aging

Don't read these two stories if you don't want to be inspired. You're never too old to try something new.
Forget about bringing sexy back or crushing huge weights - fitness for the beginner mature athlete is all about getting back to the basics.
You might not be as good as you once were, but it is still possible to achieve health and fitness at any age.
Coaching clients over forty isn't just about teaching technique, but also learning how to communicate with them.
You can save yourself years of pain by accepting that the rules of biology apply to you, and that education is your best friend.
A new study suggests blood flow restriction helps elderly clients get bigger, but not necessarily stronger.
The body pursues different strategies for dealing with resistance exercise as we age, but that doesn't mean you can't get stronger.
With these workouts from strength and conditioning coach Tom Kelso, aging can be an opportunity to get stronger than ever.
Next to my family and my faith, I have learned more about life from the martial arts than through any other endeavor.
How do we put all health and fitness needs together for a middle-aged athlete who wants to be able to cope with most of what life throws at him?
This week's articles are all about the various obstacles we perceive in our training and the ways we can overcome, defeat, and transform them.
My seventy-year-old client is quite special. She is also my mother and longest serving client, having been trained by me for more than twenty years now.
What does chocolate have to do with the most important fitness articles of the week? Read on to find out!
Your joints are achier, muscles tighter, and injuries more frequent. The thought creeps into your mind, "It's not that I can't, but should I?"
A new study suggests high protein intake correlates with reduced frailty rates in the elderly.
Recovery shouldn't just become important to us when we're injured. It should be part of our permanent game. If you did "rehab" on a continuous basis, what would your life and performance look like?
I ask myself before every session, “Is this going to make me fitter and healthier?” The goal in the second half of life should be to move well and with strength so you can enjoy the rest of your life.