5 Reasons You Should Try The Nitric Oxide Routine!

We all know there is always a new fad with what is the best workout but have you ever heard of the Nitric Oxide Dump Routine? This quick and simple 4-5 minute routine does more for you body in just a few minutes than you could imagine. This workout falls into the category of a High Intensity Interval Training Routine or better known as "HIIT"

 

The benefits of this workout include:

1-Boosts Heart Health by stimulating your body's release of nitric oxide.

2-Only takes 4-5 minutes two to three times per day so it easily fits into busy schedules.

3-Only involves 4 movements done in repetitions of 10 sets.

4-Reduces stiff arteries and resting heart rate in those with Type 2 Diabetes.

5-Helps with producing more HDL Cholesterol, aiding in Weight Loss, and even improves insulin sensitivity.

 

We know we know, this sounds almost way too good to be true but this routine actually targets all 16 of the largest muscles groups which equals a serious full body workout in minimal time. The ability for our bodies to regenerate nitric oxide every couple of hours make it achieveale to do this routine 2-3 times per day for best results.

 

So what does this routine entail?

 

Simply only breathing through your nose, all done in 3 sets of 10

 

1-Squats with a medicine ball

2-Alternating arm raises stopping at shoulder height

3-Double side arm raises

4-Double overhead press

 

If you are looking to get the most health benefit out of your workout this may just be the routine you are looking for. If you would like to personally have a trained therapist show you this routine please get in touch with us today! We also offer this in an advanced version.

 

"Your health is your greatest wealth"

Sources: www.drsearswellnessinstitute.com
Quote: Ralph Waldo Emerson

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