Just posted this on DJ -forum, but guess you guys might be interested too: Dr Peter Attia speaks about longevity and health, very deep and analytic, engineered presentation. I found this interesting: https://youtu.be/vDFxdkck354 1h15min - pls be prepared Some insights on presentation: --- Health = - mind (cognitive) * executive function * processing speed * short term memory - body * maintenance of muscle mass * functional movement, especially hip hinge * freedom from pain - distress tolerance - sense of purpose, social support Tactics = What To Do The most important 4 items: 1. Nutrition - carbs so that avg glucose level stays "low" and std deviation minimized - protein just barely positive balance, not too much, not too low - fat: just balance 2. Exercise Physiology - strength training quite heavy, heavy hip hinge compound movements (Note! If you don't like training - do only this!) - interval/aerobic training (if you like) 3. Sleep Phys. 4. Teqhniques for distress tolerance Additional items (just mentioned no deep insight) (5) Endocrine System (6) Supplements (7) Drugs (8) Harmful behavior --- Everything is "simple" and makes sense. I was positively surprised he highlighted relatively heavy resistance training with compound hip hinge movements (Sq, Dl etc). He even stated "if you don't like training, at least do this!" which I think is clever idea. "Then if you have time and interest, you may perform some aerobic stuff..." Traditionally aerobic / cardiovascular training was recommended first and foremost. I'm glad to see this change.