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“I want to become a Super-A”

Sarah, Duchess of York

Youth to Your 40s 50s 60s

IN YOUR 20s and 30s, your body is very different from how it will be in your 40s and 50s. When you were younger, staying healthy, losing weight, being in great shape, and muscle-building were easy. As you age, it becomes harder – a lot harder.
The most significant transition into your 40s is realising that you want to be a Super-A; biologically younger than your actual age. Now you want to start investing in how you intend to look in 10, 20, 30 years or more – still fit, and healthy. To reach Super-A status in your 40s and 50s (and 60s, 70s, 80s, and beyond), it’s time to start forming a few fitness habits now while you’re still young. At 23-years of age, Southampton and England footballer, Ryan Bertrand adopted Super-A training benefits to overcome injuries and increase his energy, stating, “it’s a sustainable way of exercising and eating to keep me in shape – forever.”

Innovative Fitness Lifestyle Magazine

THE SUPER-A online members magazine is the foundation of the ‘Pathway Program.’ It has all the expert advice you need on physical and mental workouts, plus nutrition and lifestyle information to help you keep your mind and body in peak condition. Exercise doesn’t reverse ageing; it allows you to age well and not before your time. The body is designed to be active. When it’s not, problems start.

‘None of us is the finished article, but we can experience a sense of total achievement.’

Josh Salzmann

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The Super-A ‘PATHWAY program’ is the ultimate fitness goal; its a demographic shift that will transform our world. Longer lifespans will be the most dramatic story of our age that will alter the balance of power between growing old and slowing the ageing process—forcing people to rethink the whole notion of ageing.

There is a multitude of ways in which we can improve our odds of ageing. And exercise is the best predictor of how well we age. But until doctors prescribe exercise instead of tablets and governments treating junk food and sugar like tobacco. Becoming a Super-A is the best way to redefine how you age.

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