A: Honestly, you’re too old NOT to get started. The science shows that college-age kids don’t have to worry about hormone levels and muscle loss – getting in shape is easy for them. From your 30’s to 40’s and beyond, when hormones and metabolism start to change, if you don't eat the right food and get the right exercise, your muscles (and bone density) disintegrate faster with every passing year, while fat goes on easier. Age 35-55 is our biggest member demographic and more people are joining us after 55 than ever because that age group is finally discovering how crash diets accelerate aging while training and feeding the muscle reverses aging.
i´m 23 years old meters tall man, i have lost inches in my waist in the last months now i´m 39 inches, i still have some work to do, and i already built some muscle (for example my arm is 15 inches), now reduce my waist is becoming a more slow process, i still see it but is more slow, my concern is about to add carnitine first time in the morning and before workout (usually at 11am), will carnitine make me loss my last 5-7 inches in my waist but at the same time make me lost some of the muscle i already built? or carnitine will give me energy for intense muscle and cardio workouts and lost my last 5-7 inches and to the same time get bigger muscles?. i hope you got a minute to give me your opinion and sorry if my redaction isn't good, i'm mexican and learning english, greetings!!!