Why Is It Harder To Gain Muscle As You Age?

As hormones decrease, it becomes more challenging for men to increase muscle or even maintain the physique they had during their 20s. Many men simply believe they need to work harder in the gym. However, no matter how many extra sets you perform, gains in muscle will often be limited by hormone production.* 

The medical experts work with thousands of men each year who struggle to regain the strength and muscle mass they once enjoyed. Many of these men have been working hard while building careers and families. Sometimes these demands take away the time available to exercise. However, we also help many men who have been exercising and eating healthy but are unable to see improvements in their physiques due to the decreasing hormones in their bodies. This natural decline affects all men and can make it difficult or even impossible to gain muscle.* 

Muscle is critical to men for many reasons that go well beyond vanity. The body's ability to gain muscle is indicative of good overall health. Muscle helps burn fat and protect the body from injury. Strengthening the systems that help produce muscle can even help fight dangerous health risks such as osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and cancer.* 

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Once hormones are optimized, men see improvements in their muscle tone very quickly. Their energy also increases which encourages many men to pursue a more active lifestyle again.* 

The man in the photo below shows exactly what we are talking about. A former college athlete, he gained weight and loss muscle tone during his late 20's and early 30's. It's easy to see the difference our 25 Again program made in his life. Now in 40's, he has more muscle than ever and his energy levels are through the roof!*

The process is simple, safe and effective. Click here to take the survey and begin or call today!*

*Individual results may vary from person to person. The content of this website is for informational purposes only. Only a qualified medical provider can determine if you qualify for treatment.  Contact us to schedule an appointment with one our qualified medical providers.