February 27

Cardio vs Weights After 50 (Wish I Knew this Sooner)

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Cardio vs Weights After 50 (Wish I Knew this Sooner) I'm frequently asked: which is better cardio or weights and now science is very clear on best exercise for women over 40, and over 50 and 60 it becomes more true. Three common exercise myths women believe about exercise, weight loss, and gaining muscle strength and tone that are false, have no science behind them, and need to go!

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Are you tired of settling for weight gain and fatigue just because youโ€™re approaching or have already passed age 50? You can still get in the best shape of your life, no matter your age!

Debra Atkinson – a 39-year fitness veteran and international fitness presenter, Master trainer to personal trainers, and a former (15-year) University Senior Lecturer in Kinesiology – created this channel to share weekly videos for women to help with hormonal changes in menopause, pro aging nutrition, and strength training for women over 50.

Debra is the bestselling author of Hot, Not Bothered; You Still Got It, Girl! The After 50 Fitness Formula For Women, and Navigating Fitness After 50: Your GPS For Choosing Programs and Professionals You Can Trust, and host of the Flipping 50 podcast and Flipping 50 TV. She is a frequent blogger for Huffington Post and an expert contributor on ShareCare.

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  • Thank you im now understanding how it works, i have been dound strength exercises for four weeks 3/4 times a week and loveing it, thank you for making it easy to understand x

  • What would be the way to start a routine after cancer treatment? Any suggestions on routines? Thank you
    Edit: cleared from a medical perspective but finding hard to come up with trainers that specialize in recovery and are more gentle

  • What’s an endurance event/triathlon? Also I would love to know your age generally or specifically, that would be encouraging. Thx

  • Do you recommend a warmup before strength training and how long of one? I assume it would be an aerobic type of warm up but light?

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