That’s what it’s about.
Moving like your body was intended to.
Use the 5 Human Movements for building muscle after 50.
That is a sound strategy and the basis for all my fitness training.
Watch the video below.
Simple is often better.
A successful strategy for building muscle after 5o starts with a sound philosophy:
Thats what How to Build Muscle After 50 is all about.
It’s a proven, step by step program that progressively takes you from wherever you are (all experience and fitness levels are accommodated) to a high level of strength and fitness.
The 5 Human Movements are emphasized with a focus on exercise progression.
There is a version of every exercise that is perfect for you at any given time in your fitness evolution. These progressions allow you to get the most out of every workout and to progress very rapidly.
Building muscle after 50 is a lot easier when you know exactly what to do each and every workout.
That’s what you get with this program.
12 weeks of training broken up into four, 3 week phases.
You train either 3 or 4 days a week, you choose. It’s a flexible program.
Total training time is 95 minutes per week. Yea that’s per week, not per workout.
That’s all you need if you do the right exercises in the right order with the correct volume (weight times reps).
3 weeks of Metabolic/Endurance training.
Mid to higher reps to really get your engine revving.
3 solid weeks of Strength training.
Low reps, heavy weights-this is where you really pack on the muscle.
Shred fat with 3 weeks of pure Endurance training.
High reps and lower weights will really crank up your metabolism.
Finish with 3 weeks of Metabolic/Strength training.
Low to mid-range reps and fairly heavy weights builds muscle and aerobic fitness.
Mark aka The Old Spartan and Over-50 Fitness Savior is a 62 year old coffee guzzling father of five wandering the outdoors around Albuquerque, New Mexico. Mark helps Men Over 50 get lean, healthy and strong so they can be cool dads and grand dads using his signature Spartan Method system.
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