“Fitness” may seem like a simple concept but, according to your local Max Muscle Sports Nutrition, it’s actually quite abstract. It depends on a variety of factors including your age, gender, height, and basic metabolic rate (BMR). So how exactly do you measure one’s fitness? One way this acclaimed health store uses is one’s “fitness age.”
Designed by the Max Muscle team, your fitness age takes all the previously listed factors into account to assign a numerical value. By comparing this number to your real age, you get a sense of how physically fit you are. For example, if you are 30 but your fitness age is 40, you may want to assess your weekly workouts for potential improvement.
If you don’t like your results, don’t worry. Max Muscle’s Certified Fitness Nutrition Coaches™ can help you devise an individualized diet and exercise program as well as recommend supplements to aid your health and wellness journey.
Are you curious to see how your Fitness Age compares to your real age? Stop by your nearest Max Muscle Sports Nutrition to take the test! To browse their selection of high-quality diet and energy supplements, visit their website.