Maintain more muscle mass as you age

Did you know that most adults will reach their peak muscle mass some time during their late 30’s to early 40’s, after which muscle mass will steadily decline by as much as 3-5% per decade? It’s not uncommon to see people in their 50’s or 60’s, who live a sedentary lifestyle, begin to lose strength, endurance, and power. It is disheartening to see former athletes, who once had the world in the palm of their hand, noticeably decline over the years.

The good news is that you don’t have to take it lying down. Maintaining muscle mass or even adding to it over time takes commitment and effort, but it can absolutely be done. Most of us know of someone, who was once inactive, turn their body around and begin achieving goals they never would have thought possible.

A body at rest will remain at rest

It’s easy to begin slowing down over time. Perhaps you work at a desk job, are feeling the aches and pains associated with aging, and feel as though you don’t have the time or energy to put into staying active. The sad truth is, if you continue down that path, you’re likely to end up out of shape and overweight which puts you at a much higher risk of being diagnosed with a serious, chronic disease.

If you want to live your best life regardless of age, you have to commit to eating healthier and making the time for exercise. By increasing activity, like getting in 10,000 steps per day and adding resistance training to your routine, you can make a significant impact on the way you look and feel.

In addition to eating a clean diet, there are supplements that can help you achieve your diet and fitness goals.

Keep moving

Vibrant Nutraceuticals offers a line of high performance supplements that can help optimize your workouts. Like the RuckPack, a powerful nootropic shot that offers an energy boost so strong that it was originally developed to keep soldiers alert and at peak performance while they were on the battlefield.

VN provides the tools that, when combined with good nutrition and regular exercise, can help you maintain and even build lean body mass over time.