Everyone’s selling secret elixirs magic pills, essential oils and medical treatments nowadays. And they all tend to claim to make you feel younger, improve your health and live longer!
How can you sift through these claims and determine what’s real? What can you do to increase your chances of a long and healthy life?
We looked at the research to bring you an evidence based answer for a long and vital life!
How can you access the fountain of youth?
Answer: Build your muscle strength!
A recent review published in the European Journal of Internal Medicine reported muscle as a strong predictor of mortality.
Muscle strength was labeled as a modifiable risk factor!
In other words, you have control over how much or how little muscle strength you have, so you can change your risk by changing your muscle strength!
Age is no excuse!
People in their sixties with little muscle tone can learn to lift weights and create muscle mass that models twenty year olds!
You can be as strong in your seventies and eighties as you were in your twenties and thirties!
Take control of your body now and live a strong and vital life!
Tips to getting started:
Start low and go slow: If you haven’t been physical active in a while, don’t jump into working out at full throttle or you will risk injury and burnout.
Get a coach: Hire an expert to help teach you the right way to build muscle strength.
Make it a habit: Lifting weights can become as natural as brushing your teeth. Make time your schedule for your weight lifting sessions and stick to them until you no longer need a reminder!
Ready to build strong muscle so you can live a longer, healthier, happier and more vital life?
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Volaklis, V.A. et al. 2016. Muscular strength as a strong predictor of mortality: A narrative review. European Journal of Internal Medicine , Volume 26 , Issue 5 , 303 – 310.