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What Exercise Can Boost Human Growth Hormone (HGH) by 771%



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Dr. Berg explains what it is the best exercise to boost human growth hormone (HGH) by 771%. You can do this by sprinting and it’s one of the most explosive high-intensity interval training (HIIT) types of exercises. By practicing a short duration high-intensity workout with lots of rest. This workout is twice as effective as injecting HGH.

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Dr. Berg, 52 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The New Body Type Guides, published by KB Publishing in January 2017. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has been a past member of the Endocrinology Society, and has taught students as an adjunct professor at Howard University.

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43 Comments

  1. Doctor Berg
    I always wanted you to talk about swimming….keep committing about
    Please let us know if swimming is good for spick growth hormone

  2. I do this a few times a week on my indoor bike. Nice to see there is some real major benefit from this. Great stuff Dr Berg

  3. Dear Dr Bearg,
    much thanks for your advices it's very helpfull,I have one question if you allow
    is this phylosophy true for workout(muscle building)?
    to be more clear :if i lift a high weight i small times 30secondes and have rest 90sec and repeat the sequence 8 times ,than GH will grow?How can we benifit of this phylosophy in body building?
    Many thanks

  4. I love running and have been putting my runs on hold to repair my adrenals. This is similar to what I was doing before keto, so I'll be getting back to it soon. May just take longer than the 90 seconds between to recover.

  5. I as a keen every day cyclist I do this on my way home from work twice a week. Works so well for me. On the other days I take a long varied cycle both to and from work

  6. GOOD to know!!! Would this routine also be as effective, if done by doing "bicycle sprints", while perhaps sprinting up hills, etc?!… for the 30 sec. target, X (5 to 10 sets)?!… Also: …Perhaps wearing a weighted vest, or carrying hand weights?!… […I'll start trying to work up to this, ASAP!]

  7. Sir I’ve been referring to your videos ..I’ve a question ..since many a times you’ve said avoid sugar..can you plz enlighten me on having jaggery as a substitute for sugar ?

  8. Dr. Eric Berg DC, do you mean a literal, all out, sprint as fast as you possibly can? I have heard that marathon runners damage their hearts and end up with scar tissue. What about sudden, explosive sprinting? Are there any known fact on this, concerning possible damage, heart attack/stroke risk, etc.? I am 5'11", 270ish but muscular. I just wonder if I should do this or not. Thanks.

  9. dr Berg, could you please make a video explaining a little bit more in detail how the MUSCLES are actually powered when in KETOSIS? Also, is there a relationship between HGH and TESTOSTERONE/ESTROGEN ? thank you

  10. Sprinting gives me that full body rush and I really don't need to go for very long. Give me that HGH Dr.Berg

  11. I do 4 x 30-40 second sprints on the treadmill, at 18km, on an incline. In between each one, I rest for 5 minutes. Is this okay? Or should I bump it up to 8 times, with 90 seconds breaks between each one, like you said?

  12. I love it that your videos are short and to the point – so much content that is do-able right now. Thank you for all your hard work and care!

  13. as said by u sir we need to repeat it 8 times then at least it will take about 15 to 25 min hence how can we use this as a warm up sprint……..

  14. Remember to run on your toes. I made the mistake of running on my heels and my legs got really sore. When you run on your toes it acts as a spring for your legs. If you practice it you can actually run a lot faster.

  15. I love how concise this is. I like how you mention other methods to stimulate HGH. I would like it more if you had more of an interest in physical exercise and could give tips on muscle growth and how you got muscular (you would have to become more muscular to do this), the reason why I want that is because you explain things in a lovely and clear way.

  16. I wished someone told me this when I was much younger! I'm in my early 30s now. Will this still work for me, Dr. Berg?? Please answer me. I really want to grow taller.

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