Let’s face it, maintaining your weight after 40 can be difficult! It is especially challenging if you have worked hard stripping off bodyfat years earlier. Keeping it off forever as we age is the ultimate challenge for men, and women alike. So you ask, how to maintain your weight over 40? In the video above I provide an effective strategy I have used for years to keep my weight from increasing.
Soon to be 51, I have maintained my weight of 182 pounds for five straight years now doing exactly what I reveal in the video above. Just model what I do, and you, too, can be successful. Don’t make it any more complicated.
Of course, when we get above 40 we still want to look good. However, as the years go by health becomes an even greater emphasis. Cholesterol, blood sugar, and blood pressure seem to be what the doctors focus on. Yes, they can all become elevated when our weight shoots up after 40.
As a result of hormonal changes, and lifestyle the average 40 plus year old person picks up a couple of pounds each year. Fast forward a decade, and the scale says you may have gained 15-20 additional pounds. This is not at all uncommon. Things can spiral over time if we don’t pay close enough attention.
Please understand the best way to deal with a weight increase over 40 is to not let it happen in the first place. Just follow the powerful tips I reveal in the video above. Click start to watch this empowering video!
If I can do it, then so can you! How to maintain your weight after 40 doesn’t have to be difficult if you know exactly what to do. Just follow the habits I reveal in the video above.
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