mature athlete

At some point, we all must reflect and make the choice to age gracefully, not foolishly.
Older clients are capable of amazing things. Plan smart to help them stay strong and mobile now and in the future.
The first thing to realize about coaching masters is that age is not the most important factor.
Getting older isn't an excuse to sit on the sidelines.
There's nothing like a face-off with tusk-equipped wildlife to make you reevaluate how you feel about running.
Fitness goals change as you age. Address your deficiencies and diversify your fitness program for life-long health.
Don't let your age keep you from training. This plan prevents the losses that come from waning youthfulness.
Charles reveals his three favorite books about strength training as well as his go-to post workout meal (hint: it isn't always a meal).
Charles offers advice about morning workouts and using high reps in training.
This week, the answers to questions about pull ups, food labels, and how to grow big traps.
Vacations and holidays are a well-earned career perk, but don't let time off get in the way of staying fit.
You can make excuse after excuse about why you aren't being active, or you can simply find a way to make it work.
How do you go about acquiring serious running volume as a mature athlete when running can often lead to break downs?
At this stage of your training game, it's all about simplicity, consistency, and knowing your "why."
Twelve reader favorites from the past week and from the archives, curated to save you time and bring you happiness.
Strength training veteran Charles Staley is here to answer our readers' questions about life and lifting.
Competing on a professional level in CrossFit isn't as glamorous as it may seem - it is all about passion for the sport.