May 1

Worst Body Weight Exercise After 50


What’s the worst body weight exercise for women over 50? Unless you have excellent body mechanics and awareness, chances are you’re doing more harm than good.
If you can’t do a pull up, don’t try a push up! Planks are, at least, less risky. Find the weight room or press your suitcase if you need a chest exercise!


Are you tired of settling for weight gain and fatigue just because you’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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  • Incredible information! As it so happens, I never wanted to be able to do a push-up anyway. Now I have my absolute best excuse! Thank you so much! Onto the next.

  • My jaw hit the floor because I have a torn rotator and I ignored the soreness after doing men’s push-ups. And now I’m suffering for it… I’m 69 years old and was doing well but I overdid it with TRX and barre then yoga couple times a week each. I will heal but I am definitely changing my routines. Thank you!

  • i can’t even do them anyway. Been tryng but not been consistent in trying. Thanks for this. Maybe ill put my efforts in something else

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