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“Just because you’re 40 doesn’t mean you’re 40 years old biologically,” said Larry Tucker, a professor of exercise science at Brigham Young University in Utah. “We all know people that seem younger than their actual age. The more physically active we are, the less biological aging takes place in our bodies,” Tucker said in a university news. Dr Talib says 40-something women are worn out for other reasons, too. “I call them the ‘fatigued 40s’.

Women of this age are likely to be pretty successful in their careers, maybe running a. Starting at age 40, we lose about 1 percent of muscle mass per year. So people can benefit from incorporating weight-bearing exercises, along with cardiovascular exercise, into a. Your bone density stays pretty consistent until you turn 35 or so. Every year after that, you lose about one percent of bone density every year.

By the time you’re 40, you might start to notice. You start to realize that health is a finite resource. So is opportunity. So is energy.

So is time. Being 40 is a little voice always whispering in your ear, “Go faster. Push harder. Try to reach your limits and go further.

Time is short.” The good news is that you know a lot more about life at 40 than you do at 20. After all, age is just a number. According to my two young children, 40 is a really big number and means that I am grown-up now. From the perspective of the millennials, a 40-year-old woman brings to mind a desperate housewife trying to cling on to their youth.

Looking back through the lens of a retiree, a 40-year-old woman is a lady in her prime. Exactly. The age I am is not the age I feel. And I’m pretty sure that if you’re close to 60 or older, you understand the disconnect.

It’s not uncommon. In a 1995 study of Americans between 55 and 74, most of them felt 12 years younger than they actually were. Studies in. 45 Things That’ll Make You Feel Old If You’re Over 40. Just thinking about Friends in general makes us dizzy.

By Brie Dyas and Adam Schubak. Twenty-year-old. It requires commitment and discipline. But, if we are honest with ourselves, we all know that exercise, combined with a healthy diet, is the single best way to look and feel youthful. If you are looking for a way to anti-aging “trick,” here’s an easy way to get in shape in just one minute a day.

By 50 Shades, February 3, 2015 Kathy was a 50 something year old when she started up this blog 6 years ago, but has since turned over another decade and is now in her early 60s. She is married with two adult children and lives on the Tweed Coast of New South Wales, Australia. Kathy enjoys living life to the fullest and loves to keep fit and active by maintaining a healthy diet and exercising.

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Seriously, the idea that I am going to turn 70 soon just does not seem possible.

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be happy working for those I love, and don’t call yourself old—forty is the prime of life.

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  • Way to go Gary. I turned 54 recently [scorpio too], and reinventing myself again. More stoked now then at 40. That age is where you let everything pass by, and you set yourself against your own/or others set of rules. Just keep at it, change is constant

  • You gotta be kiddingme. I was in my 20’s back in those “ancient” days and I can tell you 30yos looked young too, in fact maybe moreso than now since so many beauty blogger pack on the makeup and look so fake.

  • Team1989������, we’re killin it!❤️30 feels good I must say… I was dreading it, but nah, it’s a great place to be. The only place I will grow up is in my pocket �� Life’s too short. HAVE FUN.

  • Depression has ruined my life. Ruined my education, relationships, confidence and career. I’m so lost I dont really even know what I want anymore.

  • Lose your ego, go minimalist, if you have debt and you can pay it without be misery, pay it, but if it does, don’t bother. Try not to prove anything, don’t even bother to vote or car who is the fucking president.

  • I’m 34. I finished college a few months before my 31st birthday. I always feel that I am a decade behind in things. Like the achievements and struggles I have now are normal for a 24-year old for example. I find this unsettling, but the advice in this vid opened my eyes to something more positive. Thanks.

  • save money since a kid. got 10k at 18 stayed with parents till 31. by 27 got 100k went broke due to parents greed and their crazy emotional shit. avoid crazy women. stay away from manipulative men. dont live life chasing a skirt. live life for yourself.

  • You forgot…the vegan / vegetarian movement its huge…healthy eating effects the way you look…with the added bonus of good karma��

  • I’m 33, I’ve faltered a lot. I lost years and years to depression. I have very few friends, not a good career. I lost so much time to depression and anxiety. I often wonder if it’s too late to repair the time lost. I wish I could rewind my time 10 -15 years ago.

