With so much conflicting information out there in the diet and nutrition space it can be extremely frustrating trying to figure out the best way to eat.
This free personalized assessment is designed to help you cut through all the noise and give you practical advice on the best way to eat for your lifestyle.
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The Silver Edge Guide to Health & Vitality
This 50 page eBook is packed with my top nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle tips to help get you in the best shape of your life!
Your metabolic health is the single biggest roadblock preventing you from acheiving your long term weight loss and health goals. Optimizing your metabolism is the key to looking and feeling your best as you age.
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Who wants glorious glutes?
Want to build a stronger, fuller booty? This guide explains exactly how (and why) to build a beautiful backside – and includes an 8-week booty-building exercise program. Download this guide and get started building your booty today!
Up to one third of older adults do not eat an adequate amount of protein. This lack of quality protein, combined with a more sedentary lifestyle puts older adults at a higher risk for deteriorating muscles, compromised mobility, slower recovery times from illnesses and injuries, as well as loss of functional independence. This guide explains how much which types of protein are best for optimizing health as we age.
What is it about dieting that makes it so difficult? The problem in part is inherent in the very definition of dieting, the fact that we are altering what and how much we eat (sometimes drastically) for a limited time. If you've struggled with long-term, sustainable weight loss in the past, then this is the guide for you!
Most of us over 50 remember a time when fat was out of vogue. We were told to fear fat because it would raise our cholesterol levels and… well, it would make us fat. Fast forward to present day and we now know that not only are fats not bad for us, but they are vital to healthy aging. This guide explains how much fat and which types are best for optimizing health as we age.
No one likes the feeling of constantly being hungry or being denied foods they genuinely love. But the fact remains, to lose weight we need to be in a calorie deficit – that is we need to eat fewer calories than we expend. But as anyone who has ever gone on a diet can attest, that is much easier said than done. This guide has six tips to help you feel full while eating less.
If fats were the culprit in causing obesity in the seventies and eighties, then carbohydrates (often referred to simply as carbs) are surely the scapegoat today. With all the low-carb and no-carb fads today, the poor carb has received a bad reputation. This guide explains how much which types of carbohydrates are best for optimizing health as we age.
One of the most effective and efficient forms of cardio is High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT). HIIT is simply the combination of short intense exercise with less intense recovery periods. The magic is in the intensity, and this guide will arm you with everything you need to go to incorporate HIIT workouts into your routine.
Are you ready to build a rock-solid core? This guide defines the core muscles and discusses the best ways to strengthen your core for optimal performance and injury prevention.
According to the National Institute of Health men and women over 40 lose on average 3% of muscle strength every year. Sarcopenia is a clinical term for age-related muscle loss, and the main causes are lifestyle related - mainly a decrease in activity and poor nutrition. But building and maintaining muscle as we age is vital to our health and well being. Download this guide to get started today!
The Silver Edge Workout Anywhere program is designed to enable you to workout anywhere and the only equipment you need is a set of bands. This program is designed to give you three full body workouts a week. Includes video demonstrations of all the exercises - what are you waiting for? Let's get started!
So, you want to be able to do a strict pullup? You’re in the right place! And once you reach your goal, you will be in very rare company – only a tiny percentage of people over the age of 50 (or any age for that matter) can do a strict pullup.
This guide will walk you step-by-step through the appropriate progressions that will lead to you being able to do your first pull up.
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Who wants glorious glutes?
Want to build a stronger, fuller booty? This guide explains exactly how (and why) to build a beautiful backside – and includes an 8-week booty-building exercise program. Download this guide to start building your booty today!
Motivation is a fickle friend! One day you are feeling like you are ready to take on the world, and the next you are stressed out and tired and REALLY do not feel like going to the gym. Download this free guide to help you create and maintain motivation to reach your health and fitness goals.
Stress is a biological and psychological response to a real or perceived threat. Our stress response evolved hundreds of thousands of years ago to help us survive life-threatening situations and was critical for our very survival. But today many of us suffer from chronic stress, which is very, very bad for our health. Down load this guide for some tips on reducing the stress in your life.
Two of the most overlooked aspects of healthy weight loss and muscle building is improved sleep. This guide explains why sleep is so important, and how to improve your sleep to help you on your weight loss and muscle gain journey.
Somewhere in my mid-forties my testosterone tanked. I was able to more than double my testosterone levels utilizing healthy lifestyle changes. In this guide I share exactly what I did (and still do) to keep my testosterone optimized.
A fast metabolism is a healthy metabolism! But our bodies work against us – we evolved to have a slow metabolism as a survival mechanism to help us survive periods of food scarcity. But since we now live in an environment of (junk) food abundance, a slower metabolism no longer serves us very well.
We want a faster metabolism to help us lose weight and have more energy. But how exactly do we “fix” our “broken” metabolisms?