For Women & Men 60+ Struggling to Move Effortlessly…

Regain Your Strength With This
 NEW Muscle-Energy Accelerator
in Just 5 Minutes A Day

With No Surgery, Pills, or Fancy Equipment

Every muscle cell in your body has power generators …

But as you get older, the power generators start to lose their steam.

The energy just drains away…

And your muscle mass and strength also decline.

Harvard Medical School found this as a major factor contributing to the decline in strength and coordination over time.[1]

But here's the key…

The power generators in your muscles hold the secret to regaining your strength.

To uncover more about this fascinating topic and discover how you can reclaim your muscle strength, read on.

Hi. I’m Lisa Adams.

I’m 67 years old.

And in this mind-boggling presentation…

I will tell you this solution that is a simple, gentle, completely natural way to prevent muscle loss strength due to aging

This is something that will rapidly enhance every muscle in your body by activating the cellular powerhouses that generate energy.…

After using this all-natural solution to muscle wasting, you’ll become capable of doing simple tasks such as carrying heavy bags and opening doors…

You’ll have more zest to play with your grandkids…

And you’ll be protected from tripping while walking on an uneven sidewalk, struggling to get out of bed, and falling from the stairs.

It is also worth noting that it doesn't matter if you're in your 60s, 70s, or over 80…

And no matter what your fitness level is…

In fact, this “5-minute muscle energy accelerator” is backed by rock-solid science that made hundreds of older adults have increased energy, better mobility, and improved quality of life…

Take a look at these fantastic success stories from people who took the program:

James Curran

Totally works! The program is promising. I just had it for a week. The exercises included let you work on the major joints and muscles in one go. Unlike other programs that tend to focus on one only. Although it has different areas as a target it still works on the major joints. So even if I am doing core exercises I am still able to do some exercises on the other joints. It is a very effective Functional Strength workout program.

James Curran
Ava Rolston

Very Helpful. Most of the programs for seniors are either difficult or not suitable but this program is the best one for seniors like me. I feel stronger in my legs and I can do the exercises even without assistance.

Ava Rolston
Robert Abbott

I am a 71-year-old male who has pretty much been a couch potato since March 2020. This program is helping me to get back into the swing of things. It is a lifesaver for me.

Robert Abbott

Those are just a glimpse into the many success stories of people who are just like you…

They wanted to have strong muscles and restore their overall vitality.

Above all else…

In a short while, you will discover the connection between your muscles and mobility decline.

And find out why older adults who have functional strength issues are more likely to end up in the hospital.

You’ll also discover  how the cellular powerhouses in your body produce energy and keep you moving.

And if you understand how awesome these tiny energy dynamos work inside your body…

You won't get more prone to accidents and hospitalization…

Or let age hold you back from living your best life.

You won't want to ignore what I'm about to tell you.

Because not only will what I'm about to share with you give you stronger, more functional muscles…

And potentially save you thousands of dollars on medical expenses and avoid the need for hospital visits…

It could save your life.

To be honest, I only wish I’d known this information back when I turned 60…

Because if I had, things would have been different ('ll circle back to that in a bit).

Please make sure to give your full attention to what I'm about to say…

And I’ll show you how easy it is to overcome muscle weakness and re-energize your body…

You know I thought that being old means being fragile and weak.

It's like once I hit 60, my ability to do everyday things starts to decline.

I was disappointed as I see myself stressed out with the simplest daily activities…

I wanted to cook for my family, keep my house tidy, or walk at the park with my friend…

I wanted nothing more than to enjoy these moments …

But pains and aches made it difficult for me to do these things.

I have joint stiffness, back pain, body aches, and muscle weakness,…

That I tried to ignore…

Which proved to be a terrible decision as I was sent to the hospital because of a lawn chair…

Let me tell you my story…

Before I Learned About
This 5-Minute Energy Accelerator,
My Muscle Weakness Was Ruining My Life…

I used to be active when I was younger.

I played volleyball, badminton, and swam.

I never thought that the time would come I would never be able to do these things.

After going through a lot of health challenges that knocked me off my feet,

I noticed my strength had become weaker.

I underwent neck surgery 15 years ago, which limited my neck mobility…

And I had chronic lower back pain from osteoarthritis…

Along with frozen shoulders and tight muscles at the back of the thigh…

I became inactive and sedentary.


I found it harder to climb stairs without feeling tired or out of breath.

Carrying heavy things, getting things from the cabinet, and bending down to get something had become more physically demanding than before

I feel like walking on a tightrope…

Apprehensive about taking each step…

Fearing the potential accidents and uncertainties that lie ahead.

