A surprising number of Americans are running around with undiagnosed thyroid disorders. Some estimates put the figure in the tens of millions.
What’s more, 59 different diseases, including heart disease, are now linked to the thyroid gland not functioning properly. It’s not just about a sluggish metabolism anymore.
In my study of Chinese martial arts and chi kung, treating an under-active thyroid with exercise isn’t very difficult at all. In fact, one of the exercises I teach in The Combat Conditioning System, helps regulate the thyroid gland in a major way – and another runs close behind.
The main exercise for the thyroid also simultaneously strengthens your back, neck, buttocks, hips, legs and abs. It also helps to regulate your nervous system and increase blood flow to the brain (something dearly needed in today’s dementia prone age).
Almost anyone who performs the main exercise feels better instantly because it calms you down while strengthening your body. Although I’ve never taught it as the “the ultimate fat burner” – many people swear by it for that reason.
The second exercise runs closely behind. It also helps balance the thyroid while strengthening your torso, core and spine.
Both exercises are part of The Royal Court in The Combat Conditioning System – a program that has helped men and women in more than 140 countries get super fit.
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