5 Steps To Looking 10 Years Younger With Only 90 Minutes Of Exercise Per Week
Studies have shown that unless you take the proper nutrients and exercise once you have reached 40 years of age, your body will age about 6 months more with every year that passes. That means that by the time you are 44, you will look and feel 48. By the time you reach 60, you will look and feel 70 years old!
Our muscle mass decreases as we age. From the age of 40 we lose 3%-5% of muscle mass over next ten years and we lose 1%-2% more per year after the age of 50.
There’s an exercise program called Old School New Body F4X Training System that’s based on 5 principles that are designed to reverse your aging process from a cellular level and restore your body’s natural youth hormones.
The F4x Training System was created by Steve and Becky Holman with the main aim of helping people in the age bracket of 35 to 65 to get fit, lose weight and achieve a healthier look.
The F4X training system is 5 steps to looking younger. It will help you slow your aging process down and reshape your body at the same time. You will look many years younger, be fitter, stronger and have more energy. You can achieve these results with only 90 minutes of exercise per week.
I have personally used this system to good effect, but when it comes to exercise and training programs, there’s a lot of information available. It can be confusing, so do your own research and find something that fits with your lifestyle. This system comes with a money back guarantee, so you can try it and if you don’t think it suits you, you can get your money back.
Regular exercise is good for your health, strength and feeling of well-being. Regular physical activity can help protect you against many illnesses and diseases, which is especially more important as we grow older.
Most experts say that to get the most health benefits from exercise, you need to do at least 20-30 minutes of aerobic activity three times or more a week. But your body does not have a clock in it, so it’s the activity that you do in the time that you train that is more important.
Aerobic activity increases the rate of your breathing and raises your heart rate. Doing aerobic activity with muscle resistance training and flexibility exercises will keep your body fit, strong and supple.
Studies have shown that men and women even in their 90s are able to gain muscle tone in just a matter of weeks by doing simple weight resistance training.
Exercising regularly can help protect you against many health related issues and diseases.
Regular exercise improves your heart:
- Reduces your risk of fatal heart disease.
- Increase the efficiency of your heart and cardiovascular system.
- Decreases symptoms of angina (chest discomfort).
Regular exercise reduces risks of diseases:
- Reduces your risks of developing diabetes and high blood pressure.
- Improves your blood sugar tolerance if you have diabetes.
- Helps you control high blood pressure.
- Improves your blood lipids.
- Control and maintain your bodyweight.
- Reducing your body fat.
Regular exercise improves your strength and well-being:
- Strengthens your muscles and keeps your bones and joints healthy.
- Gives you more energy to do your daily activities.
- Improves your balance, agility and flexibility.
- Improves your posture.
- Helps you feel better about yourself.
Aside from the physical advantages, exercise is also good for stress relief because when you exercise, your brain produces endorphins that can help change your mental state and improve your mood.