- Jorge Fernandez remember in your account Instagram the Benefits of the strength training from a certain age.
- “3 or 4 days a week would be ideal. And you don’t need more than an hour a day well done”, prescribes the presenter
- Jorge Fernández insists on the importance of strength training on his 40th birthday
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About to turn 50, the presenter Jorge Fernandez insists his followers take seriously the strength training. In fact, for the presenter of The Wheel of Luck the ideal would be to train four or five hours a week of this “natural medicine”.
For those who have been on the cover of Men’s Health, research on aging factors in the body has shown the way forward that he has put into practice. “The natural strategy with the most scientific evidence that exists today to maintain optimal levels of testosterone in both men and women, it is to practice some strength sport in addition to others that you like to practice,” said Jorge Fernández on his Instagram account. Several of his followers on social accounts, including several scientists, seconded his statement.
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For Jorge Fernandez, it is best to build a habit and not abandon it. In fact, he acknowledges that for most it can be the beginning that is difficult. “I know it’s hard to get started, but when it becomes routine, it will be a ‘natural medicine’ that you will have at your fingertips for the rest of your life,” he said of “true antiaging therapy.”
Thanks to his experience, he has the right recipe. “3 or 4 days a week would be ideal. And you don’t need more than an hour a day of well-done training to achieve these benefits,” says the television presenter. “Aren’t you going to have 3 or 4 hours a week to keep your hormones in balance?Jorge Fernandez asks.
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