mature athlete

I’d like to persuade all women over 40 to start strength training for hypertrophy, today.
Even if you're just starting out at 40, you can be as fit as most 20-year-olds with some dedication and a sensible workout plan.
People wait for an inspiring gust of wind to transport them to health, fitness, and wellness, but all they need do is take the marginally more uncomfortable route repeatedly and consistently.
Menopause can make you feel very isolated and as though nobody truly understands what you are experiencing, but nothing is farther from the truth.
With the right lifestyle modifications we can slow the aging process regardless of our current status.
We need change the misconceptions in training and acknowledge the fact that the cookie cutter approach to fitness doesn’t work.
Arm yourself with a new perspective and start progressing toward a better, stronger physique.
If you listen to the wrong kind of “experts” these days, there’s a good chance you’d never try anything.
Invest in your health and sanity then the rest of the puzzle will fall into place later.
Simply asking yourself “How strong is strong enough?” brings an awareness to your training that most athletes will never reach.
Could HIIT be the fountain of youth?
It is at this time of life that we really need to focus on maintaining both an intelligent exercise protocol and a healthy diet.
The intensity of the workouts will help you to maintain your overall strength and power, even though the level of perceived exertion will be kept within a safe range.
Natural production of collagen tends to decrease as we age, so finding ways to increase collagen production is a vital step toward mature joint health.
At this stage of your training game, it's all about simplicity, consistency, and knowing your "why."
During adulthood we are in a fight to maintain or increase muscle mass. Does Leucine supplementation help?
Make sure the intelligence of your training is equal to the intensity.