July 29, 2021

036 | What Is Now | Breath Training, Exercising To Save Money, & What Your Walking Says About You.

Show Summary:

In this week’s What Is Now (W.I.N.) episode, we discuss:

  • How using resisted breath training can lower your blood pressure.
  • At what age do you need to start exercising to save the most money on health costs in retirement?
  • What does the speed you walk at says about your personality?

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Main Show:

Sarah’s W.I.N:

What walking speed says about your personality.  Sarah talks about the difference between people who walk fast and slow.  Sarah is a fast walker.  Gary is slow.  What does that mean?

Peter’s W.I.N:

Peter has an inspiratory breath training device that he demonstrates.  A recent study shows that this device can lower blood pressure.  We discuss if it’s this device or if it’s just breathing in general that lowers blood pressure.  We also discuss nitric oxide again!

Gary’s W.I.N:

Gary reviews a study that looked at the correlation between when you start exercising and health care costs in retirement.  As you would suspect, the earlier you start the better.  Those who start between 19-29 years old, save about $1900/year in retirement.  Even if you start later, you can save up to $900 per year.  So just START!

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Voice Memo #1:

We have a voice memo from Peter’s cousin Lanna.  She has a question about the need for lifting heavy as a runner and when should you be happy with where you are?

Resources Mentioned In This Episode:

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020 | Financial Independence Series | Introduction 

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