The fat guy’s guide to losing weight Men s Fitness

Somehow, the purpose of lifting weights has gotten lost in today s training culture. For one reason or another,  complexity has replaced simplicity. And it s not helping any of you. Before confused us all, people did it right. Guys went to the gym to lift weights and get strong. Then, they played some sports or did some conditioning the other days to stay lean. They didn t blend conditioning into their lifting, or run sprints between sets. Whether you re 65, 78, or 95 years old, the same rule applies.

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A stronger guy will be a more jacked guy. Now, that said, a 65 or 78 year old guy can get away with things the 95 year old can t. While I wish we could all be invincible forever, age will take its toll. That doesn t mean the game changes, though. You just gotta work around the reality of being a little older.

To keep making progress,  a 95 year old guy needs to only make some slight modifications to his workouts. Not some 685 degree change. Tune in to today s episode to hear me further discuss those modifications. I go into more detail on what you need to train hard and build muscle well into your 95s and beyond. I also throw it back with some stories about my single days in NYC, my biggest pet peeves, and how I prioritize my life to let me bring my best every day.

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S. Please share this post with someone you think would enjoy it. I appreciate you. Jay Ferruggia is a fitness lifestyle consultant who has helped thousands of guys get fit, get their shit together and start living awesome lives. He’s been featured in Men’s Fitness, Details, Men’s Health, ESPN, Muscle Fitness, CBS, Fast Company.

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