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You are NOT too old to get in shape. It’s never too late to get in shape and reap the health benefits of physical fitness. So says a new study published in the journal JAMA Network Open. Fitness has no age limit.

Contrary to what you may have been told, you can absolutely get into the best shape of your life after 50. In fact, the perks of a regular exercise routine become more noticeable as you grow older. Getting into shape builds confidence and muscle, helping you feel and look younger than other people your age. Follow Lisa’s lead with these tips for getting fit at any age: 1. Make yourself a priority.

At first, I balked at spending $160 per month on an unlimited Orangetheory Fitness membership, but then. Whether you’re 50, 65 or 80, there’s virtually no downside to getting into shape through a good exercise regimen. In fact, the older you get, the more important it is for you to maintain your. It sounds like the exhausting schedule of a teen with boundless energy, but she’ll be 68 this August, and people often stop to tell her that she’s in great shape. (Learn how to get better with age.

But to stay motivated, I’ve always needed goals and accomplishments: to get faster or stronger, hit some personal best, maybe win an age-group ribbon or at least get a free T-shirt. Into my. Getting in shape at 50 requires both cardiovascular and strength training exercise and a healthy diet. Get the Right Mindset No matter whether you’ve been sedentary for two or 20 years, you’re never too old to get back in shape.

If you have extra weight to lose and you’ve lost muscle tone, regular exercise can help you reach your fitness goals. For a lot of men, becoming fit at the age of 50 is quite a feat. There is nothing more impressive than a physical fit elder. Although it may be difficult, it is possible with motivation and hard work. There are some lifestyle changes you will need to make in order to achieve your goals.

Instead, I will attempt to describe the mind set which goes into achieving such a shape at his age. Quick medical history of the patient: no thyroid, back surgery in 2011, cannot turn his head to the right, severe kyphosis (hunched forward), and lastly, no short term memory, as a.

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You are never too old to exercise, and it is never too late to start.

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You’re never too old to start or to pick up exercises where you left off.

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It is never too late to become physically fit.

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With patience and persistence, it is possible to get into excellent physical shape at almost any age.

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Bottom line: You are never too young or too old to exercise and benefit from it.

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It doesn’t matter whether you’re 21 or 41 or whether you’re in shape or not.

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It is never too late to start an exercise program.

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The point is, you are never too old to improve muscular strength and endurance.

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  • I would say he was natural until the late 80’s… even his physique in Rocky IV and Rambo 2 he said in his book he was around 170 lbs… that’s not very big. When you watch behind the scenes for Rambo 2 for example, he actually looks small, just very lean….if he’s 5’9 5′ 10″ or so and only 170 ish that’s not very big at all for that height. Franco Columbu was 190 at 5’4. It’s obvious
    Stallone pumps up before actually filming scenes just like bodybuilders would do before going on stage

  • He is just an inspiration.. His rocky films when I was a teenager made me train,his rocky tunes helped me do one more or run up that hill as fast as I could with my hood up and a towel round my neck ha ha. I love the man.. wish I knew him it feels like I do he has been in my life so long. So thank you so much Sly for the inspiration and the entertainment ya done good… stay safe and live long my friend.

  • When he gained all that weight, I couldn’t help but wonder how overweight, or obese people function. I’m 48, and contemplating entering and competing in a bikini competition. I’m glad muscle has memory, because in my 20’s my triceps, deltoids, and quads were so gorgeous.
    I had a wonderful physique.
    So, absolutely it is possible to have gains when you’re older.

  • Lol big Sly fan but I’m not delusional…. this guy has been on the gear since rocky 3 an you can tell…in rocky 4 he looked Tren out of his mind.. so let’s be 100… the guy hung out w/ bodybuilder on a dailyyyy.. worked out with them but took nothing….lmao a few years back he was caught w/ roids….. love the guy to death but he is only inspiration for the Saucers not the naturals

  • Kai Greene, 45. Jay Cutler, 46, Mike O’hearn, 51, Serge Nubret in pumping iron, 39, Ed Corney in pumping iron, 45. ME, 38, in better shape than I ever was in my teens and 20s. Most people you see in their late 30s+ you have to remember, they probably barely exercised and most likely drank and smoked lots or maybe still do and probably eat garbage every day. So don’t go off what the average person couldn’t achieve because they were lazy and greedy. Man I see 40 year olds that look beat up.

  • Lol…he got in shape just like all of the celebs do…by taking gear and keeping it quiet while saying how hard they work and how much dry chicken and broccoli they eat….
    it’s not magic…to look like Sly when you are 50+ you take LOTS of Testosterone and other PED’s. (and THEN do your workouts….)

  • I disagree strongly. It depends largely on genetic outcomes, which are greatly affected by what you did from late teen yrs consistently and persistently. At the age of 45 I came 6th in a world kyokushin full contact tournament and I knew that 20 odd years of bodyb and discipline made me Wat I am. The second one is FOOD! TO be honest it’s after the age of 45 I recommend testosterone to my male pts. Thirdly muscle memory is connected to the solar plexus 3rd brain so muscle stimulus is well retained. So no Jeff I disagree…

  • I turned 40 2 weeks ago. Iv been working out 5 days a week since last November minus the time the gym was closed due to covid. I was 125 lbs. now I’m 145 lbs of muscle. This is the best shape iv been in in my life.

  • Jeff, I just wanna say thanks.

    I was browsing through your videos, looking for something new to learn or to watch out for (or discover more of my own red flags lol) when I saw the title of this video. Immediately I thought, damn. I was mortified. The reason I was upset was because I trust everything you say (maybe that’s a bad thing? but I do), so in my mind this was 100% true. I felt so bad because I had just gotten off the phone with my mom, who’s in her 50s (I think…) and I recommended your videos to her for her lower back pain. I told her to work on her abs and her glutes, and gave her easy exercises to start with. Seeing that people over 35 can’t gain muscle sunk my heart.

    Then I watched the video, and felt instant relief. I don’t know why I instantly believed the title of the video, again, maybe that’s just a testament to how good your other videos are. Putting science behind each one really earns you that respect. Needless to say, I felt dumb for believing it (if I read the comment I probably wouldn’t have been so quick to believe, in my defense lol), and really glad that I could continue to help my mom with her pains.

    I’ve been binging a lot of your videos lately. I’m pretty skinny, it’s hard for me to put on weight, but seeing your stuff has given me confidence! Knowing what muscles do and how they work, how they connect, and even their names, gives me this sense of empowerment. I recently started Xero. I’m 2 degrees below! But I’m powering through my first week. 20 sets of 1, not 1 set of 20.

    So thanks again!
    Thanks for making this video, it really shows how much you care about your audience. Keep up the amazing work. You fucking rock.

  • As Darren Hill below pointed out, once Sly became rich in his 30’s, he had access to the best nutrition and the best drugs and the best doctors to monitor his drug use (steroids, HGH, IGF etc). That’s NOT an insult, but it is a fact. Of course he still had to put in the work at the gym, which he obviously did. But what steroids etc allow a man over 30 to do is absolutely bust your ass in the gym and be able to recover so much faster that you can go back to the gym sooner and repeat. Thank god for Dorian Yates who was the first body builder to come flat out and say ” of course i take steroids, and lots of them”. Again, that’s not an insult, its a fact. There are medical journal articles where men were divided into 3 groups. Group 1 worked out naturally. Group 2 worked out and injected Test. Group 3 did not work out at all but injected Test. Three months later Group 2 had gained the most new muscle obviously. BUT Group 3 gained more muscle than Group 1……just sitting on their ass. By not even mentioning Sly’s drug use is really really weak.

  • I think your missing the most important point! Stallone was broke up until 79!!!!! He made zero from Rocky until his point’s were re adjusted. And got really rich. So does it not make sense that he probably had full time chefs nutrionisists etc etc on his payroll added to his immense fortitude no wonder he got in proper shape.

  • Can you please start including facts for women in your videos? It would be helpful when you are giving tips or talking about diets if you add in how it applies to women too. Thank you!

  • With so much advancement in the health field, it will be commonplace, that those in their late thirties, and those in their forties, fifties, sixties, seventies, eighties, etc., are more health conscious, which makes working out, with good principles, their lifestyle for the huge benefits.

  • Great video Bob!!!! I’m in my 40’s… and would love you to get me ripped!! I have a big story to tell…. can we talk over email about a program! My email is [email protected] yahoo.com!!
    Would love too see where I can take my future!!!! Hope to hear back bro!!!! ����������

  • Hey Bob, dude I want to send you a progress pic of me. I’m 46 and 6 percent bodyfat.Ive put on 12lbs of solid muscle on a carnivore diet. Love your channel man.

  • asking for help I was, a power lifter and after two open heart. Surgeries to close a hole in my heart I have been trying to change my body I start at age 15 my dream weight is 230 give or take need help I hope you can help me fine the answer I need

