Why you’ve been misled about getting stronger after 40….and what to do about it.
LIE#1: You naturally put on weight as you get older… WRONG!
stop blaming those expanding love handles on getting older!
In fact, of any other challenge, this is the simplest to combat.
There are four factors which contribute to middle age weight gain: slowing metabolism, lower testosterone, poor diet and lack of exercise.
Look at that list. Two of the four factors are completely within our control.
It’s time to stop blaming those expanding love handles on getting older. It’s just an excuse.
All you need to do is make the right food choices and take care with what you eat. That tiny change alone will stop the onset of weight gain.
But when it comes to strength, here’s another myth to bust…
LIE #2: As you get older, you naturally get weaker…WRONG!
I’ll show how wrong this is…
Research from the University of Oklahoma found that over an eight-week period a group of middle-aged guys (35-50) succeeded losing body fat and building muscle.
That’s not all…
Compared with a group of college-aged guys over the same period, the older guys lost MORE body fat and gained MORE muscle.
So, let me say this again:
None of this is inevitable.
Yes, you’re susceptible… but it doesn’t have to be your future.
Getting older isn’t the problem.
(And any guy who blames age for their performance is making excuses.)
You don’t have to accept these lies.
On the next page I’ll reveal what no other strength program tells you…..
…the best way to continue building muscle into your 40s.