5 Minute Energy Routine Program By Eric C. – Full Review

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Eric Clayborn

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On March 24, 2016
Last modified:March 24, 2016


This review of The 5 Minute Energy Routine explains everything about this program by Eric Clayborn and provides useful explanations about its pros and cons.

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5 Minute Energy RoutineHello friend and welcome!

Below you’ll find our full review of the 5 Minute Energy Routine by Eric Clayborn.

As always, we will start out with a general overview of the 5 Minute Energy Routine program, continue with details about its main benefits and drawbacks, and in the final section sum up everything that we feel can assist you to decide if Eric Clayborn’s system is really the right choice for your needs…

Let’s start 🙂

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General Overview Of The 5 Minute Energy Routine Program

Quick Summary

Name: 5 Minute Energy Routine

Creator: Eric Clayborn

Format: Downloadable guide

Refund Guarantee: 60 days refund policy

Official Site: fastenergyroutine.net

Our Overall Rating: 4/5

Created by Eric Clayborn, a 59-year-old freelance travel writer, the “5 Minute Energy Routine” is a comprehensive guide that focuses on an ancient Chinese healing technique called “blood flow manipulation” which promises to help you lose weight, cure different kinds of diseases, and boost your energy levels in just 5 minutes daily…

A Quick Background Story

Eric Clayborn says he learned this ancient technique when he was hired by a major publication to travel to China and write about the life in their rural villages. In the village called Xidi, he discovered Nei Gong, an “internal martial arts” exercise that enables the villagers to naturally heal their body and stay healthy. In simple words, this special technique uses specific movement and breathing methods that allow the blood to flow to certain body organs.

Eric claims that this technique helped him to heal his intermittent fever, brain fog, low energy, and frequent colds. This motivated him to share what he learned to the public, and as a result, the 5 Minute Energy Routine program was born…

The Science Behind the 5 Minute Energy Routine

Through these controlled breathing and movement techniques, you’re able to redirect and increase blood flow to your vital organs, particularly the lymphatic system. One function of your lymphatic system is to help your white blood cells kill germs by filtering and trapping them. Increased blood circulation will also clear out clogged blood vessels and hasten the healing of wounds or infections.

More specifically, here are some of the things you’ll learn inside the 5 Minute Energy Routine guide:

  • The same 10 nei gong exercises used by most people living in the isolated provinces of China.
  • Thorough graphic instructions of each Nei gong exercise.
  • Instructions on how to increase the flow of white blood cells to certain body organs to boost your resistance against diseases and infections.
  • 7 breathing exercises that you could perform anywhere you go, and much more…

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The Main Pros And Cons Of The 5 Minute Energy Routine

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The Things We Liked


Backed By Clinical Research

Nei gong, now called qigong, promotes relaxation and good health. A number of studies have shown that it helps improve the function of our natural defense system (immune system), heart health, tension headaches, and bone density. It also decreases stress hormones (cortisol), anxiety, blood pressure, and depression. [1]

Takes Only A Few Minutes Of Your Time

This is with no doubt one of the best things about the 5 Minute Energy Routine Program. It only takes 5 minutes, which we’re sure everyone has. You could do this early morning, during your lunch break, or after work. The important thing is to do it consistently.

Good For Your Brain

Do you have poor memory? Do you have a family history of dementia? An important study shows that if combined with behavioral therapy and meditation, nei gong or qigong could help in the treatment of people with dementia, particularly early dementia. [2]

Even if you still have a perfect memory, you can use the 5 Minute Energy Routine to enhance your mental function.

Simple To Follow

At the beginning, you may find the exercises difficult because you’re still familiarizing the movements. However, the exercises in the 5 Minute Energy Routine guide are easy to implement once you keep practicing them.

In addition, it is important to say that you don’t have to be a martial artist or an athlete to do them perfectly.

Relatively Safe

Chinese martial arts exercises, like nei gong, are safe to implement, and even people with early dementia can do this without encountering any problems. The illustrated instructions Eric Clayborn provides are easy to follow, so we feel confident you would be able to execute each exercise without harming yourself.

60 Days Refund Promise

The 5 Minute Energy Routine program comes with a full money-back guarantee for 60 days, so you can try it out risk free. Eric Clayborn promises that if for any reason you will not be happy with the program, you can simply email him and to get all of your money back…


Potential Drawbacks


Doctor Consultation Is Still A Must

If you’re suffering from any serious medical conditions, like high blood pressure and heart disease, we highly encourage you to continue working with your doctor. Don’t stop your maintenance meds abruptly without your doctor’s permission. The 5 Minute Energy Routine can help you, but it’s not a complete replacement for medical intervention.

100% Digital Product

All the materials in the 5 Minute Energy Routine program are downloadable. If you’re not fond of reading eBooks, your only option will be to print out a copy of the guide from your computer – something that will add to the total investment in this program.

A Bit Expensive

The 5 Minute Energy Routine is quite on the pricey side when compared to some other guides on similar subjects online.

However, we must admit that it is much more affordable when compared to in-person classes. Usually, monthly session would cost $90 on average, and some of these classes would last for 6 months, more or less.

On the other hand, you only have to pay a one-time fee for the 5 Minute Energy Routine program. After that, you own all the materials for as long as you want…

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Conclusions And Final Thoughts

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Overall, we believe that “5 Minute Energy Routine” by Eric Clayborn can be a beneficial program to anyone who wants to improve his or her mental and physical health.

This is a simple, effective, and safe solution, and based on clinical studies we have found online, it can absolutely help with specific health issues.

Of course, we can’t say that this program is 100% foolproof and you shouldn’t use this to replace your doctor’s recommendations and other medical treatments. If you’re taking any meds or undergoing a certain medical therapy, please don’t stop them unless your doctor says so.

Another thing we could suggest is instructional videos. We hope Eric Clayborn would consider this suggestion, so it would be even easier to learn each exercise in the program. We just hope he won’t increase the price if ever he adds instructional videos to the package.

To sum it up: If you’re looking for a natural, safe, brief and effective method that can help you healing your body ailments, boosting your energy levels, and helping you to look younger, then the 5 Minute Energy Routine can be a great option for you.

While we couldn’t verify Eric Clayborn’s claims that these Chinese martial arts exercises will help you in just 3 weeks, it seems that his program does have the potential to deliver results pretty fast.

Anyway, the fact that Eric offers a 60-day money back guarantee gives you the option to take the 5 Minute Energy Routine program on a test drive for 3 weeks to two months and to see for yourself it really helps you or not. If you’re not happy with the results or lack thereof, simply ask Eric for a full refund…

Well, this is everything we can say about the 5 Minute Energy Routine program by Eric Clayborn. We hope this review was helpful for you, and we sincerely wish you a healthy and happy life 🙂

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[1] Ryan Abbott, MD, JD, MTOM and Helen Lavretsky, MD, MS. (2013 March). “Tai Chi and Qigong for the Treatment and Prevention of Mental Disorders.” Psychiatric Clinics of North America. Vol. 36, No. 1, Pages 109-119. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3917559/.

[2] Diana Yates. (2008, December 5). “Mix of taiji, cognitive therapy and support groups benefits those with dementia.” Illinois News Bureau. Retrieved from https://news.illinois.edu/blog/view/6367/206100.