  • One sees many overweight older men and some that are way too thin, too. They need to do something but I am not sure that early morning gym or running is way to go, at that age. One retires for a reason and it’s usually not to get up at some ungodly hour to do more futile, hard, uncomfortable boring work, after wasting one’s entire life on such shit. Unless you happen to be a masochist who gets into this kind of thing or enjoys the young millennials gym scene they are so into. I’m not. There has got to be a better, more convenient less costly and time wasting, more productive or pleasant way to get fit and trim. Watching how much of what goes into your mouth is an obvious start. It takes care of the slim and trim part of the equation. There’s no escaping the reality that you get fat because you eat too much of the wrong stuff or you are too skinny because you don’t eat enough and correctly. As for the firming up and getting fit, well, I am female, but my tricks can also be adapted by males to suit their male lifestyles. About a year ago, I ditched gym and won’t be returning to it voluntarily. It’s too boring and such a waste of lifetime and it did nothing for my waist. Instead, I became more aware of all my daily movement. How much O did of what, how, what it entailed and I began to turn everyday physical chores into a chance to exercise, by doing the movements in a very deliberate way, to get maximum physical training value out of them eg bending to pick up things on the floor? Bend from waist, keep knees straight. Gives good stretchThere are many others. Then I began to group jobs I needed to do, so, on a daily basis, I could get a nice balance of stretching, aerobic and weight bearing exercise. Building things and outdoors yard and garden jobs are great for this eg carrying rocks, bricks etc to build things makes great weight training. If one brick is too light, challenge yourself carrying more at a time. Aerobics is easy to do. Forget driving every where. Or taking the lift in the office. Just walk or jog to wherever you need to be in everyday life. Need some wild etc to do some job? No worries. Save on petrol. Jog down to the hardware shop, pick some up and jog back home. Aerobics done for the day. Apart from attention to normal productive everyday very physical chores done in a very deliberate, conscious way that increases their fitness value, you may need a bit of extra fun in retirement, meet people etc. There are many good physical hobbies for varying levels of fitness and social interaction to achieve fitness without tears. Dancing of any kind is great. Some men(women, too) enjoy doing battle with the sea eg surfing, swimming, sailing etc, all pretty physical activities. And then there’s all the usual sports like tennis etc, one of which is bound to appeal and suit your fitness level eg golf, if you are not very fit, as you can just walk around nice scenery, occasionally trying to hit a ball, chat with your mates in between….Any of these things are more fun than boring old gym which it is hard to get motivated to do and keep up because it is not fun, not at all enjoyable. One has to accept the No Pain No Gain principle and that fitness will involve some discomfort. But, it can be minimised and be more efficient eg why do something at some ungodly hour eg gym or jogging at 5am on a cold wintry morning, when you could play a game of Aussie Rules football with young boys of an afternoon and just sleep in of a morning and still get the exercise benefits, if you hate getting up early eg because you had to do hard physical blue collar work all your life, that typically requires a very early morning start? No need. Retirement is not to just keep on slaving away and hating it. I found the best way to keep fit will always involve an element of fun, to motivate you to keep going, keep on keeping on, by eating right and moving the body right. I hear rowing boats or canoes is great for lower back pain relief some older men (women, too) need. Well, you could get bored doing reps on the gym rowing machine. But why use some gym machine, like the rowing machine or bicycles or treadmills etc that merely imitate the real thing, when you could do the real thing eg get on your bike and ride, run up some hill nearby, get into your little dinghy you ow own or hire and row out somewhere and try to catch a fish or simply take your girlfriend out on your boat and row away, to show off your newly acquired muscles from rowing practise for her to admire. Aske her to do a bit of rowing, too, when you want a rest. If she refused to get in the boat or share the rowing, you’ll know immediately if she is good girlfriend material for you or not, especially if you look at her chubby arms and suggest they could do with a bit of firming and toning up and you have the perfect exercise to achieve that for girls like her, with fat arms. Get in the dinghy or canoe and help row it. If she gets miffed and insulted at such a suggestion that her arms are fat, she is obviously too ultra thin skinned and definitely not good GF material. In which case, seek another female or male mate or simply row alone, but make sure you wear your safety vest, know what you’redoing eg your waters and how-to survive any water dangers you might get into eg storms etcand someone knows where you have gone and when you expect to be back, in case something happens to you and they have to help you. Gym is safer and probably more sociable if you like being among hordes of millennials working out, though they seldom say much, maybe just smile or nod, if friendly. But, doing the real thing is much better because, often, you can also be outdoors and get the added benefits of fresh air for good lungs, sunlight for vitamin D and good bones and you may meet interesting people as you exercise eg taking your dog for a run and s few park games retrieving sticks etc. You can’t take Rover into the gym with you to do a few reps on the machines there. Also, doing the real activity outside the imitation gym one is mentally beneficial because, although it can involve competition eg a game, or race etc, this will typically be friendly, healthy, fun competition. Unlike in gyms, where many overweight or too skinny people dare not be seen in peak hours because they feel ashamed of their shape or low fitness level. It can be pretty off-putting when you stack a tiny weight on your machine and then along comes some ultra fit patron who casually stacks huge weights on his and then looks at you with your pathetically small one. Or the very fit with perfect bodies strut around, acting like they are not interested in anybody else’s body, but they are secretly and enviously checking out their rivals’ physique. Women do this, too…. Often it also involves wearing the latest trend exclusive gym fashions… It’s a real typical ugly competitive millennials feminist bitches scene….The gym is just another scene to act it out on. You want fitness,minus this crap scene, which is why it is more fun and far better value and more rewarding if you find better ways to get fit. It can be done and I proved this. I also know of formerly very fat girls who slimmed down and got fit by simply Turing their kitchen into a mini gym astheyeotked in it, doing the usual domestic chores, including cooking delectable but now more healthy calorie controlled meals as they exercised doing it. Eg the recipe calls for “Add 2 eggs” So they do 10 little on the spot jumps,, add one egg, 10 more jumps, add the next one. Silky little things like that, often with pop music playing on radio to move to. One girl lost a ton of weight, no gym or early morning unpleasant, dangerous jogging in parks etc where one can get mugged or even murdered. By just doing silky simple things like “kitchen gym”. Benches make good balletbarres, doorways are great for stretching the spine and doing arm exercises perfectly well balanced and measured. The fridge is for resistance training, pushing against it as you tell yourself “I resist temptation to stop this activity, open fridge door and eat any goodies I can find inside”. This girl told me you get double the exercise doing this one. Not just doing your body, but also your brain, training it to be stronger and resist temptation to how into any good, any time….She never needed Jenny Craig or other weight reduction clinics.All achieved in her tiny apartment’s little kitchen “gym”. The best part, she told me, was having nobody see her transforming into a beautiful butterfly out of a former face stuffing caterpillar she said she used to be. Though she did install s long mirror behind the kitchen door, to watch her body change shape. She never used scales because these can be demoralising. Every 10 kilos or one dress size she dropped, she would reward herself with something she loved and she said she could afford it now that she did not waste so much money on special diet foods, diet clubs, gyms etc to try to get slim.

  • Hello friend I’m 31 years old too old I’m not gonna stop. I’m 5foot5 going to be 32 next month. I want to get ripped I haven’t gotten in shape in a long time I love your video.

  • Love u Sly Sir, and thanx Anaerobixx for making the great video and man the point you made that he himself will get up and kick someone’s ass was fantastic. Thanks man

  • Ye, admitted steroid user massive growth user and unlimited funds. Not your typical 66 year old. Great example of what can be achieved with his commitment and cash. Unfortunately unobtainable for 90%.

  • I had some total strangers told me in the past that I need to stop reading fitness related books and magazines because I’m too old for fitness and I will never lose weight.I told them off and I told them that they don’t know what they are talking about and fitness is for everybody.

  • Without you wanting to starve yourself or hand over your favorite snacks and treats via this: Max.Secured.Kim. The ingredients and methodology of this are pretty awesome. Say goodbye to belly fat and weakness.

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  • I never ever comment on anything. However this one deserves a comment. Cause I’m 39 years old and I haven’t done strong drugs apart from supplements. And I have my muscles still with me. I do believe that this guy doesn’t know much about discipline and hard training. Thanks for sharing it.

  • beautiful manStrausswell donewhen this quarantine is overwould love you to come out to U Conn country to work out with usAshford Fitness Society on fb. Our oldest member is 96;)

  • What kind of shape? Want to look like Clarence Bass, or you want to bulk-up? Unless you lifted weights and had a good foundation bulking up will be really hard without TRT.

  • Let’s start with be a bloodsucking CEO which lives on the backs of people doing 10 12 14 hours of stressfull work for him so that he can have the money to buy nutriscious food and supplements and the time and energy to workout and have a relaxed 8-10 hour sleep…

  • Mate, you look sensational. I’ve been looking for an excuse to get back into it. Looking at you just helped me make my mind up. Cheers!

  • I don’t want all these muscles,but training to run marathon under 4 hours when 60,8 years to go,in fairness he speaks a lot of sense

  • Nice to see a forthcoming response to the comments made �� I’m 30 yrs old and I’m 30 lbs heavier than I was when I was a 19 yr old ripped body builder.
    It’s not because of age, it’s because I’m settled down, married and enjoy crappy food XD anyone who shares the opinions this guy put forward is likely in a similar position.
    It’s all about how much you’re consciously putting into it.

    I started a 22 day challenge a week ago and already I’m seeing micro changes in my body and how I feel, older guys out there getting good results power to you man! ��

  • I am 71 and not far off him in results…. To all the nonbelievers and naysayers, I am not wealthy, prosperous, but have had far from a life of privilege, I grew up trailer trash….. as with all things you want to have or be just investigate what it will take to have or be that thing and make a decision whether you are willing to put the effort in or not to have or be that thing…..it is simply yes or no…..it is not drugs or money. it is discipline, you lazy fat fucks!

  • I am 58p,and I hate my body.I was a fit martial artist and athlete in my younger body.I miss being able to do the things I could do.Life has become a constant reminder of my decline.I will take my life on my 60th Birthday.I will go, knowing that I will leave my loved ones provided for.I did my best. ��

  • As Darren Hill below pointed out, once Sly became rich in his 30’s, he had access to the best nutrition and the best drugs and the best doctors to monitor his drug use (steroids, HGH, IGF etc). That’s NOT an insult, but it is a fact. Of course he still had to put in the work at the gym, which he obviously did. But what steroids etc allow a man over 30 to do is absolutely bust your ass in the gym and be able to recover so much faster that you can go back to the gym sooner and repeat. Thank god for Dorian Yates who was the first body builder to come flat out and say ” of course i take steroids, and lots of them”. Again, that’s not an insult, its a fact. There are medical journal articles where men were divided into 3 groups. Group 1 worked out naturally. Group 2 worked out and injected Test. Group 3 did not work out at all but injected Test. Three months later Group 2 had gained the most new muscle obviously. BUT Group 3 gained more muscle than Group 1……just sitting on their ass. By not even mentioning Sly’s drug use is really really weak.

  • 1. Be a CEO who has all the time and money to devote to fitness and the best diet….unlike anyone under Upper Middle Class.
    Step 2. Repeat step one while claiming “anyone can do it”

  • Change To non processed,get a group of meals that are easy to do,baked potatoes beans,scrambled eggs,pasta (not too much,)porridge breakfast or bran or other healthy series,salad sandwiches etc at lunch,then just add bits to it,it’s really easy and eat fruit during day,

  • 5:30 That two guys was mad and then when you won STONE that two guys are happy haha there are the two guys who you spoken with at the end they waited you that too long hahaha

  • D’fuq outta here… You’re really just pointing out how GEAR has evolved over the years and how good it is now. Nothing natural bout this fkr!

  • That body makes him look younger. Our body is a temple….God wants us to take care of ourselves so we can do more in our lives to bless and inspire people

  • Yeah you can workout the exact same way and amount you did in your 20s,but that does not mean you will recover as fast as you were in your 20s.So better go bit slower in my opinnion.

  • He is just an inspiration.. His rocky films when I was a teenager made me train,his rocky tunes helped me do one more or run up that hill as fast as I could with my hood up and a towel round my neck ha ha. I love the man.. wish I knew him it feels like I do he has been in my life so long. So thank you so much Sly for the inspiration and the entertainment ya done good… stay safe and live long my friend.

  • Hi Wendy, I have been using this system for several years and actually do the demonstrations for the company in Bermuda. I love the system but I find that some of the garments do not need the seam allowance especially on the shoulders because the sleeves are generous. But yes I love the system and they have quarterly releases.

  • Cut and slash method to move darts yes!!! First thing we were taught in basic bodice making…. fashion designing student ����‍♀️

  • Great sewing there! Bias binding looked confusing omg. BTW Wendy I just wanted to say I followed your picnic dress Cecilie Bahnsen tutorial to help me make my own crew neck version in dark blue and it came out amazing! My best work so far <3 Trying out the cowl neck dresses next... x

  • This is amazing!! The only question going through my mind is how about the change in bust when you wear a bra/different types of bras?

