3 Steps to Abs at ANY Age

With this 3-Step Approach, Getting Older Doesn't Need to Mean Getting Flabby

Shin Ohtake
Shin Ohtake

Creator of Max Workouts

a man showing off his bulky biceps and ripped abs
a man showing off his bulky biceps and ripped abs
a man showing off his bulky biceps and ripped abs

Ever wonder why the exercises, workouts, and core-focused moves that work for younger people suddenly stop working after a certain age? This is why...

Starting around age 30, growth hormone levels decline.

And that change makes building a strong, defined core that’s actually noticeable much more difficult than it was before.

This decline in somatotropin (growth hormone secreted by the pituitary gland) changes the way the body responds to food, exercise, and even just sitting around.

The decline of growth hormone levels is called somatopause.

Somatopause is the reason fat starts covering up the core. It’s also the reason that fat is so hard to take off.

And it’s also the reason that workouts that seem to work for a younger crowd don’t really work during middle age.

This 3-step core firming approach takes into account this hormonal shift. That’s why it works so well.

The only way to really get around the age-related hormonal shifts responsible for middle-age belly fat, weight gain, and changes in body composition is to exercise in a way that fights the hormonal shift.

See the ab-building step 1 on the next page and discover how to fight the decline of middle age.

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