• Make Steady and Safe Gains After Age 40 With These Top Tips

    Make Steady and Safe Gains After Age 40 With These Top Tips

    If you are in your 40s and looking for ways to keep your game strong in the gym or within your field of sports, there are some important factors to consider for performing at your optimum level. Of course, if you have been inactive for some time, you simply need to get started in order…
  • This Science Expert Explains How to Kick-Start Your Aging Metabolism

    This Science Expert Explains How to Kick-Start Your Aging Metabolism

    In this series, we investigate the importance of maintaining your fitness levels as life goes beyond 40. Factors such as mobility, muscle-mass and recovery are all important issues that we will cover, and one of the most burning questions that people have as they age is to ask whether or not our metabolism slows down.…
  • Find Out What's the Most Effective and Efficient Way to Warm Up

    Find Out What's the Most Effective and Efficient Way to Warm Up

    If you don't warm up and prepare your body for movement, you WILL get hurt! Follow these expert tips from Andy McDermott to avoid injury.
  • Having Trouble Getting Fit After 40? Here's How to Get Started

    Having Trouble Getting Fit After 40? Here's How to Get Started

    So, you’re in your 40s? Or maybe you are a few years either side, but one thing is for sure, exercise should be an essential part of your lifestyle. We get it, your working hours are long and the available time at home with the family is limited, but if you want to stay around…
  • How Should You Approach Training When You're in Your 40s?

    How Should You Approach Training When You're in Your 40s?

    Now that I'm well over 40 years of age, do I train the same way as I did when I first picked up a weight as a high school sophomore? No.
  • How Goldberg is Pinning Father Time Ahead of WWE SummerSlam

    How Goldberg is Pinning Father Time Ahead of WWE SummerSlam

    Bill Goldberg seems to be blasting father time with one of his ferocious spears the same way he’s been blasting opponents for more than four decades. The former defensive tackle’s NFL career, which began in 1992, was cut short following a serious tear to his abdomen, but standing 6’4″ and weighing over 300 pounds, a…
  • Science Says It’s Possible for Older Adults to Reverse Physical Decline

    Science Says It’s Possible for Older Adults to Reverse Physical Decline

    A new study out of the University of Southern California shows the reversal of physical decline in old age through exercise.