After 55, Avoid These Strength Training Mistakes

First mistake: Pushing Too Hard Too Fast Want to fit into your favorite pants and tone up your muscles today

 It's tempting to try a new fitness plan to make up for lost time. Avoid pushing too hard too fast.

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After 55, you must workout. Exercise improves mental health, bone density, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer's disease, cancer, aches and pains, and independence.


Third Mistake: Not Warming Up and Cooling DownA good warm-up helps your joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and cardiovascular system adjust to movement. 

Warm up for 5 minutes with active stretches for the complete body.

Not Strength Training Walking is simple and a fantastic method to exercise. After 30, our muscles naturally lose bulk due to aging. This strains joints, tendons, and ligaments.

Working Out Alone Motivation is the hardest element of establishing a fitness routine. It rises and falls like other emotions. Starting a decent workout plan with an accountability buddy or coach is fantastic.

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