Dieting and fitness is a major industry, but it is an industry that primarily targets younger markets. Despite this, millions of individuals over forty struggle to keep tabs on their weight, as this is the time that the metabolism slows down, the body begins to produce less muscle and more fat. As a result, many people search online to find age appropriate diet and fitness solutions. GVL 3 is a site that independently reviews fitness and diet products of all kinds, and has recently published a glowing review of Old School New Body, targeting specifically at health and fitness for the over 40s.
The review (http://www.gvl3.com/old-school-new-body-review/) explains that the program was developed by Steve and Becky Holman, fitness experts who find the needs of their own bodies changing as they aged and decided to help others make these adjustments without wasteful trial and error.
As well as breaking down the resources in the product, their efficacy, advantages and disadvantages, the site also links to multimedia review content including YouTube videos and even the facebook fan page for the product (https://www.facebook.com/oldschoolnewbodyfans) to give individuals a full overview of the product’s standing with real users as well as with their own editors and experts.
A spokesperson for GVL 3 explained, “Old School New Body is the only fitness and wellbeing program that has been developed by older people for older people and has been optimized to create a reaction within the body that will re-energize those who undertake it and allow them to put on new muscle and increase density and definition which begins to degrade after 35. The program is designed to provide a long term life plan for lifelong fitness and vitality, so while results are slow to occur they are at least consistent. For younger dieters and fitness enthusiasts, we recommend other programs featured on our site.”
About GVL 3:
GVL is a specialist website that provides in-depth editorials on the major nutritional products and supplements. The site produces the most up to date findings, trends and debunks diet and fitness myths. Their reviews are already trusted and relied upon by thousands of visitors every month.
Visit http://www.gvl3.com/ for more information.
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