Building Muscle is not just for rugby players and bodybuildersBy
Building lean muscle mass isn’t just important for looking great on the beach (although it does help)! It’s also important as we age to protect our muscle mass.
As we age we lose strength and muscle each decade and this condition sarcopenia affects men and women – we lose 0.5-1.0% muscle each year after the age of 25!
If you know what you are doing with nutrition, supplements and training there’s no reason you cannot be as strong and have a similar body composition in your 60′s and beyond as you had in your 20′s.
In the upcoming seminar on March 23rd, we are going to teach you some of these strategies obviously they have application for sports performance, body builders but can also be employed for speeding healing from injury and return to fitness following surgery as well as perhaps most importantly of all having a better quality of life as you get older.
Look at this guy Charles Eugster, he is 91 years of age. He trains with weights, eats well and exercises regularly. Basic outline of the days seminar will include;
- Manipulating protein carbs and fat to maximise muscle growth
- Overview of muscle building and anti-catabolic strategies
- Food preparation including our 1month muscle recipe book – now at 100 recipes
- Training strategies to maximise growth
- More detail on over training ( monitoring, prevention and recovery)
- Hormones and supplements to maximise growth and repair
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