  • I’ve been trying to make a basic bodice block for two days, and I’m screaming out of frustration! This video could not have come at a better time! THANK YOU!! Now I feel energized and like I can do this! You’re the best! <3 <3 <3

  • WAY TOO MUCH INFORMATION….EVERYWHERE! Who is right? Why so much info when all we need is a simple diet plan and an exercise plan that works….WITHOUT out the hype and long-winded sales pitches. I am 71. I have always been skinny, with long arms and legs and NO MUSCLE! I hit the gym 6 days a week, doing 20 minutes of cardio and targeting 2 muscle groups per visit (shoulders & arms, chest and back, abs and legs) but I am not getting results that matter! WTH! I eat healthy, sleep well, take supplements, don’t eat crap or drink much, stay hydrated, and I am strong and active…..I just can’t build muscle or lose the residual fat (moobs, love handles, belly)! FRUSTRATING with all the hype and BS on the web!????

  • It’s so refreshing to see Julia in a video! Hoping to see more cameos of her in the future!

    As always, you nailed it, Wendy! Such a perfect fit!! ��

  • The binder pattern moment at 6:43 = WHOA!!!!! ��
    This video inspires me to keep doing my own alternations so as to my garments to fit correctly. One day I will sew a dress. The fact you are self-taught is amazing; you explain methods very well. BTW, those drop ball earings are stunning. Thank you for the great video and stay well. ����❣️

  • I literally am hemming a pre-loved skirt that we will be selling as I was watching the video. I think I’m going to have a new project!

  • Ayeeeee! Only 13 minutes in! At this point, I barely know how to sew a straight stitch but I’m here for the vahbs. Wendy, you are a whole mood��

  • I had some total strangers told me in the past that I need to stop reading fitness related books and magazines because I’m too old for fitness and I will never lose weight.I told them off and I told them that they don’t know what they are talking about and fitness is for everybody.

  • Omg i’ve been waiting for this vid…i’ve alway wondered how to make ur projects, but didn’t really know how to measure and make a bodice for myself

  • Your Instagram post sold this video! It’s soooooooo perfectly fitted, I haven’t even finished the video but I KNOW you nailed it. Also gurllllll, your earrings are always in point! Really appreciate the sample size of testers you went through to test the kit hahaha

  • 100 years ago people were strong because they actually worked instead of playing with kindergarten balls. You know, like living in the real world.

  • I’m 58 at 5ft 8inh 220 lbs don’t really work out like I should and I don’t look too bad. People think I workout. I’m not cut up but that’s my fault.

  • I’m 60 and I can build muscle (healthy eating and lifestyle are a must) it’s just a lot harder to do and you have to maintain a strong baseline to prevent losing it. I guess if you want to build it fast then you have to look at ‘supliments’ etc

  • Man i always played football/soccer until i was 35 and was slim. Once i retired i noticed i put weight on alot faster around my middle so i started lifting weights at home fairly religiously ever other day and was suprised how quickly i bulked up. Way i see it legs are shot now use my arms for next half of life ��

  • Brother, for the average man over 35, not competing, this is not for them. Also, what I learned, about working out too hard after a certain age, it causes you to have an increase chance of getting arthritis. Yes, we should still work out and stay in shape, but not extremely, unless you plan on competing.

  • Awesome motivation! This video maked me feel better, Sr. You are a good man God bless you!! greetings from guadalajara jalisco Mexico.

  • He changed his dietary and conditioning habits,….plus trained for a muscular and athletic look… In my opinion the 3 films he looked at his best,…..Rambo 3,….Rambo 2…..Rocky 4……

  • His lack of ability to commit to the cause is exactly right. If you go in 6 days a week your going to see results. I’m 34 and I’m excited and focused.

  • Awesome video! older guys will spend more time and money or their lawn or car than their own body only one body; once that body fails the lawn, car, house, career none of it will matter.

  • Im in better shape at 30 and stronger then i ever was in my 20’s. Obviously that’s not 35, but my understanding of nutrition, health and excercise, has empirically shown that that statement ic conplete BS. The supplement industry wants you to take synthetic hormones, and big Pharma benefits from this type of bullshit. You can be in phenominal shape, well into your 60’s and even further, if you apply nutrion and excercise correctly. Diet balances hormones and thr correct nutrients and minerals will natrually boost your testosterone. This type of nonsense runs rampid in the fitness world.

  • I wonder how our ancestors could have maintained their healthy physique without the 21st-century artificial growth hormones. I believe the diet is the key.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9Egu6Clef4
    The Reason Pre 1960’s Bodybuilders Didn’t Use Steroids -Straight Facts

  • I am 39. Just started my gym workout from May 1st 2020 and I have done workouts according to your videos and I lost almost 11Kilos and I can see my abs very clearly, that too with natural foods. No supplements like vitamin or even protein powder. But I used to drink milk, eat 4-6 boiled eggs, lean meat, fish like salmon, vegetables, avocados, apple and other fruits (in very small quantities every day). I avoided sugary foods (strictly), fried items etc. I think I will have 6 pack in another 3-4 months from now. That too only watching your videos and doing gym workout at home. So any one can get lean, muscle body but need to work hard. No short cut please!!!

  • 39 here and still gaining muscle and performing better on long runs without supplements so yeah. Bollocks that you need extra! Also more over the top Jessy intro’s please

  • Hey Bob, dude I want to send you a progress pic of me. I’m 46 and 6 percent bodyfat.Ive put on 12lbs of solid muscle on a carnivore diet. Love your channel man.

  • I think your missing the most important point! Stallone was broke up until 79!!!!! He made zero from Rocky until his point’s were re adjusted. And got really rich. So does it not make sense that he probably had full time chefs nutrionisists etc etc on his payroll added to his immense fortitude no wonder he got in proper shape.

  • These ppl who consistently accuse others of juicing are the laziest ones of all. I’m 25 and until I started watching Jeff’s videos I always thought I needed roids to look good, then I watched Jessie’s progress and appreciated how long it took him to put on muscle even with Jeff’s personal guidance. Thanks to that I’ve been consistent for a year and a half and so thankful for this channel. Thanks Jeff and Jessie!

  • Totally agree with your video Jeff! I’m 33 and I’ve never been more fit, muscled and in shape as now, and I know that I’ll still be like this for many years. People like that moron are the crabs in the bucket trying to pull everyone down. Society tries to make men believe we are done after 30, and it’s quite the opposite, I’ve never been as successful and confident as I am right now. Keep rocking and keep kicking those losers’ asses. All the best!

  • You can build muscle at 40. It’s just harder to do than if you were 18. I think part of this is the ability to repair muscle after tearing it down, and the ability to exercise intensely enough. Both of these get harder as you get older. As you get older your body becomes more alkaline. Dr Berg recommends acidic foods to stop muscle degeneration and saggyness (i.e., chicken wings and butt) in old age.

  • 100 years ago people were strong because they actually worked instead of playing with kindergarten balls. You know, like living in the real world.

  • I’m 49 yrs. Old. 5’8″ & 140-145 lbs. Strong sought yet never grew in size. Yet September 2019 i started taking specific vitamins before bed and waking up to another. And my muscles are now growing been told such even by others. My metabolism is still way high so my weight is still in same area. Yet im not looking for fat. Only muscle and that’s what im getting. Also with certain stretches to my spine have opened me up to being a bit taller.

  • You live a “boring life?” Tragically, too many people think boring and intelligent are synonyms. To the intelligent, interesting things are everywhere.

  • Can anyone guide me,how frequent you have to train each muscle per week,at the age of 35 years.Is it once a week or twice a week(biceps/triceps)twice a week?

  • You can build muscle at 40. It’s just harder to do than if you were 18. I think part of this is the ability to repair muscle after tearing it down, and the ability to exercise intensely enough. Both of these get harder as you get older. As you get older your body becomes more alkaline. Dr Berg recommends acidic foods to stop muscle degeneration and saggyness (i.e., chicken wings and butt) in old age.

  • yes im 49, still hitting it like i was 25 in the gym, not recovering as fast sometimes but i feel the same, never stop going to the gym!, helps with stress,confidence,depression, etc, you know!!

  • This is such a Great Video. I just came across it and also Subscribed to your Channel. I’ve been following Stallone back when he did Deathrace 2000 and Lords of Flatbush. After he made Rocky his next movie was F.I.S.T. The first half of that movie was shot in my Hometown of Dubuque, Ia. He has always been such a Inspiration to me. I’m 61 years old and workout all the time. I’m actually in the best shape of my Life. Can’t get enough of Stallone. The guy just keeps moving forward. Thanks again for the Great Video!!

  • Well I guess the workout days are over then because I want to give blood during this mess we have now and the Red Cross won’t take blood from people who do this (at least that’s true if I read the questionnaire right)

  • Don’t allow folks like Professor Dickweed bother you. Heck, just proves that your house is bigger, (using your analogy)!
    I’m 53 and in the best shape of my life, but only after learning at age 46 that I was in health trouble from the doc, which was the best news ever! In 6-7 years since, I’ve been ridiculously disciplined in my diet and exercise. Ex, haven’t eaten anything unhealthy (cakes, donuts, processed foods) in 1.5 years. I also get alot of pointers from your channel, but I lean more towards running/cardio, but avoiding getting that frail runners body. At 53, I have so many people daily come up to me for pointers that are in their 20’s-60’s on how to get vascular arms, which mine are crazy vainy, muscle gain, and healthy eating. I love it and it drives me! My answer to them, first it takes patience, dedication, and consistency, which most people do not have!

  • Don’t allow folks like Professor Dickweed bother you. Heck, just proves that your house is bigger, (using your analogy)!
    I’m 53 and in the best shape of my life, but only after learning at age 46 that I was in health trouble from the doc, which was the best news ever! In 6-7 years since, I’ve been ridiculously disciplined in my diet and exercise. Ex, haven’t eaten anything unhealthy (cakes, donuts, processed foods) in 1.5 years. I also get alot of pointers from your channel, but I lean more towards running/cardio, but avoiding getting that frail runners body. At 53, I have so many people daily come up to me for pointers that are in their 20’s-60’s on how to get vascular arms, which mine are crazy vainy, muscle gain, and healthy eating. I love it and it drives me! My answer to them, first it takes patience, dedication, and consistency, which most people do not have!

  • Man i always played football/soccer until i was 35 and was slim. Once i retired i noticed i put weight on alot faster around my middle so i started lifting weights at home fairly religiously ever other day and was suprised how quickly i bulked up. Way i see it legs are shot now use my arms for next half of life ��

  • Maybe. Got tested. 190 total test. 7 free test. No matter how hard I trained or focused on diet, I continued to decline. That’s my story. Everyone is different.

  • Man, you are an inspiration! No one can bring that down. I’m 37/38 years and since I start to watch your videos I have been increasing my vital energy and to build some muscles. I am not so committed as you are because i like to rock’n’roll my ways of living. Doesn’t have a family, lonely wolf and really like to get high and party with women and stuff but I can say here that you changed my life for better, way better. So much science and stuff that make someone perceive that we all can change for bette and that’s because of this Jeff that I can say to you, from all of my heart. Thank you dude. You are fuckin awesome. I am your fan.

