Matt Roberts’ Younger, Fitter, Stronger is a ground-breaking fitness manual designed to guide the mid-life man towards a lifestyle that will ensure youthfulness is retained, strength is maintained or increased, and physical and mental performance are optimised.
Drawing on more than 20 years of personal training experience with thousands of clients, Matt Roberts‘ book is a powerful combination of cutting-edge science and transformative workouts. The benefits and results will speak for themselves: boosted energy, improved muscle mass, a revitalised sex drive, more restful sleep – even better-looking skin and hair. Younger, Fitter, Stronger will help older men look and feel as good – or better – than they did in their 20s and 30s.
The day-by-day 8-week plan is based on the anti-ageing benefits of boosting testosterone and human growth hormone (HGH) levels through the targeted use of exercise and diet. Raising levels of these hormones is key to maintaining health and fitness in mid-life, and it can be achieved. Through hormone-boosting workouts and a detailed food plan, Matt Roberts’ Younger, Fitter, Stronger unlocks the secret to men retaining youthful fitness levels and a good physique as they get older.
Matt says: “I am incredibly excited about this book. It deals with the issues that all men confront as we get older, whether we like it or not. Creating a roadmap to staying younger, fitter, stronger is vital as we age. Having developed a proven, winning strategy, I can’t wait to share it.”
Bloomsbury Sport will publish Matt Roberts’ Younger, Fitter, Stronger on the 18th April 2019 in paperback, £14.99
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