Super Seniors Fitness Solutions

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3 Steps to Solve Age Related Fat September 30, 2014

Filed under: Uncategorized — jax allen @ 8:33 pm

3 Steps to Solve Age-Related Fat Gain…

To stop age-related muscle loss and fat gain is EASY and it’s something that any of us can do.

Just send the correct signal to your body to say “maintain muscle and burn fat”.



By moving. But ONLY in the optimal metabolic way. Doing the right movements spikes your metabolic rate, rebuilds muscle and burns fat for energy in 3 steps:

Step #1: The right metabolic movements drive sugar (glucose) and fat (fatty acids) into your muscle cells to be used as fuel. This prevents your fat cells from sucking it in and turning it into fat.

Step #2: Once the fuel gets into your muscle cells, it needs to be burned or it’ll just get sucked back into your fat cells. That’s why it’s so important to make sure you are doing the RIGHT type of movement — one that builds more of your fuel-burning furnaces called mitochondria.

Step #3: You need to consistently repeat these movements over time — that’s when the magic happens. You’ll create new lean, toned muscle mass, which sucks in even more fuel to be burned, prevents your fat cells from getting fatter and gives you tons of energy.


Remember, just because you might be over 40, 50, 60, or even 70, it doesn’t mean you are doomed to have a slow metabolism, low energy or uncontrollable fat gain.

The key is to get moving, using the right metabolic movements unleash your full fat burning and muscle shaping potential in a scientifically proven way.

Stay Active. Eat Clean. Feel Great



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