  • I am 58p,and I hate my body.I was a fit martial artist and athlete in my younger body.I miss being able to do the things I could do.Life has become a constant reminder of my decline.I will take my life on my 60th Birthday.I will go, knowing that I will leave my loved ones provided for.I did my best. ��

  • OMG, I was “religiously” listening to the speech when @ 5:00 the subtitle asking for If I disagreed with “Dickweed” made me laugh my ass off and couldn’t stop anymore… I usually never write any comments but this time I had to. Man, I totally understand your statement but this punch line came such as a surprise. It was really good. You should try to make some one-man shows. Anyways thanks for all the advice you freely give us.
    Keep them coming, you rock!

  • After stopping drinking and tapering down at 38 by 39 I got chiseled and a 6 pack. You have to maintain and continue to build up on weights but you don’t need salesman’s therapies

  • Really best motivational fitness speech I’ve ever heard, thnx a lot coach, I knew since ever that getting fit doesn’t need to be by HRT, but me aging and not be able to change was so depressing, but now after that i hope this is the changing moment, thnx again.

  • I’m 60 and I can build muscle (healthy eating and lifestyle are a must) it’s just a lot harder to do and you have to maintain a strong baseline to prevent losing it. I guess if you want to build it fast then you have to look at ‘supliments’ etc

  • I don’t have what a gym does so jugs and bucket with sand & gravel are my weights yet im using your exercises with what I have and im feeling a difference looking it to in a very short time. Thank You

  • Hey I just started making warzone videos and am trying to grow my YT channel and would be appreciate so much if you guys could subscribe to me and like my new video.

  • I am forthy and got the opposite problem. I train much bjj and I become too big in my eyes. Never been more muscular, only on this channel to tone down and train those neglected muscles.

  • Been working out since i was 21. I just turned 53 and have more lean muscle mass than at any point in my life. It requires dedication in nutrition diet and exercise. Point is some people simply can’t do it! Period!

  • After stopping drinking and tapering down at 38 by 39 I got chiseled and a 6 pack. You have to maintain and continue to build up on weights but you don’t need salesman’s therapies

  • I wonder how our ancestors could have maintained their healthy physique without the 21st-century artificial growth hormones. I believe the diet is the key.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9Egu6Clef4
    The Reason Pre 1960’s Bodybuilders Didn’t Use Steroids -Straight Facts

  • Hey Ron hope you’re doing well I don’t know if you remember but we have spoke about the same thing one time over the phone you are correct in that you can work out the same but I learned that you have to go slowly for me I think is very important Mobility being that the body at 35 after 35 it’s a little more difficult to move sofa me Mobility is very important it helps you do your exercises better but yes you can do what you done in the early years I am an example of that that I no longer take medication for diabetes in very little blood pressure medication being away from meds there’s also an improvement to help hope to talk to you soon God bless and peace!!!

  • I’m 37 and started working out seriously 4-6 days a week and I’m in better shape than I’ve ever been. Definitely have more muscle than I have since high school.

  • Hey guys, I am just starting out on YouTube. I am highly motivated and I enjoy helping people. What you will see is every day people, working hard, making mistakes, and growing stronger together. Please like, comment, and subscribe. It will cost you nothing for your support and it will be greatly appreciated ��
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPMaI5lsRagw7IhlaNRFNtA

  • Man it seems like the whole country’s friggin nuts nobody can do just the middle of something it’s either got to do nothing or too much when it comes to our bodies when it comes to our opinions somebody just do something in moderation what did everyone drink too much fluoride man fortnite has really ruined all your minds

  • Hey, I’m 12 and I resonate strongly with CJ. I myself LOVE to workout, and after a lot of experience training alongside other children of my age, I can say that if the kid is willing to work out on their own accord, it’s perfectly fine for them to workout 1, 1 and a half hours a day. Geesh, eating junk food and gaming all day’s fine and now working out is a problem?

  • I’m 10 years old rn and man just kids/people like him are what keeps me going and have my chin up!!! I have an improving 6 pack and biceps and triceps like his and whoever is reading this I don’t know if you do this if you workout even people older than me I always put on some good ass songs, music, and rap I listen to the coffin dance or the best rapper I’d say Roddy ricch!!! ������

  • Nice to see a forthcoming response to the comments made �� I’m 30 yrs old and I’m 30 lbs heavier than I was when I was a 19 yr old ripped body builder.
    It’s not because of age, it’s because I’m settled down, married and enjoy crappy food XD anyone who shares the opinions this guy put forward is likely in a similar position.
    It’s all about how much you’re consciously putting into it.

    I started a 22 day challenge a week ago and already I’m seeing micro changes in my body and how I feel, older guys out there getting good results power to you man! ��

  • C’mon, guys! When appears a kid with ABS, the people say:
    “Geez! Is not a life for a kid, it’s unhealthy!”
    But now, kids who eats junk foods ALL day and have a lazy day ALL day, the people say:
    “Ah, what a cute kid! He’s so healthy!”
    Please guys, let’s be honest!

  • Change To non processed,get a group of meals that are easy to do,baked potatoes beans,scrambled eggs,pasta (not too much,)porridge breakfast or bran or other healthy series,salad sandwiches etc at lunch,then just add bits to it,it’s really easy and eat fruit during day,

  • All good info! What i lack is motivation to get that summer body, but ive been doing alot better since i started to follow you guys:)

  • This channel has been so helpful! You guys have been helping me stay motivated and on track with my workouts while learning so many things! I can’t thank you enough, I’ll always fight to stay in shape thanks to you!

  • Just watched the video, Sounds very encouraging. I’m 58 and I need to get in shape. I want to get healthy for me, for my family especially for my grandsons. I want to get healthy to see them grow up into fine young men. I’ll have alot of questions to ask. any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks again.

  • Instructions unclear. How much am I suppose to spend on these dietary pills with fishy smell, which some guy in a lab suit promised will help me “TORCH CALORIES?”

  • interesting subject to cover, the fact that this video is broken into four straightforward and comprehensive is helpful, 30 days focus and weighing down the gains and losses is a great approach to fitness.

  • Jeff, I just wanna say thanks.

    I was browsing through your videos, looking for something new to learn or to watch out for (or discover more of my own red flags lol) when I saw the title of this video. Immediately I thought, damn. I was mortified. The reason I was upset was because I trust everything you say (maybe that’s a bad thing? but I do), so in my mind this was 100% true. I felt so bad because I had just gotten off the phone with my mom, who’s in her 50s (I think…) and I recommended your videos to her for her lower back pain. I told her to work on her abs and her glutes, and gave her easy exercises to start with. Seeing that people over 35 can’t gain muscle sunk my heart.

    Then I watched the video, and felt instant relief. I don’t know why I instantly believed the title of the video, again, maybe that’s just a testament to how good your other videos are. Putting science behind each one really earns you that respect. Needless to say, I felt dumb for believing it (if I read the comment I probably wouldn’t have been so quick to believe, in my defense lol), and really glad that I could continue to help my mom with her pains.

    I’ve been binging a lot of your videos lately. I’m pretty skinny, it’s hard for me to put on weight, but seeing your stuff has given me confidence! Knowing what muscles do and how they work, how they connect, and even their names, gives me this sense of empowerment. I recently started Xero. I’m 2 degrees below! But I’m powering through my first week. 20 sets of 1, not 1 set of 20.

    So thanks again!
    Thanks for making this video, it really shows how much you care about your audience. Keep up the amazing work. You fucking rock.

  • One sees many overweight older men and some that are way too thin, too. They need to do something but I am not sure that early morning gym or running is way to go, at that age. One retires for a reason and it’s usually not to get up at some ungodly hour to do more futile, hard, uncomfortable boring work, after wasting one’s entire life on such shit. Unless you happen to be a masochist who gets into this kind of thing or enjoys the young millennials gym scene they are so into. I’m not. There has got to be a better, more convenient less costly and time wasting, more productive or pleasant way to get fit and trim. Watching how much of what goes into your mouth is an obvious start. It takes care of the slim and trim part of the equation. There’s no escaping the reality that you get fat because you eat too much of the wrong stuff or you are too skinny because you don’t eat enough and correctly. As for the firming up and getting fit, well, I am female, but my tricks can also be adapted by males to suit their male lifestyles. About a year ago, I ditched gym and won’t be returning to it voluntarily. It’s too boring and such a waste of lifetime and it did nothing for my waist. Instead, I became more aware of all my daily movement. How much O did of what, how, what it entailed and I began to turn everyday physical chores into a chance to exercise, by doing the movements in a very deliberate way, to get maximum physical training value out of them eg bending to pick up things on the floor? Bend from waist, keep knees straight. Gives good stretchThere are many others. Then I began to group jobs I needed to do, so, on a daily basis, I could get a nice balance of stretching, aerobic and weight bearing exercise. Building things and outdoors yard and garden jobs are great for this eg carrying rocks, bricks etc to build things makes great weight training. If one brick is too light, challenge yourself carrying more at a time. Aerobics is easy to do. Forget driving every where. Or taking the lift in the office. Just walk or jog to wherever you need to be in everyday life. Need some wild etc to do some job? No worries. Save on petrol. Jog down to the hardware shop, pick some up and jog back home. Aerobics done for the day. Apart from attention to normal productive everyday very physical chores done in a very deliberate, conscious way that increases their fitness value, you may need a bit of extra fun in retirement, meet people etc. There are many good physical hobbies for varying levels of fitness and social interaction to achieve fitness without tears. Dancing of any kind is great. Some men(women, too) enjoy doing battle with the sea eg surfing, swimming, sailing etc, all pretty physical activities. And then there’s all the usual sports like tennis etc, one of which is bound to appeal and suit your fitness level eg golf, if you are not very fit, as you can just walk around nice scenery, occasionally trying to hit a ball, chat with your mates in between….Any of these things are more fun than boring old gym which it is hard to get motivated to do and keep up because it is not fun, not at all enjoyable. One has to accept the No Pain No Gain principle and that fitness will involve some discomfort. But, it can be minimised and be more efficient eg why do something at some ungodly hour eg gym or jogging at 5am on a cold wintry morning, when you could play a game of Aussie Rules football with young boys of an afternoon and just sleep in of a morning and still get the exercise benefits, if you hate getting up early eg because you had to do hard physical blue collar work all your life, that typically requires a very early morning start? No need. Retirement is not to just keep on slaving away and hating it. I found the best way to keep fit will always involve an element of fun, to motivate you to keep going, keep on keeping on, by eating right and moving the body right. I hear rowing boats or canoes is great for lower back pain relief some older men (women, too) need. Well, you could get bored doing reps on the gym rowing machine. But why use some gym machine, like the rowing machine or bicycles or treadmills etc that merely imitate the real thing, when you could do the real thing eg get on your bike and ride, run up some hill nearby, get into your little dinghy you ow own or hire and row out somewhere and try to catch a fish or simply take your girlfriend out on your boat and row away, to show off your newly acquired muscles from rowing practise for her to admire. Aske her to do a bit of rowing, too, when you want a rest. If she refused to get in the boat or share the rowing, you’ll know immediately if she is good girlfriend material for you or not, especially if you look at her chubby arms and suggest they could do with a bit of firming and toning up and you have the perfect exercise to achieve that for girls like her, with fat arms. Get in the dinghy or canoe and help row it. If she gets miffed and insulted at such a suggestion that her arms are fat, she is obviously too ultra thin skinned and definitely not good GF material. In which case, seek another female or male mate or simply row alone, but make sure you wear your safety vest, know what you’redoing eg your waters and how-to survive any water dangers you might get into eg storms etcand someone knows where you have gone and when you expect to be back, in case something happens to you and they have to help you. Gym is safer and probably more sociable if you like being among hordes of millennials working out, though they seldom say much, maybe just smile or nod, if friendly. But, doing the real thing is much better because, often, you can also be outdoors and get the added benefits of fresh air for good lungs, sunlight for vitamin D and good bones and you may meet interesting people as you exercise eg taking your dog for a run and s few park games retrieving sticks etc. You can’t take Rover into the gym with you to do a few reps on the machines there. Also, doing the real activity outside the imitation gym one is mentally beneficial because, although it can involve competition eg a game, or race etc, this will typically be friendly, healthy, fun competition. Unlike in gyms, where many overweight or too skinny people dare not be seen in peak hours because they feel ashamed of their shape or low fitness level. It can be pretty off-putting when you stack a tiny weight on your machine and then along comes some ultra fit patron who casually stacks huge weights on his and then looks at you with your pathetically small one. Or the very fit with perfect bodies strut around, acting like they are not interested in anybody else’s body, but they are secretly and enviously checking out their rivals’ physique. Women do this, too…. Often it also involves wearing the latest trend exclusive gym fashions… It’s a real typical ugly competitive millennials feminist bitches scene….The gym is just another scene to act it out on. You want fitness,minus this crap scene, which is why it is more fun and far better value and more rewarding if you find better ways to get fit. It can be done and I proved this. I also know of formerly very fat girls who slimmed down and got fit by simply Turing their kitchen into a mini gym astheyeotked in it, doing the usual domestic chores, including cooking delectable but now more healthy calorie controlled meals as they exercised doing it. Eg the recipe calls for “Add 2 eggs” So they do 10 little on the spot jumps,, add one egg, 10 more jumps, add the next one. Silky little things like that, often with pop music playing on radio to move to. One girl lost a ton of weight, no gym or early morning unpleasant, dangerous jogging in parks etc where one can get mugged or even murdered. By just doing silky simple things like “kitchen gym”. Benches make good balletbarres, doorways are great for stretching the spine and doing arm exercises perfectly well balanced and measured. The fridge is for resistance training, pushing against it as you tell yourself “I resist temptation to stop this activity, open fridge door and eat any goodies I can find inside”. This girl told me you get double the exercise doing this one. Not just doing your body, but also your brain, training it to be stronger and resist temptation to how into any good, any time….She never needed Jenny Craig or other weight reduction clinics.All achieved in her tiny apartment’s little kitchen “gym”. The best part, she told me, was having nobody see her transforming into a beautiful butterfly out of a former face stuffing caterpillar she said she used to be. Though she did install s long mirror behind the kitchen door, to watch her body change shape. She never used scales because these can be demoralising. Every 10 kilos or one dress size she dropped, she would reward herself with something she loved and she said she could afford it now that she did not waste so much money on special diet foods, diet clubs, gyms etc to try to get slim.

