Happy New Year!
Since this is the first day of the new year I figured I would share one more article from 2018 today when I went into the archives. The original publishing date of today’s article was back on July 3, 2018.
Whether you like it or not today is the day that many people start setting New Year’s Resolutions. Whether you do that or not I figured that today’s article may help to guide you. I figured this would be the case even if you decided it’s time for you to “tweak” your training looking at the new year. Read and apply!
- Are you continuing to win your war on strength beyond your 30’s?
- Do you currently try to lift and train the same now as you did in your 20’s?
- Are you battling with ailments and injury more often?
- Are you still trying to blast out record PR’s every 6 to 8 weeks in your 30’s?
If you’re looking to keep crushing your strength gains for the long haul then you’ve got to change up your strength and conditioning approach as you ease into your 30’s, 40’s, and beyond. Sure you can still blast some new PR’s and blow up the heavy weight, but I would strongly recommend going about doing it intelligently and with an eye for experience.