I chose not to share this with my daughter because I was concerned it might make her anxious.

However, one day, while I was cutting vegetables and massaging my wrist discreetly…

She noticed something was off.

"Mom, are you okay?" she asked, worry is evident in her voice as she observed my actions.

"I'm fine," I reassured her, trying to dismiss her concerns.

But she could tell something wasn't right.

As I struggled to hold the knife steadily…

It slipped from my grasp and fell to the floor, confirming her suspicions.

Once I realized I needed answers…

I booked an appointment with my doctor.

After talking about my symptoms and concerns…

The doctor gave it to me straight…

I was showing signs of muscle and strength loss…

What My Doctor Recommended
Didn’t Work For Me

I understand that it’s just a typical part of getting older, apparently…

But deep down, a sense of concern and worry started to set in.

I wanted to stick around a little longer with my grandkids, you know…

Spend time with them, make some awesome memories, and see them grow up right before my eyes.

My doctor recommended that I join a local fitness class so I could do exercises specifically designed for seniors.

Sounded pretty simple.

At first, I was motivated…

When I found a community center, I signed up for a fitness class right away.

On the first day, as I entered the room, I was excited but apprehensive.

I couldn't help but wonder if I would be able to keep up with the others.

Could my body handle the challenges that lay ahead?

Our class started and, as the instructor began guiding us through the exercises, I could feel the tension building within me.

Each movement seemed more demanding than I had anticipated.

My muscles screamed in protest, and a feeling of defeat began to creep in.

Whenever my instructor sensed my struggle, she would step forward with words of reassurance.

But no matter how much I tried and pushed myself, that darn frustration just wouldn't go away.

It stuck around like a stubborn stain, making everything feel like an uphill battle.

I gave it my all for a few days, but eventually…

I threw in the towel and quit.

It felt like I was running in circles, and the frustration drained me of all my motivation and hope.

It was a tough pill to swallow, but I had to admit that I couldn't keep going like this.

The Day I Was Brought to the Hospital
Because of a Lawn Chair

Who would've thought that a tangle with a lawn chair would end with me in the hospital?

It sounds surreal, but that's exactly what happened at my little grandson, Tommy's, 5th birthday bash.

The house was filled with laughter and warmth…

Kids running around, adults chatting away, and everyone enjoying Tommy's big day.

And me?

I was trying to make my loved ones comfortable, fetching the extra lawn chairs from the garage.

Carrying a lawn chair seemed like an easy task, despite my muscles not being as strong as they used to be.

But boy, did that chair have other plans.

As I attempted to unfold it, the chair slipped…

I twisted awkwardly, and intense pain shot up my back.

The next thing I knew, I was on the ground, staring up at the sky, the rogue chair beside me.

The lively chatter quickly turned to shocked silence.

The party was over, replaced with worried faces, and a quick trip to the hospital.

The diagnosis?

A strained back, nothing too severe but a wake-up call nonetheless.

My daughter who was with me at the hospital reminded that I needed to take action…

She didn’t want things to go downhill.

Whenever I think about the doctor's recommendation to exercise every day, I have to admit, my heart just isn't in it.

The last thing I want is to go through the same setbacks all over again.

The thought of adding yet another task to my already busy day was overwhelming.

Between taking care of my home, running errands, and spending time with family..

Finding the motivation and stamina for regular exercise seemed like an impossible feat.

I went to the seniors class before…

But somewhere along the way…

The routine got dull and repetitive.

The same exercises, the same routine, it was like a broken record.

I wanted a simple and easy exercise routine that didn't require a lot of time…

Just a few minutes a day that was enough to make a difference.

Something that I could just do at home.

The Secret to
Regaining Strength and Agility is
Just 5 Minutes a Day

One morning, I saw my neighbor and friend, Michelle, busy tending to her garden next door…

We are the same age.

I decided to approach her about my problem.

Like me, she lived a vibrant and active life.

She had to stop playing tennis one time because of muscle weakness…

But now she's back in the game and stronger than ever…

As we had a chat, I couldn't help but notice how effortlessly she moved around her garden.

She tended to the plants with grace and agility.

She effortlessly bent down to pull out weeds, her back straight and her movements fluid.

As she reached up to water the hanging baskets, her arms extended with strength and control.

The day before, I saw her walking from her car to her house like a total boss, holding two bags of groceries with no trouble at all.

She was confident and you could tell she was feeling strong and capable.

I wished I was her…

It seemed like she’s making everyday tasks look like a piece of cake.

"How do you do it?" I asked.

“Lisa, let me tell you about this amazing 5-minute routine that completely transformed my life.” she said.