  • I’ve tried making a bodice block before and failed miserably. I might give it a go again with the Wendy approved link. Thanks for re-inspiring me!!

  • When he gained all that weight, I couldn’t help but wonder how overweight, or obese people function. I’m 48, and contemplating entering and competing in a bikini competition. I’m glad muscle has memory, because in my 20’s my triceps, deltoids, and quads were so gorgeous.
    I had a wonderful physique.
    So, absolutely it is possible to have gains when you’re older.

  • That guy should not make assumptions, if your testosterone levels are good you can build muscle at any age, but if they are low your going to struggle, get a blood test see how hard your road is a head, it you need TRT talk to a TRT expert and do what you need to do but don’t throw out accusations with no proof

  • Kai Greene, 45. Jay Cutler, 46, Mike O’hearn, 51, Serge Nubret in pumping iron, 39, Ed Corney in pumping iron, 45. ME, 38, in better shape than I ever was in my teens and 20s. Most people you see in their late 30s+ you have to remember, they probably barely exercised and most likely drank and smoked lots or maybe still do and probably eat garbage every day. So don’t go off what the average person couldn’t achieve because they were lazy and greedy. Man I see 40 year olds that look beat up.

  • LOL… I’m 58… building muscle, including advice from this channel. It’s more about effort, unless you have some medical issue with testosterone levels. Work hard enough, your body starts producing more testosterone. When you have a popular channel you will inevitably draw stalkers, trolls, and haters…. they come from a place of envy.

  • I disagree strongly. It depends largely on genetic outcomes, which are greatly affected by what you did from late teen yrs consistently and persistently. At the age of 45 I came 6th in a world kyokushin full contact tournament and I knew that 20 odd years of bodyb and discipline made me Wat I am. The second one is FOOD! TO be honest it’s after the age of 45 I recommend testosterone to my male pts. Thirdly muscle memory is connected to the solar plexus 3rd brain so muscle stimulus is well retained. So no Jeff I disagree…

  • This is such a Great Video. I just came across it and also Subscribed to your Channel. I’ve been following Stallone back when he did Deathrace 2000 and Lords of Flatbush. After he made Rocky his next movie was F.I.S.T. The first half of that movie was shot in my Hometown of Dubuque, Ia. He has always been such a Inspiration to me. I’m 61 years old and workout all the time. I’m actually in the best shape of my Life. Can’t get enough of Stallone. The guy just keeps moving forward. Thanks again for the Great Video!!

  • I really can’t get with guys that cuss and use the F-word. It seems to me like it’s forced in the hip thing to do really turns me off.

  • No carbs needed!! Red meat only!! Beef liver,eggs,salmon,electrolytes, magnesium, potassium, all citrates!! Redmans sea salt 3 tablespoons a day for me!! 59 & feel very strong & great!! Plants are poisonous!! We humans are carnivores!!!

  • Damn I’m over 60 and is in better shape than most 20 something. Do easy 10 reps on 315 squats multiple times. Reps on bench press 225 easy. Why do you talk with me like I’m a 90year old?

  • Can you please start including facts for women in your videos? It would be helpful when you are giving tips or talking about diets if you add in how it applies to women too. Thank you!

  • Hey man, big fan here. Just some suggestions for your videos:
    1. Set up a studio for doing videos
    2. Invest in equipment like better cameras, microphones, etc.
    3. Use and learn better editing software like premiere, etc.

    Just wanna see your channel blow up dude. Keep at it!

  • beautiful manStrausswell donewhen this quarantine is overwould love you to come out to U Conn country to work out with usAshford Fitness Society on fb. Our oldest member is 96;)

  • I never ever comment on anything. However this one deserves a comment. Cause I’m 39 years old and I haven’t done strong drugs apart from supplements. And I have my muscles still with me. I do believe that this guy doesn’t know much about discipline and hard training. Thanks for sharing it.

  • Having that much extra weight on his frame, if he was doing prolonged fasting, his system would have been cranking out crazy amounts of stem cells.

  • D’fuq outta here… You’re really just pointing out how GEAR has evolved over the years and how good it is now. Nothing natural bout this fkr!

  • I agree, you are never too old to start training or get your life back on track.

    Just don’t care about what society tells you, do your own thing and become the best version of yourself. ��

  • There’s a website where u can put your measurements and the pattern is automatically built. They also have blog posts how to a change the basic pattern to make different type of clothing. It’s just 2 dollars and I’ve been using this one for most of the stuff I’ve created. The only problem is it’s on russian but I wish ppl will do the same on English ❤️

  • Ye, admitted steroid user massive growth user and unlimited funds. Not your typical 66 year old. Great example of what can be achieved with his commitment and cash. Unfortunately unobtainable for 90%.

  • Instructions unclear. How much am I suppose to spend on these dietary pills with fishy smell, which some guy in a lab suit promised will help me “TORCH CALORIES?”

  • I’m 37 and started working out seriously 4-6 days a week and I’m in better shape than I’ve ever been. Definitely have more muscle than I have since high school.

  • I argued for 30 minutes with a salesman at my door a month ago that I was the head of my household; i even showed him my ID and he didn’t believe me.

  • Great video Bob!!!! I’m in my 40’s… and would love you to get me ripped!! I have a big story to tell…. can we talk over email about a program! My email is [email protected] yahoo.com!!
    Would love too see where I can take my future!!!! Hope to hear back bro!!!! ����������

  • This CEO doesn’t have to go to work at the Office, so as we are working hard making dip sh!t here look good, he’s working out at the Gym. Also screw all your co-worker wives while the’re at work., sex burns cals

  • Let’s start with be a bloodsucking CEO which lives on the backs of people doing 10 12 14 hours of stressfull work for him so that he can have the money to buy nutriscious food and supplements and the time and energy to workout and have a relaxed 8-10 hour sleep…

  • Just ran 20 miles at 52,woukd be 4.26 marathon,have been training consistently for two years,first tip be consistent,second tip when you get to stage where you are out of breath try to manage your reaction to stop,it gets easier,it’s literally fight or flight your body goes in to panic mode.to do with neurological system going back to caveman,heart rate increases,making panic mode worse,xxx make sure you take advice,I am not a doctor or coach xxxx

  • This is bullshit. I’m 38 and I still build muscle, even after a military related injury which caused me to lose muscle for a few years. The only reason you need TRT is if you are a low t beta male or your balls got blown off.

  • A perfect posting, just the right length and full of information regarding the topic. Some people would make this last half an hour and I wouldn’t bother clicking on. Thanks guys.

  • I really can’t get with guys that cuss and use the F-word. It seems to me like it’s forced in the hip thing to do really turns me off.

  • Lol…he got in shape just like all of the celebs do…by taking gear and keeping it quiet while saying how hard they work and how much dry chicken and broccoli they eat….
    it’s not magic…to look like Sly when you are 50+ you take LOTS of Testosterone and other PED’s. (and THEN do your workouts….)

  • First thing you said wrong was lean protein fat helps you not be hungry helps you go longer without eating re-read your knowledge again listen to Eric Berg

  • 1. Be a CEO who has all the time and money to devote to fitness and the best diet….unlike anyone under Upper Middle Class.
    Step 2. Repeat step one while claiming “anyone can do it”

  • Just ran 20 miles at 52,woukd be 4.26 marathon,have been training consistently for two years,first tip be consistent,second tip when you get to stage where you are out of breath try to manage your reaction to stop,it gets easier,it’s literally fight or flight your body goes in to panic mode.to do with neurological system going back to caveman,heart rate increases,making panic mode worse,xxx make sure you take advice,I am not a doctor or coach xxxx

  • It sounds like your view of men in their 60s is a bit patronising. Not all of us are debilitated in some way, lack fitness or flexibility.

