age

Here are some exercises that you can try if you are getting into training over the age of 50. They're pretty good for any age, covering strength, core, and balance.
Age ain't nothing but a number, and it has never been truer than it is today, with many people starting exercise programs later in life.
Strength training is still quite new to many older individuals. We need to change that.
A simple to follow, scalable training routine, 3 days a week, 3 months, designed for the mature athlete.
If you change your thinking you could be turning in some of your best performances in your fifties. This is one person's inspiring journey that proves age ain't nothing but a number.
Grip strength is not only fundamental to daily function, but it looks to be be a clear indicator of cardiovascular health and mortality.
Getting older isn't an excuse to sit on the sidelines.
Older clients are capable of amazing things. Plan smart to help them stay strong and mobile now and in the future.
Don't let your age keep you from training. This plan prevents the losses that come from waning youthfulness.
The "I used to" statements need to stop. That was then, and this is now. Reassess, readjust, and be able to do great things forever.
When it comes to recovery, training variety, and using the scale for body composition, there are some guidelines to consider.
I'm far from old, but so far thirty feels much different from my twenties did. In fact, it feels better.
Loss of hormones as we age can certainly put a damper on your athletic dreams. But the situation is not out of your control.
Just because you're over forty doesn't mean you can't still train hard. But you will need to make a few adjustments.
Working out gets tough as you get older. But it’s probably not for the reasons you’d think.
The market is filled with clients who are over 50, and this book's message is important for them to understand.
What periods of development we can capitalize on, and what periods we must approach with caution?