Published on Feb 15, 2017
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Hey, guys. Mark Mcilyar here with the man that launched my fitness career and champion bodybuilder and professional coach Dave Goodin.

Like I said, I owe it to this man here to my success in fitness and winning my first every competition. Today I wanted to introduce you to Dave and give you some background on his history in fitness, his training styles, and most importantly. his tips for us guys over 40 to get in shape – losing the belly fat, building muscle, and getting healthy.

As you can see, Dave has a rich history in the fitness industry, holding countless titles and championships in bodybuilding. Nowadays, Dave has become one of the top coaches around, helping me personally train, compete, and win my first ever competition. Here are a few key tips he implements for us older guys over 40 to help with training:

#1 – Don’t go heavy anymore. The stuff you do when you’re younger can catch up to you and result in corrective surgeries. So, drop the ego and the weight, increasing the reps and sets instead. A key term to understand with switching training to this style is “time under tension” where you are working the muscle and keeping it engaged for a longer period of time throughout the movement and sets, not doing less than six reps a set. This is crucial for training properly to help burn off the body fat and get back in shape.

#2 – Ab workouts will not make your abs appear. You need to drop the excess body fat first. And to do that, you need to be mindful of your nutrition. Now, I didn’t say diet, but nutrition. Abs do in fact start in the kitchen, meaning that making the healthier, cleaner choices with your food is just as important as how you are training.

#3 – Technique means more than you think. Dave said it best, “It’s not how many reps you do, but how many good reps.” These means make every rep count, don’t half-ass the move or do anything less than the full extension and contraction of the muscle because that is what’s going to make an impact on your results.

#4 – Support your male hormone health. Time and time again, we tell you guys out there to make sure to take care and increase your testosterone levels. Dave hits the nail on the head when he says that exercise invokes a hormonal response. Doing compound muscle movements like a squat, deadlift, leg press, and pull-ups can help facilitate a release of both growth hormone and testosterone since they involve using large muscle groups.

There isn’t a trick to all this, fellas: training right, nutrition, and making sure to keep your hormone health in check is how you can succeed in losing the stubborn belly fat, get in shape and live a healthier and fuller life.

What are you struggling with in the gym? How are you eating at home? When was the last time you thought about your test levels? Let us know in the comments below or by submitting us your questions and comments at http://sixpackabs.com/discussion.

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See Y’all Next Time,
-Mark Mcilyar

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