Gay Fitness in Our 40s
40 isn’t fatal. You can be healthy, happy and fit in your 40s and beyond, provided you prioritize wellness and make movement a regular part of your life. Look for a happier, healthier & wealthier life? Get your free copy of the5 Building Blocks of a Happy Gay Life here.
Gay Men Over 40 Should Focus on Movement
And much like investing your money wisely, investing in the right workout routine can help you burn more calories and get the most out of your time at the gym.
On this episode of Queer Money, we share our top five gay fitness tips for men in their 40s, discussing the benefit of supersetting weight-bearing exercises to get the best ROI on your workout.
We explain why it’s crucial to maintain a consistent, high-nutrition diet and how having a workout buddy can help you stay on track.
Listen in for insight on controlling your cortisol level as you age and learn the five-step workout routine that’s working for us right now!
Listen to our 5 Fitness Tips for Gay Men Over 40:
- Our top 5 fitness tips for gay men in their 40s
- The benefit of supersetting weight-bearing exercises
- How to get the best ROI on your workout
- Why it’s crucial to maintain a consistent diet
- What high-nutrition foods we eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner
- How having a workout buddy helps us stay on track
- What you can do to control your cortisol level as you age
- Why it’s important to get adequate sleep
- The 5-step workout routine that works for us
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- 7 Cost-Conscious DIY Grooming Tips on Queer Money EP259
- The Happy, Healthy, Wealthy Gay Men’s Toolbox
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We’re David and John Auten-Schneider, the Debt Free Guys (www.debtfreeguys.com) and hosts of the Queer Money® podcast. We help queer people (and allies) live fabulously not fabulously broke by helping them 1) pay off credit card debt, 2) become part- or full-time entrepreneurs and 3) save and invest for retirement.