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Dr. Levin, the creator and founder of the science of biotensegrity, demonstrates 7 one-arm pushups per arm on his 76th birthday. Dr. Levin is a Clubbell Athlete and vocal spokesperson for Circular Strength Training.

 

 

 

 

Steve Levin & Tom Flemons discuss Biotensegrity and body mechanics

 

 

 

Wanna live a long and healthy life? You might as well knock back the booze and smoke ‘em if you got ‘em - it turns out the key to longevity lies in the genes.

The race toward discovering the key to this type of longevity still continues. However, scientists have figured out that somewhere within our genetic makeup, some of us appear to have a mutation - a leg up, really - that stave's off cellular death. It's also possible that if researchers can identify the gene or genes responsible for long life, the rest of us can benefit through gene therapy.

 


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