Why do we lose energy as we grow older? Why are some of us prone to disease? Why do our bodies deteriorate with age? The answers to some of the most intriguing questions about life may be found in parts of our body a billion times smaller than a grain of sand. Mitochondria.
Professor Martin Gibala
Mitochondria are critical for health. The more mitochondria you have, the lower your risk for developing many chronic diseases.
Firing up your mitochondria can transform your health and fitness, and the evidence is mounting you can do it incredibly fast.
Professor David Bishop
When I started, there’s no way I would have thought that such a low volume of exercise, just a few minutes per week, could have had such great benefits.
Professor Mark Tarnopolsky
There’s no question that exercise alters the course of ageing. The assume that the improvement in mitochondrial function is orchestrating many of the benefits.