It is never too late to get fit! The combination of the right diet, exercise plan, and Phentermine 37.5mg makes it easy to drop weight at any age. Check out the following inspirational stories from those who lost weight after the age of 50 and kept it off:
Commit To An Exercise Event
I started working out with a personal trainer six days a week [after a colleague had told me about Tough Mudder], and soon enough I had committed to the race. Since then, I have lost over 70 pounds. At 66 and just nine months into my journey to get fit, I completed my first Tough Mudder race with my colleagues and have never felt better. I was not able to complete all of the 20 obstacles in the race, so I will train for another year and complete the Michigan Mudder again next year to try to conquer all of the obstacles. I will continue to improve my fitness level and look for other opportunities to push myself outside my comfort zone.” —Terry Reuer, 66
Forget The Quick Fixes
“I knew I needed to find a way to live a healthy life that was sustainable, my thought was if I can’t live this new way for the next 40 years then I am not going to do it. No gimmicks, no quick fixes, no replacement shakes or meal plans. I wanted to eat real food from the grocery store and exercise moderately 3-4 days per week. If I could figure that out I knew I could sustain that for the rest for my life. Losing weight is simple, it’s just not easy. I ate 300-400 calories per day under my basal metabolic rate (BMR) and total daily energy expenditure (TDEE). I use strength training as my exercise as it is the most beneficial for your body, muscle, and bone health.
“Whatever you do, make sure you can eat and live this way for the rest of your life. Get your nutrition and exercise right about 85% of the time do not try to be 100% all of the time. It’s about being consistent, not perfect. By all means, eat real food.” —Mike Ferreri, 55
Combine Cardio With Weight Training
“My cardio started as walking and turned to hiking. I found that climbing elevations really burned the weight and opened the lungs. I also climb the stairs at nearby Red Rocks Amphitheater. I started with five-pound weights and 100 reps per session. Now I have 45-pound dumbbells and do one rep for every year of my life or 56 reps. If I can’t complete all 56, I break the reps into sets until I get to 56 total.” —Scott Deuty, 56