  • I would say he was natural until the late 80’s… even his physique in Rocky IV and Rambo 2 he said in his book he was around 170 lbs… that’s not very big. When you watch behind the scenes for Rambo 2 for example, he actually looks small, just very lean….if he’s 5’9 5′ 10″ or so and only 170 ish that’s not very big at all for that height. Franco Columbu was 190 at 5’4. It’s obvious
    Stallone pumps up before actually filming scenes just like bodybuilders would do before going on stage

  • There is a weird bunch of black people sitting behind the older reporter. And by weird I mean looks like the wrong audience for this kind of a show.

  • I’m 49 yrs. Old. 5’8″ & 140-145 lbs. Strong sought yet never grew in size. Yet September 2019 i started taking specific vitamins before bed and waking up to another. And my muscles are now growing been told such even by others. My metabolism is still way high so my weight is still in same area. Yet im not looking for fat. Only muscle and that’s what im getting. Also with certain stretches to my spine have opened me up to being a bit taller.

  • I don’t want all these muscles,but training to run marathon under 4 hours when 60,8 years to go,in fairness he speaks a lot of sense

  • He changed his dietary and conditioning habits,….plus trained for a muscular and athletic look… In my opinion the 3 films he looked at his best,…..Rambo 3,….Rambo 2…..Rocky 4……

  • Maybe. Got tested. 190 total test. 7 free test. No matter how hard I trained or focused on diet, I continued to decline. That’s my story. Everyone is different.

  • He was talking about statistics,
    It is a well known fact that older you get the harder it gets to build your overall muscle.
    Not outright impossible but if you wanna look good, the earlier you start. the better in a long run.
    Unless you over do it of course.

  • I am 39. Just started my gym workout from May 1st 2020 and I have done workouts according to your videos and I lost almost 11Kilos and I can see my abs very clearly, that too with natural foods. No supplements like vitamin or even protein powder. But I used to drink milk, eat 4-6 boiled eggs, lean meat, fish like salmon, vegetables, avocados, apple and other fruits (in very small quantities every day). I avoided sugary foods (strictly), fried items etc. I think I will have 6 pack in another 3-4 months from now. That too only watching your videos and doing gym workout at home. So any one can get lean, muscle body but need to work hard. No short cut please!!!

  • I watch all your videos and use your technique. Keep it up I much appreciate it. I’ll be 50 this year. Sure I slacked off here and there. I do construction so it’s not like I’m sitting in an office. Just want to thank you again

  • Im in better shape at 30 and stronger then i ever was in my 20’s. Obviously that’s not 35, but my understanding of nutrition, health and excercise, has empirically shown that that statement ic conplete BS. The supplement industry wants you to take synthetic hormones, and big Pharma benefits from this type of bullshit. You can be in phenominal shape, well into your 60’s and even further, if you apply nutrion and excercise correctly. Diet balances hormones and thr correct nutrients and minerals will natrually boost your testosterone. This type of nonsense runs rampid in the fitness world.

  • Beer has nutritional value. (Hops, barley, calories). Food has zero beer value. So that means we should be pounding beers all day and don’t worry eating bad food just drink good beer!

  • Lol big Sly fan but I’m not delusional…. this guy has been on the gear since rocky 3 an you can tell…in rocky 4 he looked Tren out of his mind.. so let’s be 100… the guy hung out w/ bodybuilder on a dailyyyy.. worked out with them but took nothing….lmao a few years back he was caught w/ roids….. love the guy to death but he is only inspiration for the Saucers not the naturals

  • I’m 58 at 5ft 8inh 220 lbs don’t really work out like I should and I don’t look too bad. People think I workout. I’m not cut up but that’s my fault.

  • These ppl who consistently accuse others of juicing are the laziest ones of all. I’m 25 and until I started watching Jeff’s videos I always thought I needed roids to look good, then I watched Jessie’s progress and appreciated how long it took him to put on muscle even with Jeff’s personal guidance. Thanks to that I’ve been consistent for a year and a half and so thankful for this channel. Thanks Jeff and Jessie!

  • Totally agree with your video Jeff! I’m 33 and I’ve never been more fit, muscled and in shape as now, and I know that I’ll still be like this for many years. People like that moron are the crabs in the bucket trying to pull everyone down. Society tries to make men believe we are done after 30, and it’s quite the opposite, I’ve never been as successful and confident as I am right now. Keep rocking and keep kicking those losers’ asses. All the best!

  • This is good trick of back in shape. I am so happy of your method. I am very impressed of your hot to get back in shape. Thanks for sharing this video.

  • 67!!!! Started working at Home Depot in deliveries. That is loading up orders for contractors. 80 lb bags of concrete, 20′ 2×6’s, 2×8’s, up to 2×12’s, Cabinets and really a house. 16,000 to 20,000 steps a day. I still lift 2 days a week, stretch every day. I have been a trainer, I have hired trainers, and I subscribed to your channel. Oh I have 3 herniated disc in my Lumbar back area. My right leg is numb and I limp. I WON’T ALWAYS! Getting better every day. Peace!

  • Really best motivational fitness speech I’ve ever heard, thnx a lot coach, I knew since ever that getting fit doesn’t need to be by HRT, but me aging and not be able to change was so depressing, but now after that i hope this is the changing moment, thnx again.

  • You live a “boring life?” Tragically, too many people think boring and intelligent are synonyms. To the intelligent, interesting things are everywhere.

  • The Guy who accused you is simply a lazy badass. Stay cool bra! You are a master with over 10M subscribers. You don’t need to take these shitty comments seriously.

  • Sooooo fake i saw you and aculite n tom with stodeh talking about it 3 days ago…. U play good but don’t spout bullshit like that

  • i am 56 years old and i have an asthma do you think i can get into shape what are the. categories to build my body into shape?

  • I turned 40 2 weeks ago. Iv been working out 5 days a week since last November minus the time the gym was closed due to covid. I was 125 lbs. now I’m 145 lbs of muscle. This is the best shape iv been in in my life.

  • its easy for me couple of years back but now its little bit tough.but your video and the suggestions are too good to get a good shape.

  • Unless you are a professional bodybuilder. You should be happy with how much natural muscle you can build. People forget, we exercise for health not for show.

  • Unless you are a professional bodybuilder. You should be happy with how much natural muscle you can build. People forget, we exercise for health not for show.

  • that was indeed bunch of BS. im 39 and this year ive been able to grow more muscle than ever in this 4 year journey by working out AT HOME with just dumbells and rubber bands and my own weight. Ive been using methods and tricks ive learned from this channels. Thank you guys at the Athlean-X!!

  • His lack of ability to commit to the cause is exactly right. If you go in 6 days a week your going to see results. I’m 34 and I’m excited and focused.

  • Man, you are an inspiration! No one can bring that down. I’m 37/38 years and since I start to watch your videos I have been increasing my vital energy and to build some muscles. I am not so committed as you are because i like to rock’n’roll my ways of living. Doesn’t have a family, lonely wolf and really like to get high and party with women and stuff but I can say here that you changed my life for better, way better. So much science and stuff that make someone perceive that we all can change for bette and that’s because of this Jeff that I can say to you, from all of my heart. Thank you dude. You are fuckin awesome. I am your fan.

  • LOL… I’m 58… building muscle, including advice from this channel. It’s more about effort, unless you have some medical issue with testosterone levels. Work hard enough, your body starts producing more testosterone. When you have a popular channel you will inevitably draw stalkers, trolls, and haters…. they come from a place of envy.

  • hi, i have some criticisms that i will talk about. however, i also generally like what you are saying!!
    1) raising metabolism this has to be one of the most incorrect but widely accepted statements. so much so that i think 99% of the people would agree with it. and people who are out of shape can indeed have had their metabolisms slowed down. but the goal is not to increase the metabolism. for the most part, the goal is to have a slow metabolism, if you want to live a longer life. but you want a fast digestive system and a fast elimination system. and that comes from a good diet, proper sleep, and many of the other things that you talked about. or to put it more succinctly, keeping the body in balance. because the ultimate goal is to get your body to perform in the way that it wants to perform. each body has its differences.

    2) killer shape i cant tell what the rest of your body looks like, but your biceps are huge for a person of your size. so i hope that you are not defining “killer shape” as some sort of idea about having muscle. testosterone and fast-twitch muscle have everything to do with how much muscle a guy can put on. (a girl, as well). so i would say that the goal for hormones is to bring that level back to the point that one’s body was made to perform at.

  • OMG, I was “religiously” listening to the speech when @ 5:00 the subtitle asking for If I disagreed with “Dickweed” made me laugh my ass off and couldn’t stop anymore… I usually never write any comments but this time I had to. Man, I totally understand your statement but this punch line came such as a surprise. It was really good. You should try to make some one-man shows. Anyways thanks for all the advice you freely give us.
    Keep them coming, you rock!

  • Testosterone levels drops by 10% every 10 years starting from 30, so if you just start working out at 60 you still would gain muscle, but 30-40% slower that you would’ve have at 20.

  • Good advice dude.I workout at home 7 days a week and I’m in my 40’s.Some younger men think
    I’m too old work out and build up my muscles even thou I’m not.

  • I don’t have what a gym does so jugs and bucket with sand & gravel are my weights yet im using your exercises with what I have and im feeling a difference looking it to in a very short time. Thank You

  • Testosterone levels drops by 10% every 10 years starting from 30, so if you just start working out at 60 you still would gain muscle, but 30-40% slower that you would’ve have at 20.

  • I started body building at age 65 for the first time in my life people say at that age not possible to built, first 2 years did not build much,this year made lots of progress l have always been a skinny man with a fat stomach l am now 68 and I follow your advice, feeling great looking, it took a while to learn how to do it and it starts with a healthy stomach, with out that there will be no progress.

  • Been working out since i was 21. I just turned 53 and have more lean muscle mass than at any point in my life. It requires dedication in nutrition diet and exercise. Point is some people simply can’t do it! Period!

  • That Lutterloh kit looks, like it contains some nice patterns.
    But if the whole bodice is based on only the bust measurement…the initial fit should be as good or bad as any other comparable commercial bodice pattern in the correct size.
    So it’s more like a handy little pattern collection, than a fitting help, isn’t it?
    I mean, for anybody with nonstandard proportions, the fit shouldn’t be very good, if I’m not overlooking something here. I have a large ribcage and small breasts, for example, so I would probably end up with a tight back and too much room in the bust area, if I didn’t figure in back width and underbust measurements from the start.

  • Good advice and well delivered. at 73 do all those things plus 60 miles a week road bike for cardio gotta keep moving legs and lungs

  • I am 71 and not far off him in results…. To all the nonbelievers and naysayers, I am not wealthy, prosperous, but have had far from a life of privilege, I grew up trailer trash….. as with all things you want to have or be just investigate what it will take to have or be that thing and make a decision whether you are willing to put the effort in or not to have or be that thing…..it is simply yes or no…..it is not drugs or money. it is discipline, you lazy fat fucks!

  • Without you wanting to starve yourself or hand over your favorite snacks and treats via this: Max.Secured.Kim. The ingredients and methodology of this are pretty awesome. Say goodbye to belly fat and weakness.

    grande

  • It’s scary how you can gradually get in worse shape without even realizing it until it’s too late. I think your 2 most important steps to get started are spot on, and thanks to this video I can check of motivation. Got my 30-day plan done and am ready to get healthy again! I can’t thank you enough for your help.

