A Question from an Older Dino

It's important to keep on training your legs as you grow older, but it's okay to change how you train them. I used to focus on back squats, but now I prefer front squats. At age 60, they keep my legs healthy and strong.

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

One of our older Dinos has a
friend who's 67.

He's like many older Dinos.

He's been training for well-
over 50 years.

He has a question.

He likes doing squats in the
10 to 20 rep range - and he
was wondering what a good
poundage goal would be.

Do any of the older Dinos -
or any younger Dinos who
train with older Dinos - have
any suggestions for him?

If you're over age 60 and
you're still squatting, what
are you handling?

Let me know, and I'll share
the results.

Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

P.S. Gray Hair and Black Iron
is the best book ever written
about effective training for
older Dinos:


I also did a terrific mini-course
with an all-new workout for older
trainees. It's available in PDF
with immediate electronic


P.S. 2.  My other books and courses are
right here at Dino Headquarters:

Hard-copy and PDF




P.S. 3. Thought for the Day:
"Set a goal, make a plan,
and take action." - Brooks

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