Exercise goes a long way in keeping aging at bay, and if you combine it with good nutrition and a HGH releaser like GenF20 Plus, you should be in good stead for the years ahead. I myself exercise almost every single day, combining aerobic with strength training exercises like calisthenics, and I would strongly recommend everyone follow as I do. But, can you exercise too much?
You’ve heard it everywhere; exercise is good for you. Use it or lose it. Exercise the stress away. Keep the weight off, and lose it, with regular exercise. But can you overdo it? Yes, you can.
The key is achieving balance. Although exercise is a good thing, too much of it can be bad as well. When you exercise too much, you can negate the positive effects from the exercise and then, all that effort will be in vain. There are signs that can indicate over exercising, and if you notice them, it’s time to ease up on the pedal.
One sign of too much exercise is actually, poor sleep. The sleep can be unrefreshing, and even become full blown insomnia. You would think with all the exertion, that sleep would be easy to come by, but this often proves not to be the case. Your muscles feel sore, and the buildup of lactic acid in them takes a while to clear. The muscle tissues also need extra repair since exercise breaks them down, and too much exercise bogs down this process. This can affect your sleep negatively.
Exercise increases the demand for oxygen and protein in your body and muscles. With increased oxygen, you will need to increase your intake of antioxidants. If not, your cells will suffer from accelerated oxygenation. The extra need for protein also means you need to up your protein intake. This generally means eating more and more, rather than less. One of the secrets of decelerating aging is to eat less, not more. This has been proven by tests on lab mice. So are you sure all this exercise is going to be beneficial?
The best way to gain all the anti aging benefits of GenF20 Plus is to balance it with your fitness regimen – without overdoing it. 3-4 times a week, at about an hour each time, should be quite sufficient for most people. Your exercise regimen should consist of plenty of strength training workouts, because it is mostly strength training that can spur the release of growth hormone; alternate the strength training workout between different muscle groups on different days.