  • The exercise that increases my health has been yard work like cutting grass, pruning/cutting back shrubs, etc. NEED MORE VIDs for over 60!!

  • I am 79 and since I watched this video I have lost 20lbs of fat and gained 20kgs of pure muscle. Imagine what will happen if I start also lifting weights. And this is all natural. No prescription eyeglasses or artificial hearing devices. On top of that my IQ has increased 100 units. I am at about 105 now. You have changed my life.

  • The issue for most men over 60 is that they are FAT. Nutrition is 85% of losing the weight, which should be the primary goal BEFORE taking on cardio and significant weight training. If you are 300 lbs don’t get talked into beating yourself up via a Biggest Loser type diet/plan. KETO and intermittent fasting is your best course. See the Dr Berg Channel, Dr Fung (lots of counterfeits), and Keto Kamp.
    If you are severely overweight, take yourself to the Snake Diet Channel. Hard core fasting with save your live. The best video on the subject NSFW https://youtu.be/klFUAAk9dYM

  • I am 61 doing great lost 70 lbs at 56 eating no sugar no caffeine low carb, good fats grass fed protiens, lots of vegtables. Water with apple cider vingar and minerals salt, potassium. Sun, great sleep exersise with heavy weights and swim for HIIT. Intermitant fasting. Life is Great!

  • im 63 still workout 3+times a week im in good shape my tip is chill out your not in a race your not going win the olympia take your time big weights=big injures cruise along watch your diet most of all enjoy what your doing good luck

  • I do have a question. First I need to give you some background. I am 62. I have had damage to my lower back, The L5-S1 level was fused and I suffer from chronic pain. L4-L5 and L3-L4 are not good,but I am trying to not have them fused if I can avoid it. I need to know which exercises I can do. Is there a way to modify squats to support my lower back? I will definitely need to start with trunk strengthening exercises, prior to squats, military press and other exercises which put stress on the lower back area.
    I am about 55 lbs overweight and have started doing pool exercises for aerobic and heart health, as physical therapy. I am at the end of my physical therapy sessions, but I ran and worked out until I injured my back and didn’t have the DVT and heart issues a sedentary lifestyle has given me. I was in killer shape in my 40’s. It’s time I was working to get there again.
    Let me know what you think and what you would recommend, even if it is a good book on the subject I can read.

  • This CEO doesn’t have to go to work at the Office, so as we are working hard making dip sh!t here look good, he’s working out at the Gym. Also screw all your co-worker wives while the’re at work., sex burns cals

  • I am 74 years old.I have been weight training off and on through my later years. I am fit except i have a weak left shoulder from an accident when i came back from Nam. What I want to know is how do I determine what weight should I use for light weight TriCon training. to start the training?

  • Im 66, 6-1, 195. I have had 2 heart attacks 15 and 11 years ago. On an anticoagulant now so that took care of that. I see my cardiologist regularly. I am getting back to the gym but I do have dumbbells and a ball I use in my office daily. I also go USPSA practical pistol shooting so practice and tournaments have a lot of walking and some sprinting. Do you agree i need the “anaerobic” mentality? Low weights, high reps so i get the muscle tone and the aerobic. You are so good and i thank your for you presentations. GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. Bill

  • I’m 142 year old and I exercise 2 times a week. Before I would exercise 5-6 days, and now I’m way too old for that. 2 times more then enough. Can’t lift weights anymore, but I can do couple of pushups and stomach exercises. And a lot of walking.

  • Dude i love your vids but you need to let people know at the beginning of all your vidoes that they caint expect to look like you without TRT.

  • Great info, only suggestion is to add snippets of video of examples of things you are talking about for form.
    I’m 59 lost 35 lbs on keto and two days ago squatted 400lbs. by watching YouTube videos on correct technique.

    Thanx for helping us old timers.

    One last thing, I recommend 3 min rest in between sets. Gives us more time to rest old bones and joints so we can do the next set with strength not fatigue. Leas chance of injury which will sideline our work outs. Plus more muscle growth with 3 min rests.

  • Great video. Glad you started out talking about squats. Our gluten and quads or extremely important to maintain and keep strong. So many start to lose mobility in later years, no need for that to happen.

  • I’ll be 45 next month. I’m definitely on my journey to create the body I always wanted through proper nutrition and weight training.

  • That guy should not make assumptions, if your testosterone levels are good you can build muscle at any age, but if they are low your going to struggle, get a blood test see how hard your road is a head, it you need TRT talk to a TRT expert and do what you need to do but don’t throw out accusations with no proof

  • that was indeed bunch of BS. im 39 and this year ive been able to grow more muscle than ever in this 4 year journey by working out AT HOME with just dumbells and rubber bands and my own weight. Ive been using methods and tricks ive learned from this channels. Thank you guys at the Athlean-X!!

  • I startec at 40, and completely untrue. Be consistent and put in the work, and be consistent in your diet and sleep. You don’t even need to “bust your ass,” but if you are consistent, I guarantee you will want to.

  • hey Ron, been watching for awhile now. I’m 38 and I needed this video. I’ve been working out, but not at full capacity. thank you for this video.

  • Just stated working with a trainer again at 55. My body is snapping back into its previous shape except the belly fat. Belly fat is brutal in middle age.

    My trainer: Some healthy nuts and some occasional chocolate is ok.

    Me: eats peanut m&ms from the vending machine

    Trainer: be sure you sprinkle just a little salt on you food your body needs it.

    Me: eats an entire sea salted dark chocolate bar before bed.

    Online calculator says: your waist should be 32”

    Me: kilometers?

    Nevertheless I’m down from 221 to 213 in 5 weeks. With a goal of 187 (and hoping to look like this guy in the video.

  • I’m 66, have lost 45 lbs in the last year (228>183) and have been gaining muscle and definition the entire way, not a newbie, have been working out in various ways for about 40 years but decided that I had to get serious as I go into my 70’s, recieved virtually no encouragement but succeeded anyway. You can do it!

  • When I was 28, I gained 15 pounds by lifting weights. At 70 I tried it again. Not a single pound. True, I don’t sleep as well. Are there other things? I am 6 foot 2.

  • Bad adwise.
    Low carb keto diet plus fasting to boost testosteron is the way to go.
    Avoid carbs and increase protein if training hard.

  • Great video, thanks! The link to your workout is glitchy… Here is one of my videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bp9PV3tiPgI&feature=youtu.be

  • A perfect posting, just the right length and full of information regarding the topic. Some people would make this last half an hour and I wouldn’t bother clicking on. Thanks guys.

  • There is a weird bunch of black people sitting behind the older reporter. And by weird I mean looks like the wrong audience for this kind of a show.

  • My Achilles’ heel is sleep. I can’t remember the last time I got 8 hrs. in. I average about 4-5 hrs. and even then constantly waking thru the night. I’m 57, have been weight training since my 20’s and have built a lot of lean muscle in that time but it’s been a constant struggle. Now I know why ��

  • Like to thank you I saw your video and I’m doing walks in the morning but I know that lately I’ve been getting really lazy like I don’t want to do it anymore I like I have no energy I push myself to go do it but I will have things to do I won’t go for my walk I don’t have them both I have resistance bands I thought I don’t know how to look at those as a religion of work for me or not I heard about you saying squats I can start doing those I need a lot of help and what would be the best vitamins to take to give me the energy they need once again thank you

  • I thought I was too old at 64 also, but I found out that I am not. I started working out, and now my body is changing. No excuses, whether it’s age, time, or work. Tomorrow may be too late.

  • I watch all your videos and use your technique. Keep it up I much appreciate it. I’ll be 50 this year. Sure I slacked off here and there. I do construction so it’s not like I’m sitting in an office. Just want to thank you again

  • Sleep is so important. It’s just nobody gets enough. I’m single, the house is quite and dark, but no matter how hard I try or want to, about 4-5 hours is all I can get. But yeah, go light, go slow, go often. It’s not how much you lift or how far you walk/run/swim, it’s that you show up and do it.

  • My main challenge now is managing my pain. I’ve been lifting for over 40 years (I wrestled for 7 years before that) and I was a heavy lifter at that. I probably overtrained most of that time too so I have arthritis and tendinitis. I eat very well (keto-carnivore mostly) and I’m very lean but now I rely on micro-workouts of 20 to 30 minutes. It took me awhile to get my mind around that kind of workout. If you’re part of the demographic that has trained at a high level for decades it’s more about letting go and going easier. I save my long workouts for hiking or biking.

  • I am forthy and got the opposite problem. I train much bjj and I become too big in my eyes. Never been more muscular, only on this channel to tone down and train those neglected muscles.

  • I startec at 40, and completely untrue. Be consistent and put in the work, and be consistent in your diet and sleep. You don’t even need to “bust your ass,” but if you are consistent, I guarantee you will want to.

  • You’re in great shape. How old are you? Also, are you on TRT? Just curious as I have tried pellets and shots in the past, but not on anything for the past 2 years. My total T is 754, but free T is only 92 and I want that up in the 150-200 range. My SHBG is on the high side of normal. I’ve been in the health and fitness business for nearly 3 decades, but I always keep an open mind when it comes to the human body as I believe you can never know it all. I’m thinking of increasing zinc to 90mg per day as that supposedly helps free up testosterone. Any suggestions is much appreciated. Thanks!

  • That body makes him look younger. Our body is a temple….God wants us to take care of ourselves so we can do more in our lives to bless and inspire people

  • I’m 72 and working out 4X per week…I’ve been working out for 10 years, started long ago and stopped. I’m in pretty good shape but watching your video alerted me to go over my nutrition patterns….My goal is to be in phenomenal shape not just OK for 72….I can handle most compound movements but having had two hip replacements within the last year has curtailed any meaningful squatting…The other movements no problem. Great video. Short and informative.

  • I’m coming out of a tough year. Almost 70, diabetic, lost half a foot. Had vascular surgery, stroked. 2 years from a he as r attack. 5’8″ 190#.
    I’ve started with the nutrition and the right level exercises. The most important thing I think you said is, get moving. Thanks for the encouragement.

  • I argued for 30 minutes with a salesman at my door a month ago that I was the head of my household; i even showed him my ID and he didn’t believe me.

  • This vid is great, but some of us in our 60’s have gotten rid of all the bullshit in our diets………move on to some of us intermediate lifters…….

  • I’m not a competitive bodybuilder and never have been. But I can say I’m in better shape now than I was in my early 20j’s. I’m lifting weights now I could never move in my early 20’s.

    I agree with you Ron. As long as we’re reasonably healthy. The difference is between starting weight training in our early 20’s and maybe in our early 40’s is we had more T-cells back in our early 20’s and should develop size and recover easier…if we are focused and eat healthy. There’s no age limit. The older we are the longer it might take to achieve our bodybuilding goals (genetics and other factors considered). But it’s doable. A lot of people just give up on their bodies due to work schedules and other thing. Or were never into fitness.Just concerned with eating “good food, alcohol and having a good time”. I’ve seen guys in their 20’s who’ve given up.

