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5 Biggest Workout Mistakes Men and Women Over 50 Make

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Filed Under (General) by Rick Kaselj



Hey, it is Thursday and it is YouTube video recording time. I am off to film a whole bunch more YouTube videos for you. I can’t wait to get them to you! Make sure you’ve subscribed to my channel so you can get them right away.

Today, I have a great interview with Fred Schafer who talked about the key things to remember when training over the age of 50.

Enjoy the interview!

~ Rick

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5 Biggest Workout Mistakes Men and Women Over 50 Make

CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video.

In the interview above, you will discover:

  • Who is Fred Schafer?
  • What is the muscle eating disease that men and women over 50 suffer from?
  • 5 biggest workout mistakes men and women over 50 make
  • The #1 training tip for people over 50

I hope you enjoyed the interview.

If you would like more information about Fred Schafer, you can visit him at 50FIT.net.

If you know of someone who would be great to interview, please do email.

Or if you have an injury story or something that would benefit health and fitness professionals, please contact me.

Take care!

Rick Kaselj, MS

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I am 67 and This is exactly what my Trainer is doing for me.

I am so thankful to have lucked out in getting Leevon as my Personal Trainer – A good personal trainer is worth his weight in Gold.

I have gone from an expanding 34″ waist back to a healthy 28″ in less than 6 months but I have not lost any weight (I am 5’10” only 150) so the change has been reduction of FAT and an increase in muscle.

My diet has changed significantly, I am eating much more healthfully than I have in years.

I really feel so much more healthy, alive and stronger now.

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Awesome! Don’t let your age define you. Get healthy and stay healthy, Ervjay!

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He is correct. I am 75 and stronger today than when I was 35. I started at age 40 just to see if it was really “down hill after 40.” I have proven to myself that that is a myth. Fourteen years ago an orthopedic surgeon showed me x-rays of my worn out knees and suggested replacements. Single leg free-standing squats have kept my knees going without pain. I have reversed my imbalance by doing a lot of exercises standing on one foot. I have brought back grip strength like opening vacuum jars ,i.e. peanut butter jars, by working my forearms. I’m now finding that lack of bladder control relates to weak core muscles. People guess that I’m in my mid sixties. YES, it works.

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Thank you for your feedback, Kerwin. Check out the 2nd part of the interview here – http://exercisesforinjuries.com/2-essential-nutritional-needs-that-anyone-over-50-should-take/

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Thanks once again, Rick, for bringing us useful and very helpful information with your own experience and suggestions but also by highlighting people like Fred, who we might not otherwise come into contact with. This little interview has me pumped and excited to learn more!!

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Rick Kaselj Reply:

Great to hear that, Debb. You are welcome!

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