Getting older doesn’t mean you have to quit working hard, but it does mean you need to be smarter about how you go about it. Here's what I've learned and what I recommend.
After years of doing CrossFit, my body was plagued with nagging injuries. Maybe a different version of the CrossFit Kool-Aid was something to consider?
When Elinor and Bob walked into my class, I thought, "Ugh, time to babysit." I thought this because they were in their 70s. But working with them taught me valuable lessons about my own perspective.
I love to train as much as you, but the fact is as I get older it's just not the same. Similarly, you might be young, but injured. So here's how to handle working out safely in these situations.
As we get older, we naturally lose strength and cardiovascular ability, but we do not have to lose flexibility. And being flexible could actually help you live longer.
If you have clients over 60 you may be wondering what the best way for them to work out. Researchers recently looked at older women, and found out they can do a whole heck of a lot!
Does being in your 30s and 40s mean your athletic performance has to decline? Not necessarily - science looks at duathlon competitors and baseball players and examines the facts.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week's popular topics: 12 Reps with Jim Wendler, aging, Primal Move, and more!
New research shows that activity level, even more than age, may have a direct relationship to the health of our heart. Once again a sedentary lifestyle proves to be deadly.