Don’t Let Your


As we age, mitochondria begin to function less efficiently.

Mitochondria are the powerhouses of the cell, converting energy from food into cellular energy. 

When mitochondria start to shrivel, all of its functions are less efficient, and you may experience certain symptoms, including lower energy levels…memory loss…foggy brain 😯 

The more robust mitochondria you have, the more energy you can generate. 

“Preserving the mitochondria you have, and coaxing your cells to make more of them may lengthen your lifespan. Mitochondrial dysfunction is one of the main characteristics of aging and disease.” 
– Dave Asprey

How can you keep your mitochondria from shriveling? 

One part of the equation is… HIIT

Studies have shown that HIIT workouts can increase mitochondrial function and density. 

HIIT training increases the number of mitochondria improving your body’s ability to produce energy. In other words, the more mitochondria you have, the more energy you can generate.

Try today’s 40-minute HIIT walking workout. It includes a series of short intervals to help you keep your mitochondria healthy, burn fat and keep your metabolism humming.