aging

Do not go gently into the good night - life is always full of possibilities for accomplishment and change.
Stay healthy and educated in your pursuit of happiness and know that leanness and our societal constructs that drive our desires are not always the healthiest option for your body.
Hard days are going to happen, and your fitness determines how useful you will be when they do.
The effects of aging are no excuse to sit down and give up.
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.
As humans, we’ve crafted our environment to make life easy. While that’s helped us get where we are today, it comes at a potential price.
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.
When we suffer injuries or wounds, age can prevent our bodies from healing as effectively as they once did.
If our kids are in poor health now, how bad will it be for them later in life?
How the simple kettlebell improves strength, mobility, focus, and even fights aging.
Bill and James Grundler talk about competing as brothers, breakthrough performances, and the intelligent aging athlete.
You might not have the same body you did at 20, but that doesn't mean you should stop using it.
A lot of men tend to agree with the statement that "things go downhill after 35." What if there were a pill for that?
By making some intelligent changes to the way we think about our training, we can keep training until a ripe, old age.
HIIT workouts can lead to improvements at a cellular level that may end up holding back the effects of aging.
The benefits of eccentric loading are well documented for athletes at all levels, but they become crucial for us as we reach our later years.
The easy-eating MIND diet is the one you'll be able to sustain over the long term.