Having firm muscles means strength, good health, and manliness for most men. However, building muscle after 40 might be difficult for them to achieve due to aging. You might have been a very athletic man when you were younger, but don’t be surprised or embarrassed if you can’t do the same things you used to do, like joining marathons or lifting heavy objects. The good news is, it’s never too late to build muscles even in your forties. Here are some of the ways on how you can still achieve that strong muscular look you’ve been wanting.
As of late, there seems to be a lot of talk about alternate-day fasting or intermittent fasting. Testosterone, more specifically the popular eating pattern’s effects on it, has become quite a hot topic as well. What exactly is intermittent fasting though? Well, it’s essentially an eating pattern or cycle in which you’ll have to switch between periods of eating and fasting—yes, it’s really that straightforward (there’s no need to pay too much attention to your meal’s composition).