As the first millennium turns 40 this year – the first truly tech-savvy generation – there is a growing interest in how it fits into life 40 or later. Curiosity is understandable; Many people do not realize the importance of physical activity until they see their health deteriorating. If you are one of these people, read the following diet, exercise, and recovery tips as recommended by selected experts to begin your fitness journey today.

Let’s start with the good news. You can change your health at any age. “The reality is that it’s too late to start,” he says Simon Jurkey, 41, Active Nutrition Brand Business Director Wholesale“I’m over 40, and I’m doing 250 kilos of lifts this morning,” said an ‘occasional’ bodybuilder and lifter.