Ages 40 to 65: #1 Fitness TIP to change your life

Fitness TIP ages 40-65

Are you ages 40 – 65 +? What are your goals?

  • Lose weight?
  • Become fit and healthy?
  • Reduce and/or eliminate medications?
  • Alleviate pain?
  • Live life with the energy that you want?
  • All of the above?

While there is no one cure for results, there is one common theme – “Routine”

Sample Eating Schedule – General Ages 40-65

  1. 530-600am- wakeup
  2. 600-630am – Begin Workout (Strength Training, Workout Program etc)
  3. 700am- 2 scoops of Strength Genesis New Zealand Grass-Fed Whey Protein
  4. 700am Omega – 3 Molecularly Distilled Cold Pressed Fish Oil
  5. 800am – Eat Eggs, veggies, meats
  6. 12 noon – Eat Chicken, fish, turkey, beef – salad
  7. 300pm – Protein shake  – 2 scoops of Strength Genesis New Zealand Grass-Fed Whey Protein
  8. 600-630pm – Chicken, fish, beef, pork with veggies (Any dinner in Carb stip book)
  9. 1000-1030pm – Bed

*Non-workout days, flip-flop 7am Strength Genesis New Zealand Grass-Fed Whey Protein to 9am & have breakfast at 6-7am.

For some, that word sounds boring and painful.

But it doesn’t have to be.

  • Brushing your teeth is a routine
  • Taking a shower is a routine
  • Washing your hands after you’ve been in public, before you eat, as often as possible is a routine

They are everywhere and they don’t have to be painful. 

In fact, they shouldn’t be.

ages 40 to 65 fitness tips

During consultations, I like to describe my program to individuals like school rather than a health club or fitness center.

School is made up a few distinct phases to attain a positive outcome.

In the case of school, that would mean a passing grade.

Or if you are a high achiever, a high grade like an A.

The phases are:

  1. Classwork
  2. Homework
  3. Evaluations

Each part breaks down into more detail, but I can save that topic for another time.

ages 40 to 65 fitness tracking

(Old school report card)

 

Yes, you want the right kind of exercise. 

And people are starting from all different places:

(Beginner, intermediate, advanced, rehab injury)

 

Yes, you want the right diet.

And people have all different considerations:

(personal size, gender, activity level, disease, restrictions)

routine dexa scan to track body fat

But once you design the ‘right’ system – it needs to be a routine (consistent)

And this is where individuals need help.

 

Yes there will be days that it’s cold, snowy, dark.

Yes there will be times that you are tired, stressed, busy, unmotivated.

That’s everybody.

 

However, results happen when you do it anyway by sticking to your ‘Good Routine’ 

You’ll:

  • Lose weight
  • Become fit and healthy
  • Reduce and/or eliminate medications
  • Alleviate pain
  • Live the life with the energy that you want
  • Lower stress levels
  • Achieve your fitness goals
  • All of the above

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