As one hits middle age, they may start to feel a decline in their health and fitness. It’s evident all around us, pot-bellied middle aged men waddling from work, fast food in hand. It’s not healthy, but there is a solution, illustrated fantastically in Old School New Body Review.
I was relieved when I reviewed Old School New Body; the first thing that came to my attention was the attitude towards work. It is made blatantly clear early on that if you’re not prepared to work hard (for a short amount of time), then you should look for some other quick fix fad. As someone who likes to keep fit, I grow tired of these pseudo-scientific companies promising immediate success with no work, basic biology tells you this is just not possible. So when Old School New Body explained that if I wanted to maintain a healthy appearance, I’d have to work hard at their ‘F4X’ programme, I was eager to read on.
Another point that I’d like to mention in this Old School New Body review is that the programme is tailored to a very specific target demographic, i.e. those amongst us who want to look younger. In doing this, the fitness regime removes itself from long length fitness courses such as forty minutes on the treadmill, instead opting for short bursts of strenuous exercise. This stops free radicals from building up in your system, leeching away that oh so vital energy from your cells. As a result you’ll see yourself looking younger and revitalised without spending long periods of time that you can’t afford on routines with minimal rewards; a perfect fitness scheme for the working populace who just don’t have the time to stay healthy normally.
And don’t think you can’t start at 20 or 30 either, such a routine as F4X is designed to make you look younger, but it also prolongs an existing youthful appearance, the sooner you start, the longer you’ll be looking and feeling as you do when you hit 25. So long as you want to look healthy, you can fit the plan to any age.
The results are quite shocking, looking at the before and after photos of Becky and Steve – the programme’s creators – I was stunned by the renewed vitality this pair possessed. Their skin is supple and shiny and their musculature is fantastically defined. What’s perhaps most noticeable however, is their smiles. Both of them just can’t stop grinning, and if I look like Steve when I’m over fifty, I’ll still be smiling too.
Perhaps the nicest thing to know, as mentioned in this old school new body review is that the entire course is very affordable, in austere times such as these, it’s refreshing to see a fitness regime many times cheaper than a gym membership. Remember, it’s not necessarily easy, and the results won’t happen over 24 hours, but this is definitely one of the safest bets on a way to a youthful body that I’ve seen in a long time.