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And it’s not a pill or a fancy gadget…

…it’s something you can start doing TODAY, right now.

I’m showing you exactly how to keep your muscles young and powerful, no matter your age…

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Our bodies undergo many changes over the years.

One of them is the gradual loss of muscle mass and strength.

This is perfectly natural to some degree.

However, if this loss becomes “too much,” it’s a condition…

And it’s called sarcopenia.

Sarcopenia can lead to falls, functional decline, and weakness.

Picture individuals walking hunched over with the aid of a cane – that’s basically it.

For many years, sarcopenia has been considered a natural part of aging…


Recent studies have shown that might not be the case.

We used to be much more active, but now…

… we spend much more time sitting and much less time moving our bodies.

This sedentary lifestyle is the MAIN REASON for muscle loss.

And it’s one of the reasons why sarcopenia has become such a widespread issue.

Today’s study has shown that aging does not necessarily mean that you have to become weak and frail.

Let’s see.

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This study was conducted at the University of Pittsburgh. It was published in The Physician and Sportsmedicine.

The researchers created an experiment to see if regular exercise could help sarcopenia.

They recruited 40 people who exercised for fun and competition aged between 40 and 81 years old.

These individuals trained 4 to 5 times per week.

The researchers conducted several tests and MRIs to evaluate the health and activity levels of the participants.

“(…) tests of health/activity, body composition, quadriceps peak torque (PT), and magnetic resonance imaging of bilateral quadriceps. Mid-thigh muscle area, quadriceps area (QA), subcutaneous adipose tissue, and intramuscular adipose tissue were quantified in magnetic resonance imaging using medical image processing, analysis, and visualization software.”

The results showed that the people who exercised regularly didn’t experience significant declines in muscle mass or strength as they aged.

“Mid-thigh muscle area and lean mass did not increase with age and were significantly related to retention of mid-thigh muscle area. This occurred despite an increase in total body fat percentage with age.”

“Specific strength did not decline significantly with age. As muscle area increased, Peak torque increased significantly.”

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Just look at the picture…

See the difference between people who exercise regularly and those who don’t.

Their skeletal muscles are in amazing shape – unlike what is commonly observed in sedentary people.

The researchers say one thing:

“This study contradicts the common observation that muscle mass and strength decline as a function of aging alone. Instead, these declines may signal the effect of chronic disuse rather than muscle aging.”

Aging is natural – but becoming weak and unhealthy is NOT.

I don’t care what mainstream health says…

… I say, “See you at 120.”


You may wonder, do I need to exercise 5 days a week?

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In this study, men exercising 1 day a week, or 5 days a week, had very similar outcomes.

“Results indicated no significant changes in the four groups for resting and recovery blood pressures, maximum heart rates, spirometry measures, body weight, and serum lipids”

So many men OVER-exercise and they induce a state of stress that is counter productive…

…because while exercise is crucial for maintaining muscle mass and staying strong as we age…

…many men are actually doing it all wrong.

You see, mainstream doctors and so-called “fitness gurus” have been pushing this idea that more is always better when it comes to working out.

But that couldn’t be further from the truth.

In fact, over-exercising or doing the wrong types of exercises can wreak havoc on a man’s body.

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It’s not about spending hours in the gym or pushing yourself to exhaustion.

Instead, we focus on smart, efficient workouts that keep you strong and healthy without burning you out.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
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