It's NOT That Hard Being Over 40 While Navigation Health and Fitness

Men, Are You Frustrated? At a Sticking Point?
Lets reshape, redefine and reinvent Over 40!
Here are some tips to keep you from getting stuck in a rut.

  • Don’t change up your training too much once you’re over 40
  • Pay attention to movement and its fluidity
  • Maintain normal to a high-normal testosterone level
  • Get your levels tested staying on top of your bloodwork
  • Use TRT subcutaneously (best) if needed to raise levels
  •  Monitor your estradiol (estrogen) levels to keep it from rising
  • Avoid xenoestrogens and phytoestrogens whenever possible
  • Fight high estrogen through diet and nutrition
  • Take supplements for mitochondrial health
  • Focus on workout nutrition
  • Drink plenty of water
  • Get plenty of fiber
  • Avoid foods that come in a box
  • Buy grass-finished or 100% grass-fed meat products
  • Eat sauerkraut
  • Be promiscuous about eating veggies and fruits
  • Take VitD3, chelated minerals, CoQ10, resveratrol, Omegas
  • Eat liver
  • Eat or drink a superfood product daily
  • Drink green tea
  • Use low-dose aspirin

Do you ever wonder why some people always seem to have success, meet their goals, while many others struggle with starting, quitting, repeating the cycle over and over? Several factors are at play here and I will discuss them below.

  1. Your Mindset: You need to think of exercising as a long term adventure and not a quick fix. Quick fixes don’t yield success, and if they do, they results won’t last. Your fitness journey needs to be a lifestyle and not just a hobby.
  2. Workout Efficiency: I know life is crazy, we are busier than ever these days. Those that are successful will find the time to fit a routine into their busy schedules. You may have to get up a little earlier, exercising during a lunch break, or adding in a couple of 20-30 minute HIIT (high intensity interval training) sessions in daily. All it takes is a minimum of 3 days a week of 20-60 minutes of higher intensity workouts to make a difference, not hours a day in a gym daily.
  3. Setting Goals:  Without goals how do we know we are staying true to our plan? Goals can be simple and small. Write them down, put them on your fridge. It’s as easy as saying, “I’m going to exercise 3 days a week, and stay away from sweets.”

Remember…  This process does NOT have to be to complicated, create and achieve small goals and build from their.  If you take on too much, too quick, you may set yourself up for frustration and failure, and ultimately stop pursuing this success.  Need help with the process?  Contact Coach Bryan to help navigate this confusing road.