Let me first say that I’m not an anomaly, I’m not genetically gifted, and I certainly don’t spend seven days a week in the gym.
I’d like to share these secrets and shortcuts with you if you’ll give me just a few moments of your time, and I can show you how you, too, can regain strength, speed, flexibility and your health faster than you ever thought possible.
There’s no magic bullet here. But there are proven techniques to combat the aches, pains, and ailments associated with getting older.
Guess what? You don’t have to turn into a shrivelled up, wheelchair-bound senior who watches Johnny Carson re-runs all day! There are seniors working out and staying strong well into their 90s, and you can be one of them.
Too many people have a defeatist attitude that the decreased mobility, agility, and balance associated with aging are inevitable. They think that muscle wasting (losing muscle mass) and weight gain are just a by-product of getting old.
You just need to keep up, and even increase your strength training. The ailments associated with aging are not inevitable, they are PREVENTABLE and in fact REVERSIBLE.
Although fat-loss seems to be the rage, a fat-loss expert recently admitted that 99% of those trying to lose weight fail because they just don’t have the desire and discipline. On the other hand, anyone can become stronger and faster with minimum fuss.
Why get stronger? With increased strength comes the ability to function or carry on like you did 30 years ago. A side bonus is that with renewed strength you will slim down, replacing fat with solid muscle.
The fact is, strength training is actually more important now than it was when you were in your 20s and 30s. Strength training…
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