There’s a lot of talk these days about the relationship between aging and telomeres, the “end caps” that hold our chromosomes together. 

Every time a cell replicates, telomeres lose a bit of their length, and when they get too short, the cell dies. As we get older, then, our telomeres generally get shorter, and this is associated with an increased risk of various types of disease and dysfunction.  

Now, since telomeres were discovered in the early eighties, scientists and anti-aging enthusiasts have been trying to increase their length and decrease shrinkage, and marketers have made a fortune promoting dubious methods of accomplishing the same. 

We now know that one of the most powerful ways to improve telomere length is simple and free: exercise. 

In a study conducted at Brigham Young University, Dr. Larry Tucker analyzed the telomere length and activity levels of 5,823 adults of all ages. 

The results show why many researchers now call exercise a “wonder drug.” 

Dr. Tucker found that the telomeres of people in the high physical activity group looked nine years younger than those of people in the sedentary and low physical activity groups, and, surprisingly, seven years younger than those of people in the moderate physical activity group. 

That is, highly active 50-year-olds had the telomeres of sedentary or lightly active 41-year-olds and moderately active 43-year-olds. 

And the best part? 

“Highly active” in this study was equivalent to just thirty minutes of moderate exercise per day for women and forty minutes for men—about as much as my new Muscle for Life program entails.

Muscle for Life also doesn’t try to force you into a one-size-fits-all training program that may or may not meet your needs or liking. 

Instead, I give you six workout programs to choose from—one for male and female beginners, intermediates, and advanced trainees. 

This way, you can enjoy your training and never feel like you’re working too hard or not hard enough.

So, if you’re feeling like a couch potato in the gravy boat of life these days, hit the link below, get your copy of Muscle for Life now, and let’s get cracking.

Go for it!

P.S. To make sure you get the most value from Muscle for Life as possible, it comes with free resources to help you implement everything you’ll learn, including:

  • A savable, shareable, printable reference guide with all of this book’s key takeaways, checklists, and action items.
  • Links to demonstration videos on form for all Muscle for Life exercises.
  • An entire year’s worth of Muscle for Life workouts neatly laid out and provided in several formats, including PDF, Excel, and Google Sheets.
  • 10 Muscle for Life meal plans for losing fat and gaining muscle without starving or depriving yourself.
  • And more.

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