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100 Anti-Aging Secrets for Looking and Feeling Younger Than Ever

Best Life Logo By Strauss Zelnick with Tehrene Firman of Best Life | Slide 1 of 101: Fact: You can be in the best shape of your life at any age. How do I know this? Well, because I am living, breathing proof.I’m 60 years-old and I’m measurably fitter than I was 10 years ago. Fast-forward 12 months from now, and I intend to be in even better physical and mental condition than I am today. If you believe my fitness buddies, I have a body that ages in reverse. (Judge for yourself: that’s me, above.) I'm 6 feet tall, weigh 160 pounds, and have a body fat level hovering around 8 percent.No, I'm not a trainer, a physiologist, a nutritionist, or a doctor—and I haven't spent my whole life running Ironmans or competing on sports teams. In fact, I don't even consider myself an athlete at all. My name is Strauss Zelnick, and what I am is what you are: a parent, a spouse, a working professional. I'm the CEO of Take-Two Interactive Software—the publisher behind blockbuster video games you might know and play, like Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption—and a partner at Zelnick Media Capital, a private equity firm in Manhattan. Now, I’m not reeling off my résumé just to stoke my own sense of self-satisfaction. I’m just telling you who I am, which is a hard-working, passionate guy who is living a full life by embracing the power of consistency and daily determination in achieving goals—whatever those goals may be.Recently, I've compiled my knowledge—fitness routines for sculpting ageless muscle, diet plans for melting off stubborn fat—into a book, Becoming Ageless: The Four Secrets to Looking and Feeling Younger Than Ever. Herein, you'll find just a taste of what I've learned. So read on, and remember: the best way to change isn’t suddenly. It isn’t about diving into the deep end of the pool. It’s about putting a toe in the water, then a foot, then a knee, and so on. The way to change—and sustain that change—is to take your time. Be gentle on your body, and your body will respond by wanting you to do more. And for more evidence that you can look better and feel better for all of your days, see these 50 People Over 50 Who Are Shattering Stereotypes About Aging.

100 Anti-Aging Secrets for Looking and Feeling Younger Than Ever

Fact: You can be in the best shape of your life at any age. How do I know this? Well, because I am living, breathing proof.

I’m 60 years-old and I’m measurably fitter than I was 10 years ago. Fast-forward 12 months from now, and I intend to be in even better physical and mental condition than I am today. If you believe my fitness buddies, I have a body that ages in reverse. (Judge for yourself: that’s me, above.) I'm 6 feet tall, weigh 160 pounds, and have a body fat level hovering around 8 percent.

No, I'm not a trainer, a physiologist, a nutritionist, or a doctor—and I haven't spent my whole life running Ironmans or competing on sports teams. In fact, I don't even consider myself an athlete at all. My name is Strauss Zelnick, and what I am is what you are: a parent, a spouse, a working professional. I'm the CEO of Take-Two Interactive Software—the publisher behind blockbuster video games you might know and play, like Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption—and a partner at Zelnick Media Capital, a private equity firm in Manhattan. Now, I’m not reeling off my résumé just to stoke my own sense of self-satisfaction. I’m just telling you who I am, which is a hard-working, passionate guy who is living a full life by embracing the power of consistency and daily determination in achieving goals—whatever those goals may be.

Recently, I've compiled my knowledge—fitness routines for sculpting ageless muscle, diet plans for melting off stubborn fat—into a book, Becoming Ageless: The Four Secrets to Looking and Feeling Younger Than Ever. Herein, you'll find just a taste of what I've learned. So read on, and remember: the best way to change isn’t suddenly. It isn’t about diving into the deep end of the pool. It’s about putting a toe in the water, then a foot, then a knee, and so on. The way to change—and sustain that change—is to take your time. Be gentle on your body, and your body will respond by wanting you to do more. And for more evidence that you can look better and feel better for all of your days, see these 50 People Over 50 Who Are Shattering Stereotypes About Aging.

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