Sent: Wednesday, June 02, 2004 8:57 AM
Subject: Positive attitudes on training and
Hello from Legendary Fitness!
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We receive many emails from baby boomers about motivation. Many boomers have more time than they did in their 20s and 30s because their families are raised, and they are successful in their careers. Although they have more time than ever to train, the problem that often haunts them is the realization that they will NEVER look as good as they did in their youth. Bodies age no matter what we do. How in the heck can anyone in their 40s to 60s+ keep a positive attitude in training? What’s the point when injuries are commonplace, hormones are at new lows making fat harder to lose and muscle harder to maintain let alone gain?
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We are inundated with emails because of the
July Iron Man magazine feature on
In response to those emails, we are putting together a series of articles to provide general ideas for beginning, intermediate and advanced workout routines to answer your questions. Feel free to take these upcoming workout routines to your local gym where a personal trainer can individualize our suggestions to meet your special needs. This is a critical step in your success as the only way to develop a workout routine to meet your specific needs is through personal contact to determine body type, responsiveness to training, goals, dietary needs and habits, as well as medical restrictions.
It is our plan to set up a personal phone consultation end of our business to be up and running by year-end. Until then, feel free to read through our numerous and in-depth articles on Bodybuilding.com and our expanding website, Legendaryfitness.com where you will find most of the answers to your nutrition, cardio and resistance training questions.
Baby Boomer Quick Tips and Facts
Result of the first randomized control trial of a low-carb diet reveals not only higher effectiveness for weight loss, but also improvement in cholesterol levels.
Annals of Internal Medicine.
In 1996 the Surgeon General recommended 30
minutes of moderate exercise, most days of the week. The
Harvard Health Publications.
Should you use wraps? Orthopedic braces can ease pain and help you stay active, but if the answer is to strengthen muscles and you rely on a brace instead, your muscles can actually become weaker. Braces do not prevent problems or injury.
New wrinkle smoother. A new injectable gel to smooth out wrinkles was approved by the FDA. Marketed under the names Hylaform and Restylane the hyaluronic acid is effective for up to eight months for smoothing out mid-to-deep creases in the face.
Reuters. April 2004.
US pressure on World Health
Organization? Critics state
that the World Health Organization caved in to pressure from the
Reuters. April 2004
Train hard, train smart and make it a legendary week!