When we get older, our weight loss plan becomes a little bit problematic.
Our muscles become stiff, they make our exercising less convenient, and they hurt more. Our metabolism slows down too.
Every decade on average, we burn 1 to 2% fewer calories.
This is a bad cycle, and if we are not careful, as our age goes up it can easily get out of control.
According to the personal trainer and NSCA-certified strength and conditioning specials, Brian Durbin, if we know the roadblocks we will know how to successfully drop pounds.
Keep an eye on your hormones
As we get older it is more and more likely that our hormones could fall out of balance.
If you do not regularly check your thyroid, adrenal glands, and other hormone levels, the fat can be easily stored in your body.
A very important hormone is the testosterone that needs to be watched.
A balanced level can keep your blood glucose in normal levels, which is crucial for losing belly fat.
You should regularly check your hormone levels.