  • Hey man, big fan here. Just some suggestions for your videos:
    1. Set up a studio for doing videos
    2. Invest in equipment like better cameras, microphones, etc.
    3. Use and learn better editing software like premiere, etc.

    Just wanna see your channel blow up dude. Keep at it!

  • Motivating video! I have lost 35 pounds by working out, cutting sugar out of my diet, limiting carbs to a minimum, and only eating within a 6 hour window. The rest of my diet is natural food only and making sure I get all the essentials. 60 is the new 40 guys, and women love it!

  • I want it I’m crying that I lost my fashion 101 draping and pattern book this looks just as good. how much is that one the fashion book was 150$??

  • I thought I was too old at 64 also, but I found out that I am not. I started working out, and now my body is changing. No excuses, whether it’s age, time, or work. Tomorrow may be too late.

  • Good advice dude.I workout at home 7 days a week and I’m in my 40’s.Some younger men think
    I’m too old work out and build up my muscles even thou I’m not.

  • Hey lee, my dad is a smoker and I want to take him to the gym to replace his awful habit. He’s 50 years old can he still go to the gym to lift weights?

  • Omg so this is what I was killed by the other day!! I was thinking why is anybody using the shotgun attachment on a gun as a secondary….now I know! ��‍♂️��‍♂️��‍♂️��‍♂️

  • Great tips. But I would have liked to have seen some photos of fit 60+ year olds or video clips. Not that I doubt it’s possible. Stallone is in his 70’s and he looks better than most in their 20’s. Schwarzengger. Sure they’ve been working out for decades…Stallone trained by Franco Columbo…but it just says it’s still doable actually into our 70’s barring any health conditions stopping us.

    I think thats the main stumbling block for most older people wanting to get fit. They let their bodies go early on. Maybe after their 20’s. Work. Family. Life.

    I was never athletic. Spent my 30’s to mid-40’s with no real exercise. Maybe just dog walking and errands. Didn’t start lifting weights till my late 40’s. Gradually ramping up the weight. And I did again start doing the “big 3 compound exercises” early last year. Back squats, deadlifts and incline bench press. As my main 3. Along with other accessory work. Made a HUGE difference. I feel a lot stronger since. And put on more mass than before I consistently did the 3.

    Will continue till my body tells me I can’t. Which will come one day I suppose (for us all). Hoping I can continue into my 70’s. And I had no health conditions to stop me. Thank God.

    I hae a close buddy who’s had bak problems since the early 2000’s. He claims he doesn’t know why. But I hae a good idea. As he practiced Wing Chun (Chinese Kung Fu style) sine he was 14. The postion they’re in makes theim arch their backs Slouch. And curve in. They stand square. My guess. Since then he’s put on a bit of weight too. Adds to his aches I’m sure. Needing to carrying around more weight on the bad back..bad die Im sure.

  • Well I guess the workout days are over then because I want to give blood during this mess we have now and the Red Cross won’t take blood from people who do this (at least that’s true if I read the questionnaire right)

  • Loving the videos Stone! Any advice on how to get noticed and grow as a youtuber? I’m uploading daily Warzone videos because of you and would like any advice you can give me, keep up the great content bro��

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  • Can you please please make a video about your life before video games or just before you became as big as you are!?? Also how you met your wife would be super cool. I love you man

  • Love u Sly Sir, and thanx Anaerobixx for making the great video and man the point you made that he himself will get up and kick someone’s ass was fantastic. Thanks man

  • yeah yeah but what about when you START in your 30s??? I have never seen a video addressingwhen someone starts after they were young. Itt’s very different when you start something when you are not young and you don’t have that much testosterone nor you have experienced this before.

  • Yeah it’s encouraging. However, losing weight is a lot different than building new muscle. Most Transformations that you see of older men are just that, losing weight. Not building new muscle.

  • Thank you for your positive energy İam 32 and iam trying to master breakdance powermoves exactly and i will do it, we have one body, thank you

  • The Guy who accused you is simply a lazy badass. Stay cool bra! You are a master with over 10M subscribers. You don’t need to take these shitty comments seriously.

  • I’m 36 and for the first time of my life a was able to see my body change in 3 months just working out and eating clean. Age is just a number

  • I started at 17 but was iregular till 35 and completly stopped working put wit lot pf junk fpod and cheat meals.. now at 37 ca i again start.. can anybody say with adequate knoledge plz.

  • I am 35 and I still workout the exact way when I was 25. However my problem is that I’m getting weight easily now than before. Seems like my workout routine is not enough ��

  • I’m a female 65 years old excersise is a passion of mine however I’m at the same weight for the longest I gain a pound or two then lose the same amount I really try and give my all when I go to the gym it’s very frustrating not sure if I’m gaining muscle and gaining more body fat I do awesome hanges in my body but not on the scale I just ran across your videos which are very informative and they do help a lot what ami doing wrong I use light weights and hi reps

  • Having that much extra weight on his frame, if he was doing prolonged fasting, his system would have been cranking out crazy amounts of stem cells.

  • I agree, you are never too old to start training or get your life back on track.

    Just don’t care about what society tells you, do your own thing and become the best version of yourself. ��

  • Hey lee, my dad is a smoker and I want to take him to the gym to replace his awful habit. He’s 50 years old can he still go to the gym to lift weights?

  • I’m 35 years old. Just started working out seriously last year. More energy, better sleep, and a more sculpted physique than my mid to late 20’s. My muscles are different and just stronger than when I was younger. You CAN do it! Thanks for the great videos Ron.

  • THIS IS THE NICEST MOST POSTIVE FEED IVE EVER READ, GO HUMANITY!!!! -just realised its probly as were all older and mature enough not to be trolls!

  • I love your channel you give the best advice that I have found. Would you explain how to work fast twitch, and slow twitch muscle fibers. Love your channel and all the good work you are doing.
    GOD BLESS YOU

  • To me personally it super hard cause I have sacrificed all my time to my kids by working nights. I am going on almost 25 years working nights. Not in the same place but in every job I started as a new employee it’s either 2 or 3rd shift and because I wanted to be there for my sons I chose 3rd so I can be a part of their life. It has taken a toll on me where I get started and can’t seem to stay motivated enough to stay on it. Any advice? I to am 50 years old and I work a very stressful job. I am a Correction Officer.

  • I am 68 going on 40 I am shooting for 35 I am eating the good food and a voiding the bad and supplement needed to increase the absorption of protein. with good blood circulation and vitamins, good health starts with the stomach

  • I am in my early 50’s and been working out hard since 1995 on a regular basis things do change however not that much the main thing is staying consist with working out. In fact I have put up some of my best Deadlift one Rep max. numbers during the last few years.

  • As a family man of any age, we men have the best movation ever to stay fit!
    OUR Families!!! Fathers are needed more now than ever!

  • I guess I’ve been born with fantastic genetics. I have the body shape of a young male. I’m one of those whom defies the idea of what a 60 yr old should be Like. No major health issues of any description. I’m not as strong as I was obviously when I was younger but workout with any where between 5 15 kilos of weight for an overall workout…

  • Im getting there. Im 33, but I still go HAAM at the gym. I still get in the mosh pit at shows too. I never wanna be the guy that says “Im getting too old for this shit.” Gotta keep that youthful mentality and the body will follow

  • RON thanks a lot for this video. I am 47 Years old and restart with body building since a half Year. Maybe it will take more time and I will not reach my shape as I was 25 but I do my best and I am thankful for every moment what is given. many regards from GER JUERGEN

  • I am 64. I am in killer shape. Yeah I go to the gym as usual but more importantly, my blood chemistry and organ function read PERFECT on all pages of my blood work. I define PERFECT as reading NORMAL on all measures. I dont have high BP or plaque in my arteries. Simply there is nothing wrong with me. I am completely normal in that I am not special. I got this way by my diet. I do not eat any sugars or eat foods with added sugars. I eat lots of animals fats and other saturated fats. Lots of organic veg. I stay away from grains as my studies seem to reveal most are GMO which is Frankenfood to me. I would not eat normal grains because for me they are too hypoglycemic. At 6 feet I am 190 with lots of muscle while I admit I am not as heavily muscled as I was up into my 50’s and earlier when I was 225. I have lifted weights for about 50 years now. While I stay in the gym so when my day comes I’ll look pretty in the box, I only do three days per week and two body parts per workout. Nothing too strenuous although I could if I cared to. The fact is, I dont. And finally i take super dense nutrition shakes and vitamin and mineral packs that are loaded with all kinds of things, my blood work shows I am not lacking any nutrients. Surely everyone knows the food out there at its best quality is NOT the food of our grandparents. Hence the densely packed supplements I take give me what I need.

  • Mr. Williams,
    There are scattered pieces of information out there that states if your after the age of 40, your workout routines that you did when you were 20 won’t work for you. That you need to do different things with your workouts. They also mentioned test levels dropping, which is common knowledge now for people after 40. I Have your heard this before? Do the excercises have to change? More intervals and cross training seems to be popular for that. Thank you…

    Storm

  • Most motivating video I’ve seen from you yet.

    I’ll be 37 this year and some days it gets very discouraging to look in the mirror and not be where you want to be physically. You get tired of working towards the body you want instead of being able to enjoy the body you want.

    But, the body is a vessel and life is a journey. It’s our responsibility to make the most of it.
    “GET OFF THE COUCH!”

  • He was talking about statistics,
    It is a well known fact that older you get the harder it gets to build your overall muscle.
    Not outright impossible but if you wanna look good, the earlier you start. the better in a long run.
    Unless you over do it of course.

  • Great video. A lot of people need to hear this encouragement. So much of what you hear now is that once you hit a certain age you’re gonna need this pill and that pill to get the physique you desire. Wrong! God says, “My people perish for a lack of knowledge.” Thanks for the encouragement Mr. Williams.
    I’m 41 and lifting more than ever before. Ready to start cutting soon. Do you have a program for cutting while lifting?

  • Awesome video, you gave me goose bumps. I’m 49, still working out at the gym. I get compliments regarding my body composition from guys that are younger. I look and feel great!! Thank you for the inspiration

  • 46 and I’m in damn good shape. I’m not as strong as I once was but I look stronger because I’m more defined because of my nutrition. I don’t drink and I train much smarter now.

  • This white kid not being racist saying he nearly gets muscles BRUB HE NEARLY GOTS NOTHING LOL he looking fat boy I’m ten and I have a 8pack he gots fat

  • 39 here and still gaining muscle and performing better on long runs without supplements so yeah. Bollocks that you need extra! Also more over the top Jessy intro’s please

  • This is bullshit. I’m 38 and I still build muscle, even after a military related injury which caused me to lose muscle for a few years. The only reason you need TRT is if you are a low t beta male or your balls got blown off.

  • Anyone that thinks you can’t is wrong.. 41 years old, two time cancer survivor, and right now in better shape than when I was 20…

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  • Hey Ron, I can subscribe to what you are saying. I am almost 40, and have been working out to for a bit over a year. I am in the best shape of my life…better then in my 20s! So if anyone tells you you are too old to work out, disregard and push forward 😉