  • Mmm, don’t think Peterson’s target audience is middle-aged losers. He can still do something with young people. They have so much more potential.

  • Get a notebook. make columns (skills i have, skills i need, goals, missing parts et cetera) then look at it EVERY day, except one day for rest, and ADD to it. Adjust your plan, goals, study, daily moves towards you goal, and you WILL get there! (I did it with my finances, and it is a gem)

    Jordan. Thank you!

  • It’s probably because 30 is still young for a woman or man and most woman are more sexuslly attractive when thier in there 30s, I’m 34 and to be honest I still consider myself a young man and will be until I reach about early 40s, its narrow minded when people who have only just had just over a quarter of there life in there late 20s or early thirties call themselves old when in fact they have plenty of decades left in themselves, all the hottest models are in there 30s even 40s so I don’t see the big deal,

  • Great video as always Gary… I turned 50 last year and f&*king hated it… but you know, I only have 7 years on you, and your inspirational words have me saying; “Chew this, age is but a number, and there’s so much to do.” Respect from the other side of the pond.

  • 35 broke, college dropout, just had random jobs serving at restaurants, working retail. Never had a real career job. feelsbadman

  • I stopped thinking about the halftime mentality. Every play counts from now forward.
    No idea when the game will end so i may as well rack up as many points as possible.

  • make no mistake, its bc they wear LOADS of makeup. Ive seen too many older women who I compliment (in my head) as young looking and beautiful only to see the same women without makeup look like a completely different person! Makeup makes you look younger than you are people. It’s why women back then look “older” (because they actually look their age).

  • I’m 28 and screwed in my early 20’s undergraduate wise. For the past two years I’ve been taking medical classes and gaining experience. I’m not stopping till I’m a physician assistant or nurse practitioner.

  • @alpha m… i am in my 30s… i dont need to wear suits, or dress clothes for work. I have been wearing athletic gear coz i love walking daily and exercise.:( i dont really want to be tryhard? should i even bother to dress up once in awhile?

  • I am 40 years old. I had a rough childhood. My parents divorced when I was 3 and my dad took me to live with him with my step mother. My step mother abused me, didn’t feed me very often. They ended up having 3 kids and my step mom would have everyone ignore me and I grew up like that until I was 15. Then at 15 I went to live with my mom and we didn’t get along we where two strangers. At 18 my dad brought me to the USA and basically kicked me out a year later for no reason and since them I have tried my best to succeed but I can’t. I had good jobs, I worked for the state of California for almost 18 years and now I am trying to become a real estate agent but I always feel like I’m never gonna be anything. All my friends have houses and their kids are young adults and I have a 3 year old daughter. I have nothing to my name I am so poor and I grind but I always feel like I’m not gonna be anything in life. Emotionally I’m tired. My family is not close to me. My mom has never cared about me neither does my dad neither do my two sisters. I haven’t seen them in 20 years. My oldest one lives in the same state as me but like my dad she just doesn’t care. I am a total loser and sometimes I just want to jump from a high building. I am 40 and a total loser at life.

  • I need to talk to someone I am 29 running on 30 soon.I lost my best years to laziness, depression, overthinking, day dreaming and living in my head not taking actions.I want to start fresh but I get stuck when I compare with others or younger people

  • I hit 20 in July and it felt like my entire life passed by me and I remember feeling like I accomplished nothing. Gary, your videos give a lot of perspective and it’s something that’s needed in our culture.

  • I can’t wait to be 30… I’m 22 and broke af!! I think women in 30s look more gorgeous and earn a lot����‍♀️ Well! Just my opinion ��

  • When my husband turned 40, I convinced him to leave the only house he has ever lived in (yes, he lived in the same house for 40 years) and move 1500 miles away and start over. I think it was the best thing for him and myself. He is now 43 and I am 45.

  • I’m 34 years and just got free from mental imprisonment, headed towards living my best life inside and out! You are only as old as you feel!