While it can decrease life expectancy and quality of life, there are actions you can take to prevent and even reverse the condition.
Do you want the good news or the bad news first?
Let’s start with the bad news. Your muscle mass will decrease by approximately 3–8% per decade after the age of 30. This decrease in muscle mass is also accompanied by a progressive increase in fat mass, changes in body composition, and is associated with several conditions, including type 2 diabetes, obesity, heart disease, and osteoporosis. Wow, that’s a lot to take in.
Now, here is the good news:
Full-body resistance exercise training and cardiovascular activity have been shown to increase strength and reduce the effects of Sarcopenia.
Here\’s your solution:
3x/week full-body resistance training. NOT split workouts like “chest/shoulders” or “back/bis.” I\’m talking about FULL BODY resistance training involving all your major muscle groups. Starting a 3x/week Full Body Training routine is Step #1 of how to build muscle when you are over 40.
Looking for a personal trainer who specializes in sarcopenia. You are talking to him right now.
I work with clients 1-on-1 in a private studio in North Dallas. Our clients come to us for 4 reasons:
- 1 on 1 private training in a small studio. 1 person is allowed in the room at a time.
- My experience- Been in the fitness industry for over 35 yrs
- My clients get results.
I’m Looking for 5 men and women 40 and older who need the accountability to workout. To increase their flexibility, improve core strength. To look better, feel better, and live longer and reverse the effects of sarcopenia.