• Ben Hampson

THE BENEFITS OF STRENGTH TRAINING FOR MALES OVER 50




STRENGTH TRAINING HAS BENEFITS FOR EVERYONE BUT FOR MALES OVER 50 IT CAN BE LIFE CHANGING!



DO YOU WANT TO LOOK AND FEEL BETTER?

FEEL MORE CONFIDENT, ENERGISED, LOSE A BIT OF FAT, GAIN SOME MUSCLE AND STRENGTH?

DO YOU WANT SHORT AND LONG TERM BENEFITS THAT WILL HELP TO IMPROVE YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE NOW AND IN THE FUTURE? DO YOU WANT A NEW CHALLENGE?

WELL STRENGTH TRAINING IS FOR YOU!



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AS MALES APPROACH 50 YEARS OF AGE PHYSIOLOGICAL CHANGES START TO OCCUR TO THE HUMAN BODY.

WE START TO SEE A REDUCTION IN TESTOSTERONE LEVELS (ANDROPAUSE), STRENGTH/POWER (DYNAPENIA) AND MUSCLE MASS (SARCOPENIA).

SKELETAL MUSCLE IS THE LARGEST ORGAN IN THE BODY,AS IT IS NOW SEEN AS AN ENDOCRINE ORGAN. IT HAS A MASSIVE IMPACT NOT ONLY ON YOUR PHYSICAL HEALTH (AS PREVIOUSLY THOUGHT) BUT ALSO ON YOUR MENTAL, NEUROLOGICAL AND METABOLIC HEALTH!


FROM 50 YEARS OF AGE WE LOSE ABOUT 10 POUNDS OF LEAN MUSCLE MASS PER DECADE. GOING FOR WALKS OR DOING CARDIO (RUNNING, ROWING ETC.) ALONE WILL NOT STOP THE DECLINE.

THESE ISSUES IF NOT RESOLVED CAN HAVE A NEGATIVE EFFECT ON YOUR SOCIAL AND FAMILY LIFE AND PUT A STOP TO YOU ACHIEVING THOSE DREAMS AND ASPIRATIONS YOU HAVE.

STRENGTH TRAINING IS THE BEST WAY TO COMBAT THESE ISSUES!


NOT TO MENTION YOU WILL FEEL EMPOWERED, ENERGISED AND YOU WILL HAVE THE AESTHETIC BENEFITS WHEN YOU START STRENGTH TRAINING WHICH WILL IMPROVE YOUR CONFIDENCE AND OUTLOOK ON LIFE!



IT'S THE CLOSEST THING YOU WILL GET TO A MAGIC PILL WITH NO SIDE EFFECTS ONLY BENEFITS!


THE CAVEAT TO THIS THOUGH IS THAT IT NEEDS TO BE DONE CORRECTLY WITH PROGRESSIVE INDIVIDUALISED PROGRAMS TO MAXIMISE RESULTS AND REDUCE INJURY RISK.



A LIST OF THE MANY BENEFITS BELOW:


  • INCREASED LEAN MUSCLE MASS

  • INCREASE IN STRENGTH AND PERFORMANCE

  • INCREASED METABOLIC RATE

  • INCREASED QUALITY OF LIFE

  • INCREASE / PRESERVE JOINT HEALTH AND CARTILAGE

  • INCREASE IN INJURY RESISTANCE

  • IMPROVED SLEEP

  • IMPROVED MENTAL HEALTH

  • LOWER ALL CAUSE MORTALITY

  • INCREASED LONGEVITY

  • INCREASED MOBILITY AND FLEXIBILITY

  • POTENTIAL TO REDUCE RISK OF DEMENTIA, ALZHEIMER'S AND PARKINSON'S DISEASE

  • IMPROVED COGNITIVE FUNCTION

  • REDUCED RISK AND SYMPTOMS OF CHRONIC DISEASES (ARTHRITIS, DIABETES, HEART DISEASE)

  • INCREASE IN INSULIN SENSITIVITY

  • INCREASE / PRESERVE BONE DENSITY

  • INCREASED BALANCE


AND MANY MORE!! NEW RESEARCH IS COMING OUT ALL THE TIME HIGHLIGHTING HOW POWERFUL STRENGTH TRAINING IS!

"THIS IS WHY I STARTED THIS COMMUNITY AND SERVICE AS I KNOW IT CAN HAVE A MASSIVE AFFECT ON YOU AND YOUR FAMILIES LIVES."


WHAT YOU GET WHEN YOU JOIN THE GET STRONG

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  • I take the guesswork out of how you reach your goals with individualised strength training programs.

  • You have my daily support with any questions you may have and you have my knowledge and experience to draw upon.

  • You get nutrition advice to help you optimise your results.

  • We have monthly check-ins to track your progress and to tweak your programs so you are constantly moving in the right direction.



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We will have a conversation so I can get to know you a bit more and vice versa.

We will work out if this is right for you and the goals you have.

If we are both in agreement that this can have a major impact on your life and you are ready to commit, we will talk on how we get you started on your journey to a better stronger you!



REFERENCES

Westcott W. L. (2012). Resistance training is medicine: effects of strength training on health. Current sports medicine reports, 11(4), 209–216.

Hoffmann, C., & Weigert, C. (2017). Skeletal Muscle as an Endocrine Organ: The Role of Myokines in Exercise Adaptations. Cold Spring Harbor perspectives in medicine, 7(11), a029793. https://doi.org/10.1101/cshperspect.a029793

Robert R Wolfe, The underappreciated role of muscle in health and disease, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Volume 84, Issue 3, December 2006, Pages 475–482,

Shaw, Brandon & Shaw, Ina & Brown, Gregory. (2015). Resistance exercise is medicine: Strength training in health promotion and rehabilitation. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation. 22. 385-389. 10.12968/ijtr.2015.22.8.385.

Mcleod, Jonathan & Stokes, Tanner & Phillips, Stuart. (2019). Resistance Exercise Training as a Primary Countermeasure to Age-Related Chronic Disease. Frontiers in Physiology. 10. 645. 10.3389/fphys.2019.00645.