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Live long and live strong―effective strength training for adults over 40
Muscle mass and strength are key to maintaining mobility, metabolism, and hormone balance as you get older. Whether you’re looking to jump back into a strength training routine, or this is your first time trying it out, Strength Training Over 40 makes it easy and safe to do at any age.
Start the next stage of your life strong with a comprehensive 6-week strength training program that guides you through building and maintaining total-body strength, so you can keep doing the things you love to do for years to come. You’ll find illustrated exercises and stretches, complete with step-by-step instructions and weekly home and gym workout routines that put all the moves together.
Strength Training Over 40 helps you:
- Start small―The routines gradually get more challenging to help you build stamina and keep up good habits for 6 weeks and beyond.
- Beyond strength―You’ll also learn about nutrition, recovery time, using different equipment, and modifying exercises to your current fitness level.
- Which muscle?―Every exercise explains exactly which muscles it targets, so you understand how to do it correctly, safely, and why it’s beneficial for your body.
Protect your strength and vitality for the rest of your life with Strength Training Over 40.
From the Publisher
It’s easier than ever to build strength at any age with:
A program-based approach
These exercises feature clear, step-by-step instructions and illustrations, and are assembled into 6 weeks of age-appropriate workout routines to help you develop good strength training habits for life.
This strength training program is designed for anyone over 40, at any fitness level. Whether you’ve never tried strength training before or it’s just been a while, this is the perfect place to jump in.
At home and at the gym
Explore different options for doing these exercises and programs at the gym or on your own, so you can tailor them to your needs. You can even find tips for making them easier or more challenging.