by: Michael Miller
Get Your Helath Checked Out
You must have a full examination from a physician before beginning any strength training program to ensure that you don’t have a rare condition, of which you are unaware, that would prevent you from engaging in strength training. Once you’ve gotten that out of the way, it’s time to begin.
With the guidance of a physical therapist or qualified and experienced personal trainer, you should have no problem lifting weights, getting stronger and losing excess body fat. Also, through research of your own on the internet—including forums such as those at bodybuilding.com—you can piece together a solid strength-training program that works around your injuries. Putting your internet research into practice, you can determine what works and what does not work given your particular set of circumstances.
Find Training Alternatives
Most strength training programs for men over 50 are based on the basic lifts such as: Continue reading