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How I Reduced My Biological Age While Training With Ben Greenfield

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Vishen, founder of Mindvalley, on how he reduced his biological age

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Summary: Do you know how old you are? There's a difference between your chronological age and your biological age. Find out more in this video.
Vishen Lakhiani’s Personal Story With Ben Greenfield

Do you know how old you really are?

We all know our chronological age based on the years we’ve spent on this planet… But turns out, our longevity has more to do with our biological age.

You might be surprised to discover that Vishen Lakhiani, the founder of Mindvalley, wasn’t always in the tip-top shape he’s in today.

Here’s how Vishen learned to redefine his health on his own terms with the help of America’s top trainer and biohacker, Ben Greenfield.

How Biological Age Differs From Chronological Age

It’s essential to understand that biological age isn’t the same as chronological age.

Chronologically, you know how old you are. That number is based on your date of birth and the number of years you’ve been on the planet.

But how about your biological age?

It turns out, that’s a completely different story. And our biological age rarely matches our chronological age. We can be biologically older (or younger!) than the number of candles on our birthday cake.

And that’s precisely what Vishen set out to discover.

In this video, Vishen shares a confession about how he woke up at the age of 40 and realized he was failing on his health goals — and how he ended up radically changing his biological age by working with world-renowned biohacker and America’s #1 personal trainer, Ben Greenfield.

How Ben Biohacked His Biological Age

Ben Greenfield is chronologically 38 years old. But biologically? He has the body and health of a 20-year-old.

Pretty amazing stuff.

Ben was able to reduce his biological age based on biohacking techniques he’s honed and perfected over the years. Everything Ben suggests is something he’s personally tried and tested on his own mind and body. So you know the results are real. Ben is living proof.

So, the real question is: what’s your biological age?

And more importantly: is it possible to change that number?

We do have the power to actually make ourselves younger. Ben suggests we can hack our biological age to become younger, healthier, and happier people.

Vishen’s story is an inspiring one, and it’s a great place to start if you’d like to learn more about how our biological age can affect us. In this video, he explains how he discovered what went wrong in his personal health goals and what he needed to do to get back on track.

Watch this video to find out the common mistakes we do that make us age, what shaving 10 years off of your biological age can do, and why science shows it’s more important to take care of ourselves than ever.

It’s possible not only to feel younger but to look and perform as if you were decades younger than your chronological age indicates. It is possible. And Vishen and Ben are living proof of that.

We can become younger, fitter, healthier, happier people. And these biohacking techniques are the best place to start.

Begin Your Biohacking Journey Now

We teamed up with Ben to bring you a full 60-minute Masterclass so you can learn and apply easy biohacks to rapidly elevate your fitness, health, and longevity

If you’ve been inspired to get the best from your body without spending hours at the gym and are interested in a simple 5-minute shower routine to boost your metabolic rate (so you’re naturally burning fat throughout the day), click the link below.

This Masterclass is free of charge for everyone and we hope to see you there. 

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Vishen is an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker, New York Times best-selling author, and founder and CEO of Mindvalley: a global education movement with millions of students worldwide. He is the creator of Mindvalley Quests, A-Fest, Mindvalley University, and various other platforms to help shape lives in the field of personal transformation. He has led Mindvalley to enter and train Fortune 500 companies, governments, the UN, and millions of people around the world. Vishen’s work in personal growth also extends to the public sector, as a speaker and activist working to evolve the core systems that influence our lives—including education, work culture, politics, and well-being.
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Vishen

Vishen is an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker, New York Times best-selling author, and founder and CEO of Mindvalley: a global education movement with millions of students worldwide. He is the creator of Mindvalley Quests, A-Fest, Mindvalley University, and various other platforms to help shape lives in the field of personal transformation. He has led Mindvalley to enter and train Fortune 500 companies, governments, the UN, and millions of people around the world. Vishen’s work in personal growth also extends to the public sector, as a speaker and activist working to evolve the core systems that influence our lives—including education, work culture, politics, and well-being.

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