Starting a TRAINING PROGRAM at age 50… is it Possible?

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Starting a TRAINING PROGRAM at age 50… is it Possible?

Starting a TRAINING PROGRAM at age 50… is it Possible?

You just turned 50 and look through photos of your younger self and wonder where that guy went and how my stomach and waistline went out of control, or perhaps you have had some medical condition that has awakened you to the reality of improving your physical fitness. You are wondering if it’s even possible to start a workout routine at 50 and above, well the answer… YES, it is.

Starting a new fitness routine at any age can be intimidating, but it’s never too late to make a positive change. If you’re 50 years old and considering returning to the gym, here are a few things to keep in mind:
  1. Consult with your doctor: your body just doesn’t perform as it used to when you were 30 years old, so Before starting any new exercise routine, it’s important to consult with your doctor. They can help you determine what type of exercise is safe for you based on your current health and any pre-existing conditions you may have.

  2. Start slowly: After a period of inactivity, it’s important to ease back into exercise gradually. This will help reduce your risk of injury and ensure that you’re able to stick with your routine.
  3. Find activities that you enjoy: The key to maintaining a regular exercise routine is finding activities that you enjoy. This could be anything from lifting weights to taking a dance class to picking up sports like football, badminton, tennis and so on. By finding activities that you enjoy, you’ll be more likely to stick with them.
  4. Don’t compare yourself to others: It’s natural to compare yourself to others at the gym, especially if you’re just starting out. But it’s important to remember that everyone is at a different place in their fitness journey. Focus on your own progress and don’t worry about what others are doing.
  5. Get support: Starting a new fitness routine can be challenging, especially if you’re doing it on your own. Consider joining the TRAIN WITH TRIBE PROGRAM, a gym or finding a workout buddy to help keep you motivated.

By following these tips, you can successfully return to the gym at 50 years old and start improving your physical health and well-being. Remember, it’s never too late to make positive changes in your life.



Article Written by: @mr_intensity365

Edited by: @fitkaytoday



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