ZEN+ : Helping you Stay Young and Age Well

Why Strength is important regardless of your age…

By Marcus Santer

The Saturday Quote:

“We know that muscle mass decreases from the age of 30. Without training, around 50 percent of muscle mass has deteriorated by the age of 80.”
Thomas Dorner

A study by the Medical University of Vienna showed how improving muscle strength can benefit older people. And their findings can be summed up with these words:

“Seniors who participate in strength training experience benefits that enable them to live independently for longer.”

And what are these benefits?

Oh, things like:

So I hope you can see strength training isn’t just for young whipper-snappers like yourself…

It’s for everyone.

In fact when you combine strength training with:

You’ve got a powerful recipe for a longer, healthy, more active and independent life.

Isn’t that what we all want?

Well, it won’t just happen on it’s own and it sure won’t happen through magical thinking.

But it will happen if you use the material in my ZEN+ Home Study Course.

So if you’re ready to roll up your sleeves and get to work…

Everything you need to know is right here.

Bye for now


P.S. I’m off to the Powderham Food Fair with Clarabella this afternoon.

I can’t wait.

It’s set on the beautiful Powderham estate, with a big stately home and lovely grounds.

I’ll be able to pick up some great food and enjoy the fresh Devon air.

And whatever you’re doing this weekend, I hope you enjoy it.

But whilst you’re here…

Why not check this out?

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