How This Middle-Age Exercise Mistake Causes Uncontrollable Weight Gain

If you’re over age 35 and trying to burn off (and keep off) stubborn fat... you need to avoid this fat-adding exercise mistake.

Shin Ohtake
Shin Ohtake

Creator of Max Workouts

a man tired from running
a man tired from running
a man tired from running

Lower growth hormone levels after age 35 are the reason you look and feel older. Here’s how one type of exercise decreases hormone levels even further, aging you faster while making it harder to take off stubborn fat…

To understand how this exercise mistake impacts aging and your ability to take off (and keep off) unwanted fat, we have to talk about what’s happening to your hormones as you get older…

Have you heard of the term “somatopause?”

It’s a natural process that begins right around age 35 or just after.

Somatopause is a gradual decline in growth hormone (GH) secretion that starts in middle age and continues for the rest of your life.  It’s the reason you start to look older, feel older, and find it harder to keep off stubborn fat.

During somatopause, growth hormone levels in your body decline and:

  • Lean Body Mass Decreases

  • Body Fat Increases

  • Bone Density Decreases

  • Sex Drive Slows Down

  • Energy Levels Decline

  • Wrinkles Form Faster

  • BAD Cholesterol Increases

  • GOOD Cholesterol Decreases

  • And More

You’ll notice these are all the signs and symptoms of getting older. As your GH levels decrease, your metabolism slows and your body begins to require fewer calories to function.

The result of this process is that you can’t eat like you used to and your body stops burning fat like it once did.

Click “Next Page” to see how the wrong type of exercise can actually speed up this aging process.

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