Here are the Results from Month 1. This is exactly what I was looking for. The program was challenging but doable for my level, and I was able to make some progress over the month.
Bill / Austin, Texas
My client Bill is over 60 and works as a Firmware Engineer in the Austin area. I’ve been training Bill off and on for 15 years – sometimes in person, sometimes online. He currently bench presses 220lbs, trap bar deadlifts 385lbs and can do 8 strict pull-ups. His strength is on par with an advanced high school or college athlete.
Why is this important?
It’s important for his physical health, mental health, and quality of life.
If you need assistance with your strength training or fitness routine, contact me at email@example.com. I can create a personalized monthly program for you that, if you’re like Bill and already have experience in the weight room, you can do on your own. Every month, I get feedback from Bill, create his monthly program, reevaluate his needs, and repeat. He comes over to my garage gym, once a month to learn new exercises (hands-on from me), gets tested on various lifts, and cardio workouts, and continues to progress.
Strength training is the best thing you can do as you age to combat osteoporosis and prevent the early onset of age-related falloff—powerlifting in particular. Powerlifting puts a shear force onto the tendon and onto the bone. This activates the osteoblasts, which allows the bone to be built.
If you have the aspiration of kicking ass when you’re 85, you can’t afford to be average when you’re 50. —Dr.Peter Attia