Man Spending $2M A Year To De-Age by 27 Years Shows How He Does 20,000 Sit Ups In 30 Minutes

By Samantha in Life Style On 4th April 2023

Bryan Johnson, 45, has spent a whopping $2 million in an attempt to turn back the years.

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The man has now revealed that he has a special machine that he uses to do 20,000 situps in only 30 minutes.

Johnson has started his journey with an intensive and super-expensive medical program to reverse aging. 

He claims that the program which he calls the Project Blueprint has given him the lung capacity and fitness of an 18-year-old.

Johnson worked alongside a team of 30 doctors to closely monitor every part of his body and fitness levels in his bid to turn back the clock.

But reversing your biological clock is no easy feat. 

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The plan has Johnson working out for at least an hour every day, including three high-intensity workouts per week.

Part of his workout routine involves the fancy machine you can see him using in the clip above, which he says puts his body through the equivalent of 20,000 sit-ups in just half an hour.

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In the clip, Johnson explains: “What it feels like is, it’s pulling your entire stomach out. It’s like ripping it out.”

After the machine does its thing, he adds: “I thought I would be terribly sore after doing this, but actually I am not. Surprisingly.

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"But I would say my mid-section has never felt stronger in my life and it does change how I feel athletically.”

Alongside his fitness regime, Johnson follows a strict vegan diet, consuming 1,977 calories per day.

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And his sleep schedule sees him sleeping at the same time every day after spending two hours wearing special blue light glasses.

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And, of course, there’s no point in him doing all this if he’s not actively tracking it.

According to Bloomberg, Johnson has to undergo numerous medical procedures each month, with the outlet describing some of them as being 'quite extreme and painful'.

In a post published on Medium last year, Johnson opened up about his plans.

"With my world-class team of doctors, researchers and clinicians, if I am able to reverse my measured biological age by 1.01 years for every one year that passes, that is evidence that we have reached the first stage of aging escape velocity where life expectancy increases faster than passed time," he wrote.

"As for the magic pill, it appears that for the foreseeable future, achieving and maintaining peak wellness is just going to be a lot of really hard work."

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