You are never too old to transform your body.
Helen Mirren at age 68 watches what she eats and gets regular exercise. There is no secret recipe. Short intense workouts where you work your whole body through a full range of motion (that means deep squats) and proper nutrition will have you looking and feeling incredible.
And it’s never too late to start.
It’s true that the older we get the more challenging it is to change habits, and really that is all fitness is. Just changing your bad habits to good ones.
Think about this, actor’s know that their body is going to be on display and criticized heavily in the media. Talk about motivating. That’s a huge accountability factor for them.
We all do the same thing. If we are going on a sunny holiday or the summer is rolling around soon, we all rush to get fit.
This could be one reason there is a higher level of fitness in warmer climates, especially beach cultures. Miami, Rio De Janeiro, St. Tropez, and L.A. are all noteworthy cities where fit bodies are the norm.
The lesson, tell somebody about your goals to get fit. It will drive you to back up your words.
Muscle Is Youth
Sofia Vergara age 41 has an enviable body. While many interviews with celebrities maintain they workout moderately, don’t take this to mean they don’t work out hard. Sofia’s personal trainer is famed trainer to the stars Gunnar Peterson. He has Sofia doing squats and lunges to keep her legs and derriere in tip-top shape.
Cory Everson is a 6-time Ms. Olympia. Many women would never want to be as muscular as Cory was back in her competing days, but as you can see from this photo (where she is definitely smaller than she used to be) it is her muscle that gives her that lean, curvy, and sexy body…and Cory is 56!
While Cory had muscle to spare, the lesson is obvious; put on muscle and you will look years younger not to mention feel years younger as well. And it’s never too late to add muscle. You just have to do the work.
For those of you who want great legs, it’s worth noting that Cory was a track athlete during her college years at the University of Wisconsin. Sprinting plus strength training will make you look out of this world.
It’s never too late to start. If you have been inactive for some time, all you have to do is just start slowly and build your strength, flexibility, co-ordination, and stamina. Don’t rush, just pace yourself. That way you’ll set yourself up for a smooth path to incredible fitness.
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