How To Live Longer And Stay Fit With This 30-Second Exercise

Ever been to the gym on a crowded Saturday morning? It’s a total mess.

Music blaring, people queuing for machines, and that one guy that’s been on the treadmill for an hour and forty minutes and just won’t get off.

And they expect you to pay for that nonsense? Yikes.

Rest assured, there is absolutely a better way to improve the health of your body. And it’s got nothing to do with squat racks or stair masters.

Learn how to live longer by improving your physical fitness with this simple 30 second exercise.

How To Live Longer With The 30 Second Exercise


Most exercise routines are overly difficult, complicated, and take way too much time.

But what if you could improve how your body functions for the rest of your day in only 30 seconds?

Almost sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it?

“You’re not fooling me,” you say. “I know I need to get my thirty minutes of cardio in for it to count!”

But here’s the thing: not all exercise needs to be some drawn out sweat fest.

Is 30 minutes of exercise good for you? Of course it is. But so is this 30 second exercise.

And you might be surprised by just how powerful it is.

Ben Greenfield Reveals The Ultimate Exercise Biohack

It should come as no surprise that this particular biohack comes to us from none other than Ben Greenfield. Ben is a world renowed biohacker and America’s no. 1 personal trainer.

Ben is dedicated to uncovering the truth about how to live longer and enjoy unstoppable energy and vitality.

He also happens to be the author of Mindvalley’s Longevity Blueprint Program.

In this video, Ben shares the mindblowing science behind how 30 seconds of exercise can actually speed up your metabolism and help your body function at its absolute best.

We’re not suggesting that you drop your regular exercise routine. But this simple exercise can help augment your fitness efforts and may totally change your energy output over the course of the day.

It’s easy to get stuck in a work slump — especially if you work at a desk. It’s no secret that a sedentary lifestyle just isn’t good for us.

It’s good to take breaks every thirty minutes or so. So, why not break up your work day with a little desk-side exercise?

The human body was designed to move. So, even a 30-second break from sitting at your desk is going to be hugely beneficial.

How To Perform The Exercise

So, how does the thirty second exercise work? Well, you’ll need to check out the video to find out.

And as a bonus, Ben also shares the two things you need to keep in check if you want to live a long, healthy life.

(Hint: these are serious lifestyle hacks that could totally change your world.)

Everyone’s got 30 seconds to spare. Why not use that time to improve the health of your body and mind?

Watch the video above to see how 30-seconds can enhance your health and add years to your life.


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Ben Greenfield

Ben Greenfield

From CEOs to NFL & NHL athletes, when the world’s top performers want to take their mental and physical performance to the peak of their abilities, they turn to renowned biohacker, and body and brain performance coach, Ben Greenfield.

After being a legendary bodybuilder, Ben discovered at the age of 35 that his biological age was much older than his chronological age. This single revelation sparked his deep curiosity for the science of longevity. Ben became a relentless self-experimenter and biohacker. Today, at the age of 37, Ben has a biological age of just 20.

The techniques he used are hacks that anyone—no matter their age or current fitness level—can do. Now, he’s sharing them in his Mindvalley Quest, The Longevity Blueprint Quest, where he teaches the best techniques you can apply to rapidly elevate your health, wellness and longevity.

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