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Experts are now recommending that people over 40 should not exercise more, they should exercise smarter.
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Even if remain active, your body will continue to lose muscle mass. However and active person will lose muscle mass at a much slower rate - www.fit-at-40.com
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Unless we focus on being active with plenty of exercise, 40 years old can be a critical time in life. It is in our forties when your body will exhibit some key changes that you may not be prepared for - www.fit-at-40.com
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Many people wish to trim their body to a healthier more manageable body weight. With so many different weight loss programs available how do you decide which one will help you achieve your goals - www.fit-at-40.com
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Varying your cardiovascular fitness can be beneficial - Try short bouts of high intensity effort on one day , then shift to longer and less intense cardio. Alternate between both - www.fit-at-40.com
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Beginning at around the age of 30, you body will begin to lose muscle mass. On average men will lose up to 3 to 5 percent every decade if you are not active - www.fit-at-40.com
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Seated Russian Twist - Sit on the floor with your knees bent and your feet flat on the ground. Lean back so your torso is at a 45-degree angle to floor, making sure to keep the spine straight and not rounded. Lace your arms straight out in front of your chest with one hand on top of the other. Raise your core and slowly rotate round to the right as far as you can, pause then reverse this movement all the way round to the left as far as you can - www.fit-at-40.com
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Christmas and New Years is over. Time to get back on track with "The Plank Exercise" - Get into the push up position on the floor. Bend your elbows 90 degrees and rest your weight on your forearms. Your elbows should be directly beneath your shoulders, and your body should form a straight line from your head to your feet. Hold the position for as long as you can. Your goal should be to hold it for two minutes. - www.fit-at-40.com
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It is never to late. You can improve or maintain your fitness at any stage of your life. Spike your metabolism with healthy eating - www.fit-at-40.com
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Try Some Knee-Ins - Sit on the edge of a chair or exercise bench with your legs extended in front of you and your hands holding on to the sides for support - Keep your knees together, pull your knees fully in towards your chest - Hold the flex on your lower ab muscles and repeat 10 times - www.fit-at-40.com
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