weight, we are going to be very frustrated with the results. If we run on the treadmill in order to be more healthy, we for sure will be doing that for ourselves, and we will continue to do it if we find a way to do it in a way that serves us.
Why exercise? First of all, it's anti-aging. Let's do that. I've heard someone say before, "If you could take the benefits of exercise and put it in a pill, it would be a billion dollar industry", and yet, we get it for free and we don't do it, and there's so many reasons why we don't do it. I have been studying that really intensely why don't people exercise. I think one of the main reasons why is people think the reason to exercise is weight loss. They do exercise, they don't enjoy it, and they don't lose weight, so they're like, "Why the heck am I exercising?
I have an approach to exercise that is very effective for your health, doesn't require a lot of time, and is more of a mental and a physical tool rather than a weight loss tool. Exercise is anti-aging. It's bone-strengthening. I want my bones to be strong especially as I get older. It improves your brain. Think about all of the oxygen that's getting to your brain when you exercise. There is so much evidence that it reduces your cancer risk to exercise. Why not do it especially in the way that I'm going to recommend that you do? One of the things that I have taught in exercise is a minimum baseline is that you need to have a minimum baseline for yourself for what you want to do for exercise to take care of yourself.
One of the things that I recommend is that you do a minimum of five minutes, three times a week. Now, people have said to me, "That's not going to change anything. That's not going to do anything", but I want to promise you that it changes everything.
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Five minutes of exercise changes everything. First of all, it takes you from a person who doesn't exercise to a person who does exercise. That is an identity-changing thing. Even if you get up, go the gym, go on the treadmill for five minutes and go home, you worked out today. Do not underestimate the power of that.
Now, so many of us have been trained to believe that "Hey. I'm going to go run on the treadmill", and it will tell you how many calories you've burned. If you run for a mile on the treadmill, it will tell you that you burned calories, and so you may say, "Wow. That's amazing. I can eat this thing and then burn calories. If you had just been sitting on the couch, you would have burned 20 calories. Really, you only burned additional calories by going for a run. I want to lose a pound of fat. I just went on a mile run which for some of us I mean, that even to me, running for a mile sounds like the craziest thing.
Why would anyone want to do that? That sounds awful to me. I'm at a natural weight, and I'm very fit, and I still have no desire to go run a mile. I certainly don't want to go run a mile if I'm only going to lose or burn calories, because in order to burn a pound of fat, I have to burn 3, calories. Now, I've only burned I'm going to have to do many more miles in order to get to that 3,, and here's the biggest problem. Most people go run that mile, and then they're like, "I'm starving.
I'm going to eat everything in sight", because they've done the slow, steady mile, and afterwards, they're like, "I ran a mile. Now, I'm going to have a burger. If you are running to lose weight, you will cause yourself so many problems. Here's what I want to tell you. That five minutes that you work out has to be your minimum baseline, and you have to start seeing yourself as a exerciser first, and do that consistently. What you will improve is your health. What I really want to highly recommend that you do is commit to those three five minutes, and then instead of increasing the time that you exercise, you would actually benefit much more by increasing the intensity.
I want you to imagine that you have all this glucose. Remember, we talked about glucose, that insulin has traveled, has taken out of your food and put in your liver, and put in your muscles.
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