- Aug 3, 2015
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yeah diet and weight would be the biggest one as we age. Long before we start losing muscle. In general, many of us become less active as we age and that contributes to the muscle loss, and the "decay" (can't think of the correct term) of the joint health and heart health. From there it's just a train wreck as those issues will cause other issues. What's worse is that the train wreck sneaks up without warning.This guy is correct about losing muscle as we age & someone on the thread mentioned bone density. I think he needs to watch his diet though, looks overweight.
One Form of weight training I've found very useful, & as you'll see this isn't new is a system Bob Gadja used.
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