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How Ben transformed his body at 45

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COMPANY boss Ben Jackson has revealed the results of a 12-week transformation arising from swapping pies and beers for low carb salads and protein shakes.
The 45-year-old father-of-three from Lymm embarked on a complete mid-life body overall after being approached by a sports-nutrition company to support the launch of a new range of health supplements targeted at 40+ males.
To achieve his phenomenal body transformation, Ben followed a strict nutrition and training plan and even steered clear of alcohol on a lad’s skiing trip to the South of France.
In proof that age is just a number when it comes to getting in shape, Ben successfully showed that a positive mindset and determination are all that’s needed when it comes to achieving the body of a 20-year-old.
According to new findings, people who reach middle age in good heart health can look forward to a longer, healthier life. The research which followed nearly 26,000 adults for 40 years, found that people in optimal heart health in middle age lived an average of four years longer than their peers.
Ben, director of a concrete firm, revealed that getting in shape at 45 was the best timing of his life. With no financial strains, a happy family and a relaxed social life, he found his body was still as responsive as when he was in his 20s, but his mind was more focused and he was able to stay focused on reaching his end goal.
Personal trainer Tom Pitfield says that he has observed a growing number of middle-aged men looking to overhaul their health.
He said: “Ben is a great example of how age should not be a limitation when it comes to setting new fitness goals.
“Middle-aged males generally have a more stable lifestyle in comparison to their 20 year old counterparts, so they have the time, disposable income to invest in themselves. It really just comes down to the mindset and the  misconception that when we hit middle-age our bodies cease up.”

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