For years I have promoted the use of time-based sets, especially for those fitness enthusiasts whose exercise goals are focused around effort more than lifting heavy weights which is often the case for those over 40. Learn more about why time-based sets are the best training partner today.
The upper body, specifically the shoulder joint, responds well to distraction stretching. Fortunately with the elastic ascending nature of resistance bands, it is very easy to perform distraction stretching to the shoulder joint as well as the entire upper body.
Face it. You are not 30 anymore but that does not mean you can’t workout like you did back in the day. The key is you need to ask yourself these 5 questions and make sure you are making the correct adjustments in your exercise routine so you keep looking, feeling and moving great.
The shoulder joint is the #1 joint most likely to become painful in the active aging body. It is also the #1 most frequently surgically addressed joint in the body. Nearly 50% of these chronic shoulder pain and surgeries could be eliminated by incorporating a simple band distraction routine on a regular weekly basis.
Resistance band training has played such a huge role in keeping the body more than just fit but instead looking, feeling and moving great. Discover the top reasons why at home workout routines are totally unlimited with resistance bands.
If you understand how the body ages and what physical changes will occur with age, it becomes very apparent that following a traditional strength training approach is not going to help address most of these age-driven changes. Learn what will and how to implement it today.
Being a member of an active aging life style is a great thing, especially when we know how to optimally prepare the body through your exercise program by understanding how the body changes with age. Learn what these changes are and why exercising with weights is not the only solution to keeping the body ahead of mother nature.