Tech CEO Bryan Johnson Spending Millions On Reverse Aging

Jun, 2023 - by CMI

A technology firm CEO who wants to avoid aging produces a device that does 20,000 sit-ups in 30 minutes.

Bryan Johnson, CEO of a technology company, has garnered international notice for his one-million-dollar anti-aging research budget. Bryan Johnson has spent over $2 million on anti-aging research this year to lengthen his life and push the limits of current science. Some studies say 45-year-old Bryan Johnson has the "lung capacity of an 18-year-old," "skin of a 28-year-old," and "heart of a 37-year-old." Bryan Johnson explained his anti-aging regimen to Fortune. He uses a contraption that he says is like doing 20,000 sit-ups in 30 minutes.

Johnson utilizes the device lying down at its highest setting (15). He described the apparatus's initial use as "pulling your stomach out." He claims that his ab-toning device uses "high frequency electromagnetic stimulation," which means he shocks himself many times. He uses it for 30 minutes daily. Bryan Johnson's research supports the bold claim that this gizmo "contracts muscles far greater than (he) ever could in the gym".

Bryan Johnson "has 100 different protocols embedded in his day" to slow aging. He carefully manages his diet, sleep, and other daily routines. He eats a vegan meal with 1,977 calories, exercises for an hour three times a week at a high intensity, wears blue light-blocking glasses for two hours before bedtime, gets blood tests, MRIs, ultrasounds, and colonoscopies, and takes many supplements and drugs. He'll get colonoscopies too.

It's impossible to imagine thirty or more medical professionals on call. He became a "centimillionaire" when eBay bought Braintree Payment Solutions for $800 million, according to reports. Normal food.