'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.
Ben Jackson, 45, from Warrington, left, before, and, right, after, embarked on a gruelling health transformation and dropped from 190lbs (86.5kg) to 174lbs (79kg) and 20 per cent body fat to just nine per cent in 12 weeks Speaking ahead of the challenge, Ben, who dubbed himself a 'fat 45-year-old', said: 'Many 45 plus men might think that when they’ve hit middle age, it’s too late to embark on a fitness journey because their body is out of shape or they don’t have the same stamina as they did in their 20’s.
To get to where he is today, 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 (he is pictured, left, on week two and, right, week three)Meal 1: 2 egg, poached or boiled Meal 2: Vitality Complete shake, 1 scoop mixed with water Meal 3: 1 chicken breast, grilled, baked or steamed Meal 4: 1 salmon fillet, grilled, baked or steamed Meal 5: Vitality Muscle shake, 1 scoop mixed with water Meal 6: 1 fillet of white fish, grilled, baked or steamed Meal 7: 1 scoop Myprotein Micellar Casein mixed with water Personal Trainer Tom Pitfield, from Hale Country Club, says that he has observed a growing number of middle-aged men looking to overhaul their health.
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