You may not know it but the decline in physical strength and mobility starts around the age of 30. This gradual reduction is predetermined by genetics but lifestyle plays a huge part and there's no reason why this decline cannot be reserved. Habits in terms of diet and exercise play a decisive role. Supplying your body with ample nutrients plays a crucial role, driving health and supporting training and recovery. In this respect, our products are a useful add-on for you if you wish to maintain or even increase your general fitness and performance.
Use it or lose it' cliches generally become cliches for a reason. This particluar one couldn't be more true than when talking about physical fitness. There's no arguing that the modern conveniences have made our lives a lot easier but also a lot less active. Unfortunatly the body requires a certain amount of activity to stay healthy and strong and gym based training, sport and outdoor activities are ways to get the exercise we need. Without movement we lose physical capacity, the very ability to do the physical 'stuff' of every day life and with it quality of life.
When people think of 'fitness' they often just think in terms of cardio and endurance, but really it means the ability to perform a range of physcial tasks and 'fitness' is really a blanket term for a lot of different qualities such as strength, power, mobility and so on. What this really means is that you should train in a variety of ways and always try and keep things fresh, varying workouts in the gym or trying activities outside of it.
At Multipower we recommned that where you are able you should aim for 4-5 exercise sessions a week doing a variety of different types of exercise. This may sound like you'll spend your whole time in the gym but remember that one session could be a bike ride with familly, or a game of football with some friends.