“I’m too old to gain muscle.” Stop lying to yourself. Stop giving yourself an excuse to not work hard and move forward. Because while our body, needs and goals do change as we get older, and yes it 100% becomes harder to build and retain lean muscle, we can achieve fabulous results and build muscle at any and every age. And honestly, often the reason we don’t see the results we want as we get older is because we cling to improper dieting and workout practices that we may have “gotten away with” when we were younger. But at every stage of life, we need to be adjusting our training and fueling. Nothing works forever. Our body and lifestyle are constantly evolving and so should our diet and training habits to meet us where we are at currently so we can always move forward and be functional strong till our final day on this planet! That’s why I want to share 7 tips to show you how to build muscle at any age... Check out these podcasts: 🤍redefiningstrength.com/fhp-s2e7-can-you-gain-muscle-as-you-get-older-if-so-how/ 🤍redefiningstrength.com/im-too-old/ Try this full body mobility routine: 🤍🤍youtube.com/watch?v=FmGLSfCiWHc
Thank you I needed to hear this in hopes of motivation.
One thing I struggle with is that at my current age (36) I struggle with giving myself strains that last for days on end when I. work out and I can't afford to do anything at the gym at present. Does anyone have any tips?
Love this! It's fact that as we age we will lose muscle and find it harder to gain it. But as you allude, that's not a reason to not want it! You just need to manipulate the diet and training to allow the body to build.
My awesome board certified sports nutritionist years ago told me to add extra water intake when upping my protein grams to avoid kidney issues.
Why are you ONLY showing young fit women I thought Older Women carry extra weight is what your dialogue is saying .I’ve now turned off ! bye
All true. But acknowledge that joints in advanced age need to be treated carefully in doing weight workouts. A torn rotator cuff will put an arm out of commission, for example.
What is your take on protein naturally existing in vegetables (broccoli has more protein per calorie than steak) vs animal protein. I have no attachment to either, and really value your personal experience and opinion. Thank you for this great, encouraging video, Cori.
All those artificial proteins are not good. These nutritional advice here are not good. When you are not a holustic doctor, I‘d not recommend you to give advice of nutrition. At least, I do not take these advice. There are raw food vegans who have succeeded to build muscles without any meat or artificial protein. They look great and healthy and have muscles. Example: youtu.be/TZAsRzzyiWc youtu.be/TZAsRzzyiWc
For better nutrition I recommend videos if Dr. Sten Ekberg, the Olympic athlete and a holistic doctor. I‘d listen to him.
Great channel, easy to follow and understand, very informative thank you 💪🏻❤
62 working on body after surgery eat healthy try. Protein thanks
I'm not old but I am diabetic. Diabetics are susceptible to sarcopenia (muscle loss).
Basically I'm trying to ward off sarcopenia and practice D.M.A.P (Dystrophy muscular atrophy prevention). 💪🏾
Thank you! Just the motivation I need at an older age!
Is it okay to alternate weights with cardio?
Question? How good is a treadmill for overweight (30lbs.)…65+ and needing to lose weight and build up some muscles?….has anybody done this? Appreciate your imput! Thanks!
I’m now eating whole foods, no added sugar,lots of veggies, and lean meat with other healthy proteins, and intermittent fasting.
This is all well and good, but may I caution that those with high blood pressure are advised NOT to weight train..incredibly frustrating as I love weight training but my BP shoots way up, god, what to do?
This message was a godsend this morning. Might sound hormonal 😅, but it brought me to tears.
I spy CVG - B Lasagna?