“After I stopped playing tennis because of muscle strength loss, I looked for a simple exercise that I could do every day at home.

But not all exercises for folks like us are equal...

Some are not designed by experts and can actually do more harm than good.

Performing high-impact exercises without proper guidance and support can lead to injuries and setbacks in the long run.

I was taken aback…

Making me realize that the 5-minute routine might be a hidden key to unlocking my strength and vitality.

“How did you find this?” I asked.

“I was at my wit's end, longing to get back into playing sports again.

So, I started doing some digging and stumbled upon Rick Kaselj.

I decided to shoot him an email, pouring out my frustrations and explaining how I felt like my muscle strength was slipping away as I got older.”

I thanked Michelle for sharing such intriguing information with me.

As soon as I got home, I couldn't wait to dive into my computer and search for Rick Kaselj and his 5-minute muscle energy accelerator…

Meet Rick Kaselj

He specializes in helping people heal injuries and reduce pain.

As a personal trainer, exercise therapist, and kinesiologist…

He noticed that traditional exercise and treatment programs weren't effective for his clients.

Motivated by a strong desire to make a positive impact…

He devoted himself to gaining the necessary knowledge and conducting thorough research.

He has been offering his expertise online to reach and assist a wider audience in finding relief from pain, recovering from injuries, and regaining a fulfilling life.

The 5-minute muscle energy accelerator is the result of extensive research and over 25 years of practical experience.

Through careful study and thousands of training sessions, Rick has discovered the potential of the human body to heal itself, even from severe injuries.

When I Discovered The Real Reason
of Weak Functional Strength,
Everything Changed

In 2019, around 4 million older adults aged 65 and up were facing mobility issues in the United States.[2] 

It's a staggering number of people who are experiencing difficulties with their mobility.

In 2020, emergency departments saw a whopping 3 million visits from older adults[3]

The reason?

Accidental falls…

And let's not forget the financial impact.

We're talking about a hefty $50 billion in medical costs every year.[4]

And it gets even worse.

There were about 36,508 deaths from accidental falls among adults aged 65 and over.[5]

But as Rick continued to investigate, he found that there is a strong link between mobility difficulties and these accidents.

Researchers from the University of Michigan said that…

Our bodies go through some natural changes as we grow older, even if we don't have any chronic diseases.

These changes can lead to a decrease in muscle mass, strength, and overall function.

Carrying a laundry basket is increasingly challenging.

Stair climbing becomes harder, less confident in our ability.

Standing up is a struggle and we rely on support.

This can make us more vulnerable to unexpected events that could have a big impact on our health.[6]

A researcher from Spain also emphasized that older adults lose muscle mass and physical ability, which is a big part of frailty.[7]

It becomes clear that taking care of our muscles, strength, and overall physical function is crucial for our well-being and safety as we age.

But then, after delving further into the matter, Rick found that the real reason behind weak functional strength goes deeper than you might imagine.

When you walk, it may seem like a simple activity…

But there's actually a lot happening behind the scenes.

Your muscles do team up to move you forward, keeping you balanced and stable….

But deep down at the cellular level, something pretty cool is going on - it's called mitochondrial biogenesis.[8]

Mitochondrial biogenesis is a process that happens inside our cells, specifically in small structures called mitochondria.

I know it may sound complex, but trust me, it's simpler than you think.

Understanding this process is important in making your muscles functional and your mobility robust.

Let's look closely at those amazing mitochondria—the powerhouses inside our cells.

They're like these little energy generators that can change shape, move around, and produce the energy we need.

They produce this molecule called ATP, which fuels our cells to function properly.

ATP powers our muscles, letting us move, jump, and do all sorts of awesome things.

Without ATP, things just wouldn't work properly!

Now, through mitochondrial biogenesis, our bodies create more of these powerhouses within our muscle cells.

And guess what?

When we're in need of more energy, they step up their game by reproducing and growing larger,  empowering our body to perform activities.

And when we need less energy, some of them naturally fade away.

It's like a dynamic energy system right inside us!

More mitochondria mean more energy production, which helps us walk longer distances without feeling exhausted.

But as we get older, our muscles don't produce as many mitochondria…

This naturally causes muscle mass and strength loss.

Scientists from the Department of Aging and Geriatric Research at the University of Florida found out this affects muscle function in older folks.

Changes in mitochondria due to aging could lead to reduced physical mobility in older adults.[9]

If You Want Good Functional Strength And
Avoid Accidents Due to Mobility Problems,
You Must Keep Mitochondrial Biogenesis Working
In Your Muscles

Okay, here's what you need to know…

To effortlessly do your day-to-day tasks…

You need to perform these basic movements – pushing, pulling, squatting, lunging, hinging, twisting, and walking.

