Episode 9: Longevity Exercise – Less is More

What does exercise have to do with longevity? Everything! But wait, not all forms of exercise are created equal in paving the way for a long, healthy life. As an athlete and an Ayurvedic practitioner, I’ve experienced firsthand the life-changing benefits of an exercise theory I call, “less is more.” Enjoy this free 1-hour talk on the exercise method that Ayurveda and modern research agree can tack significant years on to your life.

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Air Date: May 7, 2014
Playtime: 1:11:38


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