Who’s going to take up the banner for the baby boomers and exercise for older adults?
This is sent in a positive tone, not mad.
When are one you famous internet fitness folks going to get smart and start a page just for fat loss and muscle gain for us baby boomers? We have our own special needs that are not the same as a 20 something. Like starting to take care of ourselves after being long time office rats. Our kids are going, we have money and time and are active.
* how to progressively lift without hurting ourselves
* how to build muscle even with hormone deficient bodies
* nutrition for the over 50, including supplements beyond multivitamins
* health conditions like diabetes to consider when lifting and changing your eating
(I’m a type 2 diabetic an needed to lose weight first before concentrating on muscle gain)
I changed my life by using protein power and weight training but it has been a laborious task sifting through all the available information to get what fits my needs at 51.baby boomers, exercise for older adults, fit over 40, scott hults