Tech CEO Trying To Reverse Aging Shows Off Machine That Does Equivalent Of 20,000 Sit-Ups In 30 Minutes

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Tech CEO Bryan Johnson has become known worldwide as the guy spending millions each year to try and reverse aging.

This year alone, Bryan Johnson is spending $2 million to try and reverse aging with the ultimate goal of living as long as possible and pushing the boundaries of what is actually possible thanks to modern science.

Bryan Johnson allegedly has the ‘skin of a 28-year-old’ coupled with the ‘lung capacity of an 18-year-old’ and despite being 45, he has the ‘heart of a 37-year-old’ according to tests.

In a recent interview with Fortune magazine, Bryan Johnson discussed his reverse aging regimen. Part of that includes this machine which he claims simulates doing 20,000 sit-ups in just 30 minutes.

Johnson says he uses the machine at 100% (level 15) and lies down. He says the “sensation is it feels like it’s pulling your stomach out” when using the machine at first.

He says the machine runs on ‘high frequency electromagnetic stimulation’ which is a fancy way of saying he’s shocking himself repeatedly for 30 minutes to get his abs toned. Bryan Johnson claims this machine ‘contracts muscles far greater than (he) ever could in a gym’ which is a big claim.

This isn’t the first time I’ve seen one of these. On the crew team in HS, one of the guys had a wrap that shocked him repeatedly and was supposed to produce toned abs. In his defense, he was shredded but we were also working out for 4+ hours six days a week…

Bryan Johnson also discussed his reverse aging process on video:

The Fortune interview is bananas. Bryan Johnson’s reverse aging regimen “has 100 different protocols embedded in his day” from extremely specific caloric intake to what he eats to sleep times and more. His days include:

• 1,977 vegan calories a day

• exercise an hour a day, high-intensity three times a week

• sleep at the same time every night, after two hours wearing glasses that block blue light

• blood tests, MRIs, ultrasounds and colonoscopies

• take two dozen supplements and medicines

It is hard to comprehend having 30+ doctors taking care of you. But he is reportedly a ‘centimillionaire’ after selling Braintree Payment Solutions to eBay for $800 million. Totally normal stuff.

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