Body Hacking Using Exercise Physiology to Slow Aging with Anne Friedlander
Learn some tricks of the trade that will teach you why, what and how much you should be doing to optimize health and slow aging.
Physical activity is considered the ultimate healthy aging pill. As we learn more about how activity affects our bodies, physiologists focus on maximizing the benefits while minimizing the effort needed to maintain health and fitness. Learn some tricks of the trade that will teach you why, what and how much you should be doing to optimize health and slow aging.
Anne Friedlander is an adjunct professor in human biology where she teaches classes in exercise physiology and applied science. She has broad research experience in the areas of enhancing human performance, environmental physiology, and using physical activity to promote healthy aging. Professor Friedlander feels passionate about the benefits of movement on aging and health and specializes in giving talks translating scientific findings into practical applications for people.
This talk was recorded at Stanford Reunion Homecoming 2017.