My name is Dr. Richard Jacoby.

I’m known as one of the world’s most accomplished peripheral nerve surgeons.

I’m also the author of the celebrated book “Sugar Crush” and my new book “Unglued.”

Playing Pickle Ball Halts Aging

I’m in my early 80s. I love to exercise and want to stay in shape, but going to the gym every day is boring.

Fortunately, there’s an answer.

Pickleball has become one of the fastest-growing sports in the world.

It features fast action centered around hand-eye coordination, demanding players start and stop quickly and repetitively over long intervals.

As it happens, this is precisely how our human bodies were designed to function, and it is one of the best ways to keep them healthy for long periods of time.

I once met a professional athlete, Ricky Henderson—one of the greatest baseball players ever.

Ricky Henderson never lifted a weight. But he was in phenomenal shape with excellent muscle definition.

You see, in the prehistoric past, our ancestors had to sprint for, say, 40 yards in this direction or that to either capture prey or avoid becoming prey.

Running long distances can tear your body down.

Playing Pickle Ball Halts Aging

Doing short sprints can stimulate your body to become leaner and more muscular while converting oxygen into fuel through a more refined process.

I teach practical life hacks like this in my online course, Urban Carnivore.

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