Muscle is crucial for sports speed, power and … aging!?

As you know, we talk a lot about 'mastery of the basics'.

Topics such as self-talk, good sleep habits, eating a diet rich in omega 3's, quality protein and training.

We work with a wide range of customers, from young athletes and coaches to competitive 40+ athletes, to business executives and beyond.

While today's topic is focused on our 40+ customers, it is just as valid for all athletes and coaches.

That's because, not only is muscle crucial for sports speed, power, quickness, metabolism and recovery, its absolutely crucial to:

Aging well and anti-aging (1,2)

Take another look at the image of the 'skeletal muscle cross section'. The image features three men ages 24 (left) vs 66 inactive (middle) vs 66 active (right).

There are three big take-aways here:

1. The amount of fat mass
2. The amount of muscle mass, and
3. Activity levels

What's the difference between the two 66-year-old's who have vastly different muscle mass levels?

Activity. The '66 active' man (on the right) with more muscle is more active. (1)

You see, large studies show that muscle loss literally leads to an early death!  A strong, healthy muscle mass leads to improved health, independence and functionality. (1)

At the end of the day, isn't this really what everyone is after?

Of course it is.

But get this...

Studies show that people over the age of 60 with weak muscles are 50% more likely to die than people with stronger muscles.

What do you do with this, right now?

Start here: You Risk a 50% More-Likely Early Death Because of This?!, and then read: Are You in the Top 14%, Right Now?

Then Order: Mental Strength and Peak Performance Training Manual

We look forward to hearing about the new records you will break, your new levels of success and then of course how good you look and feel after you implement these awesome Mental Strength strategies!

To your success,

Your Team at Mental Strength

References:

1. Live strong and prosper: the importance of skeletal muscle strength for healthy ageing: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4889643/

2. Exercise Promotes Healthy Aging of Skeletal Muscle: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5045036/