You're pushing open a heavy door to enter a building, engaging your chest, shoulder, and arm muscles to exert the necessary force.

You're twisting to reach something behind you, activating your core and back muscles to generate the rotational movement.

You're hinging at the hips as you bend forward to lift a heavy box from the ground, relying on the strength of your leg, back, and glute muscles to perform the action.

It's these muscles working together that enable you to perform these activities.

And your muscles need to produce enough mitochondria – the little powerhouses in your cells – to make these movements a breeze.

How do you accelerate the production of mitochondria in your muscles?

After doing further investigation, Rick found one thing that boosts mitochondrial health.

It's not a diet…

Nor a pill…

And definitely not surgery…

It's exercise…

But it’s not just any exercise…

I’ll tell you about it in a minute…

Researchers from York University in Canada said that if we lead a sedentary lifestyle, our mitochondria can start to struggle.

This can cause our muscles to have weird-looking mitochondria that are either too small or too big.

As a result, we have fewer mitochondria overall, and our muscles can't produce energy as efficiently as before.

According to Canadian researchers, exercise is a key player in keeping our mitochondria in tip-top shape.[10]

For the past 50 years, researchers have also found that regular exercise protects us against aging problems…

Such as mitochondrial dysfunction and muscle wasting.[11]

And then one question arose…

What kind of exercise is suitable for aging muscles?

Not all exercises are created equal when it comes to your age.

Some can be risky, ineffective, or just plain boring.

Running is a great cardio exercise, but it can lead to dehydration, inflammation, or injuries if you overdo it.

Plus, not everyone enjoys waking up early and running for miles in different weather conditions.

Jogging may not be suitable for all elderly individuals.

These activities can put excessive strain on the joints and increase the risk of injuries…

High-impact aerobic dance routines may not also be suitable for older adults…

The repetitive impact on the joints can lead to joint pain, discomfort, or increased risk of fractures.

How can older adults increase their
muscle mitochondria without engaging
in strenuous activities?

According to researchers, resistance or strength training improves mitochondrial health of older adults.

Rick came across exercises that can be included in a workout routine for functional strength.

These are squats, knee extensions, knee flexions, calf raises, chest or bench presses, seated rows, and front planks.[12]

They target different muscles in the body, like the legs, chest, back, and core.

However, the suggested exercises are mostly for the lower body and a little for the upper body and core.

They are incomplete overall workouts that may lead to muscle imbalances.

The Scientifically Proven 5-Minute Accelerator
Will Strengthen Your Muscles, And Help You
Perform Daily Activities Effortlessly

After Rick reviewed hundreds of exercises, he finally came up with an easy workout program that accelerates mitochondrial biogenesis in the entire body

To strengthen the upper body, lower body, and core…

Rick formulated a workout program composed of mini-programs that have a well-rounded approach to accelerate muscle mitochondria.

  • The upper body program includes exercises such as shoulder presses, chest presses, and tricep extensions...
    That specifically target the muscles in the arms, shoulders, and chest.
    Regularly doing these exercises improves upper body strength and appearance.
    With a strong upper body, you can effortlessly handle daily tasks, play with grandchildren, and engage in recreational activities.
  • For the lower body, Rick has designed routines that incorporate exercises like squats, calf raises, and lunges.
    The muscles in the legs, hips, and glutes are engaged…
    That leads to improved lower body strength and overall fitness.
    With strong lower body muscles, you can walk, climb stairs, hike, dance, participate in sports, and enjoy various physical activities with agility and stability.
  • To actively involve and strengthen the core…
    Rick has developed a program that includes exercises like standing crunches, wall planks, and sit-up holds.
    These exercises target the abdominal muscles, obliques, and lower back, promoting core stability and strength.
    With a strong core, you can enhance your posture, carry out daily activities with stability, and enjoy improved balance and body control.
    Strengthening your core muscles improves your functional movements and overall physical performance.

Rick shared these programs with some of his clients…

And they told him that they were amazed by the incredible transformations they saw with it.

The movements are simple to do…

The exercises are clearly demonstrated with step-by-step guidance.

One routine only takes 5 minutes…

It's designed to be quick and time-saving.

And it is also totally safe!

It focuses on doing exercises correctly, offering modifications and options to ensure safety.

Rick was ecstatic to receive his clients' enthusiastic feedback.

It confirms that he was right on track with creating the program.

