Do you feel old yet? Doctors say once a person hits the age of 50, the have a one-in-three chance of developing sarcopenia, a common syndrome that causes the loss of muscle mass and strength. How do we keep that from happening? The answer is to begin strength training now. Jeff Halevy, a fitness expert, agrees that weight lifting will help you maintain your muscles and their function as well as strength as you age.
Would you be surprised that strength training not only benefits your muscle mass? It’s true. Recent study and research have discovered that it’ll improve your bone strength too. This is necessary for aiding to reduce the risk of falls and the impact of fall-related injuries in older adults.