Men's Health

How to Reset in Your 50s and Beyond

A DIABETES diagnosis and a push from his physician son are making Paul Rosol take control of his body right when it feels like it’s falling apart. He’s on a program that’s built around his dietary needs, with an assist from Life Time Fitness in Minnesota. You can see Rosol’s complete transformation and the full process at / 

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