In fact, 99% of the exercise information found online will only cause damage to your thyroid and metabolism.
This isn’t about just explaining the science behind exercise and hypothyroidism, leaving you with no clue where to even begin. This is designed specifically for people just like you who want real answers and a real solution.
This is the most complete, most comprehensive, and ONLY exercise program designed specifically to address and overcome the inherent issues associated with exercise and hypothyroidism.
And the best part is that you can get started today in the matter of minutes because the entire program is available online.
The Hypothyroidism Exercise Revolution Program consists of a 3 Phase Progressive Exercise System designed for people of any age or exercise experience.
Remember… Exercising with hypothyroidism is about exercising Smarter, NOT longer or harder. That’s why these workouts are designed to be short yet highly efficient and effective, taking less than 30 minutes, 3 times per week.
The truth is that quick fix weight loss solutions (whether they be diet or exercise based) work by hijacking and taking advantage of your hormones in a very dangerous, unhealthy, and thyroid suppressive way.
They work by trying to trick your body into breaking down your own healthy tissue to use as energy. Sure, they want you to believe that you’re burning lots of fat…
Sure, you can go talk to your doctor or just about any other so-called “expert” out there and you’ll probably hear the same bad advice… (Most people believe that this makes sense but when you understand the physiology, it doesn’t make any sense at all!)
Any heaven forbid you tell anyone that exercise only makes you more exhausted because they just look at you like you’re some lazy person who is just making excuses.
Hypothyroidism sufferers don’t store fuel properly in their liver and muscles like a healthy human body does. And exercise causes your body to use fuel faster.
So, eating less means that you’re getting even less fuel and exercising more means that you’re using up what little fuel you do have available faster. When you run out of fuel, that’s when your thyroid and metabolism become damaged… Read more…