Not maintaining our strength as we age is a big problem. As we age, we develop sarcopenia, loss of muscle and function. This condition is at epidemic proportions in the elderly due to a lack of maintaining strength, combined with inadequate protein intake. We constantly talk about being 'over-fat'. But we need to start talking about being 'under-muscled'.
Many older people end up in nursing homes not because they're 'sick'. But because they can't perform every day tasks (like getting off the toilet, out of a bath etc). Don't let that be you.
Strength training reduces the risk of death of those suffering from chronic diseases. Between the age of 20 and 80, we can lose up to 40% of our strength.
While 'abs are made in the kitchen', being strong and maintaining muscle indirectly assists in weight loss and a reduction in risk of other metabolic conditions.
Maintaining strength is about health and quality of life. What quality of life do you want in your older years?
Join me and learn why this is so important, and how you can build the foundations of strength.
When: Tuesday 31st January 2023, 5pm-7pm.
You can show up with your camera on or off, or if you can't make it, it will be recorded and available on here after.
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Disclaimer: All information in this Masterclass is for general purposes only and is not meant to substitute for advice provided by your doctor or other qualified health provider. There are NO REFUNDS for this program.