When I turned 30, it was a milestone that didn’t bother me much. When my girlfriend turned 30, it was a traumatic experience. As the years rolled on, I noticed that I didn’t have as much energy as I did when I was in my 20s, but that didn’t phase me; I figured it was because I was working in an office all day and that it was no big deal.
I joined a gym, didn’t go, and quit. I tried to play sports with some friends again, but I would be sore for days afterward, so I quit. I bought the P90X workout system, found I didn’t have the time for it, and quit.
The Things I Learn Getting Older
Now as I’m closing in on 40, I’m realizing that I don’t have the energy or desire for many of the things I used to enjoy when I was younger. Even sex has become something of a burden at times. I didn’t know what was wrong with me and even though I had gained a few pounds, I wasn’t fat by any stretch of the imagination.
Then I watched a video about Jake Hunter and his 4 minute abs program over at www.4minuteabs.com and saw he designed a program that was specifically engineered for guys like me –guys over 30. He explained that as we age, our bodies change, which I knew. He also noted that when we do a hard cardio workout for more than 30 minutes at time, it’s actually not good for us. He also noted that testosterone levels go down when you don’t exercise as well as when you exercise too much, or the wrong way.
I’ve been using the system for two weeks now and I notice a huge difference in my energy levels, a decrease in my appetite, and my girlfriend is pleasantly surprised at my increased desire and stamina in the bedroom. I think Jake Hunter nailed this program and I’ll be keeping up with it for years to come.