Rick’s received unique requests from his clients…

But There Was Still a Major Concern
That Needed Attention…

“Rick, I have chronic back pain and balance problems. I  wanted to strengthen my core so I would like exercises that I could do while sitting.”

“Rick, sit-down exercises are very important for me as I suffer from neuropathy in my both feet.”

“Because of my arthritis in my feet and ankles, I am looking for exercises that can be performed while lying on a bed as alternative.”

Rick understood how crucial it was to meet his clients' unique needs…

So he started working on adding exercises that would specifically target their requirements.

He was committed to offering practical choices that would assist older adults in improving their functional strength.

He took a step back and revamped the entire program from scratch.

Until he finally created a new and improved version of the program that boosts mitochondrial biogenesis in muscles and enhances functional strength.


Functional Strength for Seniors

If you want to regain your strength and independence…

If you want to improve your mobility and flexibility…

If you want to enhance your overall well-being and feel more confident in your body…

This is the day you’ve been waiting for.

By incorporating not one, not two, but four scientifically proven workout programs, you'll prepare your body for efficient functional movements.

What's even more exciting is that you can achieve stronger muscles in doing each program in just 5 minutes.

It doesn't matter if you're in your 60s, 70s, or over 80…

This system WILL work for you.


By activating your muscles through gentle at-home movements, you can trigger mitochondrial biogenesis and fortify your muscles.

Remember that your muscles can only produce mitochondria if you activate them through resistance training.

Every activity demands a certain amount of mitochondria…

And if you are short of these little energy generators in your muscles…

You cannot perform an activity effortlessly…

So here's the deal.

This awesome program offers you four different workout programs: Upper Body, Lower Body, Core, and Whole Body.

Each program consists of three different routines: Floor, Sitting, and Standing.

We've also added a special bed routine to the Whole Body Workout.

Now, you have the option to do these exercises comfortably while lying in your bed

And the best part? These routines are short, ranging from 3 to 5 minutes each.

Here's the beauty of it: you have the flexibility to choose which routine to do based on your fitness level and health goals.

You don't have to do all four routines if you don't want to.

You can start with just one routine, spending 5 minutes on it.

But if you're feeling up for a challenge, you can combine multiple routines for a more intense session.

For example, you can do both the Upper Body and Lower Body routines in one go.

The choice is yours!

With this program, you can customize your workouts to suit your preferences and needs.

It's all about finding what works best for you and helping you achieve your fitness goals in a way that feels comfortable and enjoyable.

So go ahead, get started with a routine that fits your time and energy, and see the amazing results unfold!

Here's a sneak peek into what's in store for you:


A brief overview of some of the basics or fundamental movements of the Functional Strength for Seniors program.

COMPONENT #2: UPPER BODY PROGRAM (Sitting, Standing, and Floor Routines) 3 videos, 3 PDF Manuals, 1 PDF Quick Reference Guide, and 1 PDF Tracking Sheet

This upper body workout targets your arms, shoulders, chest, and back, helping you build strength and tone muscles.

Whether you prefer sitting, standing, or even doing exercises on the floor, there's a variety of moves to choose from.

Engage your core and challenge yourself with exercises like single-arm rows, bicep curls, shoulder presses, chest presses, tricep extensions, lat pulldowns, and more.

Get ready to feel the burn and sculpt your upper body with this comprehensive workout routine.

COMPONENT #3: LOWER BODY PROGRAM (Sitting, Standing, and Floor Routines) 3 videos, 3 PDF Manuals, 1 PDF Quick Reference Guide, and 1 PDF Tracking Sheet

Get ready to supercharge your lower body strength with this gentle workout routine that targets your legs, hips, and calves.

Whether you're sitting, standing, or on the floor, there's a wide range of exercises to engage every muscle group.

Strengthen your legs with movements like leg extensions, hamstring drags, and leg lifts.

Challenge your balance and flexibility with side lunges and reach for toes.

Elevate your calf muscles with calf raises and marches.

Embrace the power of squats, deadlifts, lunges, walks, step-ups, and lying leg presses.

Finally, enhance your floor routine with lying marches, toe points, lying hamstring drags, and low lunges.

Prepare to feel the burn and witness remarkable improvements in your lower body strength and stability.

COMPONENT #4: WHOLE BODY PROGRAM (Sitting, Standing, Floor, and Bed Routines) 4 videos, 4 PDF Manuals, 1 PDF Quick Reference Guide, and 1 PDF Tracking Sheet

Experience a full-body workout that targets all major muscle groups with this versatile routine.

Whether you're sitting, standing, on the floor, or even in bed, there are exercises to engage your entire body.

