60-Year-Old Male Strength Training

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To keep their muscular mass and strength, men in their 60s should engage in regular strength exercise.

Squatting, deadlifting, and bench presses are all excellent compound workouts for developing general strength.

Isolation workouts like bicep curls and tricep extensions can target specific muscle areas.

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Push-ups, pull-ups, and other bodyweight exercises are excellent for developing functional strength.

In order to prevent injuries, it is important to gradually raise both the weight and the intensity of the workout.

Strength training can be dangerous if done improperly, so it's best to see a doctor or personal trainer before beginning.

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