|I don't know about you, but at age 60, I'm tired of people telling me what to do - and what not to do.|
Hail to the Dinosaurs!
I don't know about you, but at age
60, I'm tired of people telling me
what to do - and what not to do.
I'm over it.
Tired of hearing it.
Over the years, I've pretty much
heard it all, especially when it
comes to strength training.
When, I was a kid, the coaches
said "Don't do it - it will make you
I didn't listen to them - and that
was a good thing.
When I was a little older - as in,
my 20's - people started to tell
me I was "too old" to lift weights.
Yes, that's right.
They told me I was too old - and
that was when I was 25 or 26!
I didn't listen to those people,
Today, at age 60, people tell
1. That I'm too old to lift weights.
2. That I'm too old for Olympic
3. That I'm too old for singles,
doubles and triples.
4. That I need to start doing a
light-weight pumpathon workout.
5. That I need to start using
6. That at my age, I need to use
7. That after age [fill in the blank],
it's all downhill.
I'm happy to say, I don't listen to
those people, either.
But I do train - and I have tons of
fun doing it.
I also have tons of tips for older
trainees - and some really good
workouts. More than 50 of them.
They're right here:
Go here to grab a copy - and have
yourself a grand old time with the
Yours in strength,