Sit tall and strengthen your upper body with single-arm rows, chest presses, standing from chair movements, side lunge stretches, reaching for toes, oblique twists, and marching.

Stand up and challenge your body with bent-over rows, squats, deadlifts, oblique twists, chest presses, lunges, and walking.

Take it to the floor for table-top rows, low lunges, oblique twists, reaching for toes, chest presses, lying leg presses, and lying marches.

And for those relaxing in bed, try floor presses, elbow presses, lying leg presses, lying lunges, knees to shoulders with hands, windshield wipers, and lying marches.

Get ready for a complete workout that leaves no muscle group untouched!

COMPONENT #5: CORE BODY PROGRAM (Sitting, Standing, and Floor Routines) 3 videos, 3 PDF Manuals, 1 PDF Quick Reference Guide, and 1 PDF Tracking Sheet

Get ready to sculpt and strengthen your core with this dynamic workout routine that targets your abs and obliques.

Whether you're sitting, standing, or on the floor, there's an exercise for you.

Sit tall and engage your core with wood choppers, oblique twists, knee-to-chest movements, crunches, twisted side reaches, bicycle crunches, and lean-back holds.

Stand up and challenge your core with marches, wood choppers, oblique twists, standing bicycle crunches, standing crunches, twisted side reaches, and walk planks.

Finally, take it to the floor for toe taps, dead bugs, bicycle crunches, leg raises, sit-ups, sit-up holds, and planks.

Get ready to feel the burn and unleash the power of your core muscles!


Get your questions answered by my team of health and fitness experts and get valuable support, accountability and inspiration.


Anytime the Functional Strength for Senior program is updated, you will receive a free copy of the new version.


Gently unlock the power of your strong muscles,
skyrocket your energy levels, and regain
your confidence to rock daily activities...

All for an unbeatable price of just $19.95!

Check out the from others who tried Functional Strength for Seniors

Claude Yuzhong

I am not really looking for something complicated to do. I am glad that i came across this program. Kudos for having sitting, standing and floor routines one can choose from. It really reflects how much they thought about the people who are going to use it. Very considerate.

Claude Yuzhong
Genevieve Cantiller

Not doing exercises made me weaker. Because of the pandemic, I am forced to stay indoors and mostly stay at home. My daughter came home one day and showed me the videos for this program and it was never the same. I feel stronger now and healthy.

Genevieve Cantiller
Penny Ellison

I have done a lot of strengthening workouts but this one is different from the rest. Aside from the gradual progression of exercises, it allows me to cope up with the routines easily and slowly build my strength without compromising my current dilemma in balance. Right now I am in my 3rd week and I should say I am gaining more and more strength.

Penny Ellison
Helena Anderson

This program has been a big help for my mother-in-law who is in her early 80’s. She is status post stroke and has been wheelchair bound since then, The exercises are easy and gentle and a good start up program for those who want to regain strength.

Helena Anderson
Nika Meyers

I like the fact that this program is simple but effective. Nothing fancy just exercises but I am much more effective in doing my daily chores now. I think that’s the beauty of this program, and an old gal is just happy with the results!

Nika Meyers

So, I decided to try the
Functional Strength for Seniors

I did each of the  programs for five minutes every day.

I was amazed by how this covered all aspects of my body.

It had exercises for my arms, legs, and core…

Whether I sat or stood, there were options for me to choose from.

The program was easy to follow with clear instructions.

I learned how to do the exercises correctly and safely.

Surprisingly, I quickly adapted to the routines and felt the positive impact on my body.

In just 5 minutes a day, I could move around without difficulty…

I had the physical capability to bend, lift, and move with agility.

Playing with my grandchildren became a wonderful experience…

As I could keep up with their energy and participate in active games.

Additionally, even household chores became less daunting…

As I found myself effortlessly vacuuming, sweeping, and organizing without feeling tired or achy.

Overall, the Functional Strength for Seniors program not only improved my physical abilities but also enriched my daily life.

I regained the freedom and confidence to actively participate in the things I love, without limitations or discomfort.

Here's the thing:

While others have paid Rick $300 an hour for his expertise, this unique system is packed with nearly an hour of top-notch content.

Normally, access to this premium program would cost $49, but not today.

Rick wants you to have the entire Functional Strength For Seniors for an incredible 60% off.

That's right - for just $19.95, you can get started today.

Plus, you're backed by my ironclad 60-day money-back guarantee, so you have nothing to lose.

