I recently purchased Old School New Body, which is a program created by Steve and Beck Holman that was designed for those that are over 40. I had some curiosity and I kept hearing people refer to it as the perfect companion for a healthy, nutritious diet.
Before I bought it, the main thing I was intrigued by is the Holman’s statement about avoiding five things if you want to reverse the signs of aging. The funny thing is that they turned out to be all of the things I thought were necessary to get in shape.
5 Things To Avoid When Trying To Reverse The Aging Process
#1 – Trying To Eat Low Fat
Your body needs fat for fuel. Holman discusses how fat helps you regenerate hormones, even those that create strength. You should not stop eating fat. In fact, you should have more. When avoiding fat, the body starts to crave sugar and carbs, and excessive consumption can make you sick.
#2 – Biking And Running Regularly
I used to believe that this was the only way that I could stay fit. I had no idea that it was damaging my body. It also took away from the leisure time that I had with my family. Old School New Body shows you great ways to increase your cardio without speeding up the aging process.
#3 – Blaming Everything On Your Age
How often do you say, “I am getting old?” It is possible to gain muscle at any age. This is even possible for people who are over 80. No, I am not kidding. This program will show you how to take the reins and control your health and body.
#4 – Allowing Yourself To Get Dehydrated
Water is good for you, it alleviates hunger and it promotes fat loss. I have always been aware of how good water is, yet I filled my body with energy drinks and other supplements. Drinking at least 12 ounces of plain water daily will make a huge difference in the way you look and feel.
#5 – Working Out Too Much
You only need 90 minutes per week. The Holmans have created a system that will give you the results you are looking for without having to kill yourself. You can actually do all four recommended exercises in a few minutes and you will be done. Doing far too much can lead to injuries and it can cause premature aging. Again, it can cut into all of the free time you have to spend with your family.
As you can can probably tell by this point, I have nothing but good things to say about this program. If you follow the instructions, eat a healthy diet and use your leisure time to bond with your friends and family, that is all you need to have a healthy and happy life.