• It’s hard enough to focus on bodybuilding workouts with the level of effort required to get real results. Add in the constant drone of voices of anxiety on the news, and it looks miraculous that you can even focus on working out and taking care of yourself at all. Life is generally hectic for everyone.
    Even when events seem to conspire to prevent you from working out, you can always pick up where you left off, so don’t despair.

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  • I’ve been writing from the perspective of bodybuilding over 40… heck, far too close to 50 for my comfort. But, as time marches on, you can join the parade or be run over by it. I choose to not be run over. So, here I am, working out again, getting in the best shape of my life lifting weights, at 48 years old.

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  • Time and obligations interfere with my bodybuilding effort. I’m not going to compete, and I don’t know yet how far I’ll take this effort, but this new approach has been surprisingly effective. Despite the demands of life interfering with my workout schedule, I’m getting more and more muscular, stronger, and still burning fat. Progress is fun!

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  • It’s only been ten weeks since I started this?  Time both flies and stands still. Yesterday, Monday, marked the beginning of the 11th week of lifting according to the workout routine I posted previously.  My first workout was May 18th.  Here I am ten weeks later… Am I back in shape?  Yeah….  That’s a bold […]

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  • Getting in shape lifting weights has to be the best kept secret in the weight loss industry. It doesn’t require pills or potions, just some steel, gravity, and intensity. I’ve made surprising gains in strength and endurance in my eight weeks of “bodybuilding over 40.”

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