Click The Yellow ‘Buy Now’ Button Below
To Get The Functional Strength for Seniors Program
For Just One Payment Of $19.95

Risk Free Acceptance Form: Your Order is 100% Safe & Secure

(Regular Retail Price = $49)

Special Discounted Price
First 50 people get it for just $19.95

Get INSTANT ONLINE ACCESS to the Functional Strength for Seniors

You get lifetime access to everything 24/7/365, on any computer or mobile device.

Here’s What Happens Next

Once you click the Buy Now button, you'll be taken to our secure checkout page with 256-bit encryption, ensuring the same level of security used by Google, Apple, and Amazon.

Once your order is confirmed, you'll immediately gain access to the complete digital version of the program, which you can download onto any computer or mobile device.

And the best part? You'll have lifetime access to everything, 24/7/365. No time limits or restrictions.

But wait, there's even more good news in store for you!

If you purchase the Functional Strength for Seniors program, you'll have a generous 60-day window to give it a try and see the remarkable results for yourself.

Rest assured, there's no risk involved, as you can get a full refund if you're not satisfied with your experience.

This is a guarantee that program is grounded in real science, featuring unique exercises and movements that you won't find anywhere else.

The goal is for you to feel at ease as you focus on strengthening your knees and enjoying your favorite activities without any health concerns.

With this guarantee, you can embark on this journey with peace of mind, knowing that your satisfaction is our top priority.

So go ahead, give it a try, and witness the transformative power of Functional Strength for Seniors firsthand!

Click The Yellow ‘Buy Now’ Button Below
To Get The Functional Strength for Seniors Program
For Just One Payment Of $19.95

Risk Free Acceptance Form: Your Order is 100% Safe & Secure

(Regular Retail Price = $49)

Special Discounted Price
First 50 people get it for just $19.95

Get INSTANT ONLINE ACCESS to the Functional Strength for Seniors

You get lifetime access to everything 24/7/365, on any computer or mobile device.

You stand at a crucial crossroads…

Continue living with limitations or seize the opportunity to transform your life with Functional Strength for Seniors...

For just $19.95…

The Functional Strength for Seniors program offers an affordable and effective solution to enhance your strength, mobility, and overall well-being.

Unlike other alternatives that may be costly or inaccessible…

This program provides practical and tailored exercises designed specifically for seniors.

The consequences of doing nothing can be significant, leading to reduced independence, decreased vitality, and a lower quality of life.

By investing in the Functional Strength for Seniors program…

You're taking control of your long-term health and vitality.

You're not only saving money in the short term but also making a valuable investment in your physical and mental well-being.

Don't hesitate any longer.

Take action today and experience the transformative benefits of Functional Strength for Seniors firsthand.

Your future health and happiness are worth every penny!

Click The Yellow ‘Buy Now’ Button Below
To Get The Functional Strength for Seniors Program
For Just One Payment Of $19.95

Risk Free Acceptance Form: Your Order is 100% Safe & Secure

(Regular Retail Price = $49)

Special Discounted Price
First 50 people get it for just $19.95

Get INSTANT ONLINE ACCESS to the Functional Strength for Seniors

You get lifetime access to everything 24/7/365, on any computer or mobile device.


Q: How long does it take each day to do the exercises in this program?

This program offers four different workout programs: Upper Body, Lower Body, Core, and Whole Body. Each program consists of three different routines: Floor, Sitting, and Standing routines. We added a bed routine to the Whole Body workout.

These routines are designed to be 5 minutes long, making them quick and convenient to fit into your schedule.

You don’t have to do all four programs at once; you can choose the routine that suits your fitness level and health goals. For example, you can start with a 5-minute routine and gradually progress by combining multiple routines. If you’re up for it, you can even combine the Upper Body and Lower Body routines in one session.

In total, this program includes 13 workout programs, each consisting of 7 exercises. Completing one routine will take around 5 minutes, although it may take a little longer at first as you get familiar with the movements. Don’t worry though, these exercises are easy to learn, and you’ll soon be able to breeze through them in just 5 minutes.

Q: How long until I see results?

While individual results may vary, it’s highly likely that you will start to feel improvements in your functional strength within the first week of incorporating the Functional Strength for Seniors program into your routine.

Q: Do I need a gym membership or any special equipment?

No. You only need your body, a floor, and a few inexpensive items like resistant tubing. You can purchase this item at most sporting goods stores, or you can check our Exercises For Injuries Store. This will all be covered in the program so you know exactly what to get and how to use it.

Q: Who is this program suitable for? Is it safe?

Pretty much everyone. The movements and exercises in this program are so easy and gentle that virtually anyone can do them—even people who have chronic pain, and even people who have never exercised a day in their life. But, if you aren’t sure or have a specific concern, you should consult your doctor before starting this or any other new exercise routine.

