Train Smarter, Not Harder – The Best Workouts for Men Over 40

Getting fit after 40 doesn’t have to be complicated, but you do need to focus on the right things.

What you did at 20 probably doesn’t make sense for you at 45.

If you want to feel and look good in your body and live a long healthy life, you need to be strong, flexible, and have good cardiovascular fitness.

Most guys over 40 I see are lacking in one or more of those areas!

I don’t want you to be one of those guys. 

I’ve created a simple guide that will highlight your strengths and expose your weaknesses so that you know exactly what you need to work on.

Your journey to a stronger, leaner, more fit man starts now, let’s go!

About Nick Holt

I'm Nick Holt and I'm here to show you that getting older doesn't have to suck!

Now it will for sure suck if you don't do anything about it, but I believe you can get stronger, leaner, and feel better in your body as you age. 

I've done it myself and have helped hundreds of other guys do it as well. 

After 7 years working in the corporate world, I found surfing and it changed my life. I moved to Costa Rica over 12 years ago and started a personal training business. I was fortunate enough to grow the business into a #1 attraction in a small tourist town called Tamarindo where I still live today.

With almost 30 years experimenting on myself and over a decade training and coaching men, I’ll show you the path forward to getting and staying fit as you get older.

I have a degree from Emory University and am a NASM Certified Personal Trainer, Level 2 Precision Nutrition Coach, and a Functional Range Conditioning Movement Specialist (FRC-ms).

“The results have been astounding! In the last 10 years, I’ve tried numerous things to drop these 20 lbs. With Nick, I was able to do it! As a result my clothes fit better, my confidence and energy are through the roof.”

Patrick, 38

“I lost 6% body fat and 6 total inches from my body in 30 days. But what I loved the most about the program is that I now have a plan going forward to keep as fit as I want to — thanks Nick!”

Steve, 44