Aging is not optional. We all age period, and the question here is “how”, the only variable.
The reality is that age-related loss of muscle mass, strength and function affects quality of life and is associated with atrophy of type IIa and especially llx rapid muscle myofibrils, and also the development of anabolic endurance in the muscle and systemic metabolic dysfunction.
By performing strength programs (and NOT “walking” or “moving”), selecting safe and functionally effective exercises and performed with the highest attention to the speed of movement in its concentric phase, it promotes the activation of glycolytic myofiber ( fibers lla and llx), increases levels of IGF-1 and is the most efficient therapeutic intervention to promote metabolic health and improve quality of life (and future death).
In conclusion; getting old is inevitable, but feeling old is optional.
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