Q: Can I use this program if I’ve had an injury or surgery?

The answer to this is very individual. It depends on what type of injury or surgery you’ve had and how you’ve recovered from them. It is best to ask your surgeon or doctor to see if this program is suitable for you.

Q: Are these movements difficult to perform?

The movements and exercises in this program are very easy to perform. They are simple and natural movements that you will easily “get” after one or two viewings of the videos.

Q: How long does it take to get my DVDs?

There are no DVDs—we won’t be sending you anything in the mail. This is a digital video program, which means you can access everything online at our secure download web page. You get access to this download web page and everything in the Functional Strength for Seniors program immediately after you order. You can immediately download everything onto your computer and get started right away. No waiting for anything in the mail.

Q: Do I have to watch all of the videos all in one sitting?

No, you can watch the videos whenever you like (even at 3 am), do parts and pieces whenever you have time, do everything at your own pace, and re-visit any aspects of the videos anytime.

Q: Can I burn the videos onto a DVD?

Yes, you can. You can download the videos to your computer and then burn them to a blank DVD. This allows you to watch the videos on a DVD player at home, on your laptop, or on a different computer that has a DVD drive.

Q: Can I watch the videos on my smartphone or tablet?

Absolutely! The videos are in an M4V format that you can be viewed from any computer, tablet or smartphone.

Q: What if Functional Strength for Seniors doesn’t work for me?

The chances are very good that it will work for you, but just so you feel totally comfortable… if you decide, for any reason, or no reason at all, that you would rather get your money back, my team will make sure you get a full refund, as long as you request it within 60 days of your date of purchase, and you can keep the entire program as my way of saying thank you for trying it out.

References: +
  1. Budson, Andrew E., MD. “How to Stay Strong and Coordinated as You Age.” Harvard Health, December 2, 2021. in strength, swiftness, and,5% per year in strength.
  2. “Profile of Older Americans | ACL Administration for Community Living,” n.d.
  3. “Older Adult Falls | Fall Prevention | Injury Center | CDC,” n.d.
  4. “Older Adult Falls | Fall Prevention | Injury Center | CDC,” n.d.
  5. Garnett, Matthew, Julie Weeks, and Merianne Spencer. “Unintentional Fall Deaths Among Adults Aged 65 and Over: United States, 2020,” November 30, 2022.
  6. Maren S. Fragala, Eduardo L. Cadore, Sandor Dorgo, Mikel Izquierdo, William J. Kraemer, Mark D. Peterson, Eric D. Ryan. Resistance Training for Older Adults. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 2019; 33 (8): 2019 DOI: 10.1519/JSC.0000000000003230
  7. Eduardo L. Cadore, Alvaro Casas-Herrero, Fabricio Zambom-Ferraresi, Fernando Idoate, Nora Millor, Marisol Gómez, Leocadio Rodriguez-Mañas, Mikel Izquierdo. Multicomponent exercises including muscle power training enhance muscle mass, power output, and functional outcomes in institutionalized frail nonagenarians. AGE, 2013; DOI: 10.1007/s11357-013-9586-z
  8. Chistiakov, D. A., Sobenin, I. A., Revin, V. V., Orekhov, A. N., & Bobryshev, Y. V. (2013). Mitochondrial Aging and Age-Related Dysfunction of Mitochondria. BioMed Research International, 2014.
  9. Joseph AM, Adhihetty PJ, Buford TW, Wohlgemuth SE, Lees HA, Nguyen LM, Aranda JM, Sandesara BD, Pahor M, Manini TM, Marzetti E, Leeuwenburgh C. The impact of aging on mitochondrial function and biogenesis pathways in skeletal muscle of sedentary high- and low-functioning elderly individuals. Aging Cell. 2012 Oct;11(5):801-9. doi: 10.1111/j.1474-9726.2012.00844.x. Epub 2012 Jul 9. PMID: 22681576; PMCID: PMC3444680.
  10. Memme, J. M., Erlich, A. T., Phukan, G., & Hood, D. A. (2021). Exercise and mitochondrial health. The Journal of Physiology, 599(3), 803-817.
  11. Nilsson, M. I., & Tarnopolsky, M. A. (2019). Mitochondria and Aging—The Role of Exercise as a Countermeasure. Biology, 8(2).
  12. Ribeiro AS, Nunes JP, Schoenfeld BJ. Selection of Resistance Exercises for Older Individuals: The Forgotten Variable. Sports Med. 2020 Jun;50(6):1051-1057. doi: 10.1007/s40279-020-01260-5. PMID: 32008175.