mature athletes

The problem with approaching fitness only as a means to an end is that there is no end, no limits, and no one to say what is right and wrong for you but you.
Increasingly, functional versus nonfunctional training looks like a distinction without a difference.
Strength training is still quite new to many older individuals. We need to change that.
The largest study ever to investigate this question provides considerable information that credibly supports physical activity.
A study by the University of Jyväskylä suggests that exercise motivation is improved in people who take up resistance training.
It's a scientific fact, it's never too late to commit to movement, and strength, and flexibility, and mobility, and fitness. Your attitude is all that counts.
Have you seen the buzz lately? Front squats are the new black!
But you shouldn’t feel hopeless because there is a way to prevent muscle weakness from happening, and that is through exercise.
Although the number of birthday candles on your birthday cake can equal the number of things that stop working remember, strength is never a weakness.
A simple to follow, scalable training routine, 3 days a week, 3 months, designed for the mature athlete.
There are many victories to be had on the journey of life, but eternal youth is not one of them.
Would you be more inclined to exercise to live a longer life? Or would you be more inclined to exercise to avoid dying too soon?
Have faith in the training, and one day when you're making a scheduled attempt you'll find yourself up above the bar.
Activity level, eating habits, and muscle mass are all key players in a healthy metabolism.
Filter out the marketing messages, choose your tribes wisely, listen to your body, and follow your heart.
We do not think, dream, or plan in numbers.
In my experience, being "young" is a decision. So, if you’re stuck in a rut and feeling older than you are, here are a few tips to get you moving towards feeling young.