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Aging Better Weight training / lifting

One lift a day: Training when you’re old and sick

Download this article as a PDF I am hoping that the below write-up about my current training program might help others who are old(er) or perhaps not in perfect physical health/condition. Hopefully encourage them to keep going or if they have for some reason stopped, to re-evaluate their situation and consider if they might still […]

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Aging Better Weight training / lifting

Training with barbells for the first time at 62 years old

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Ben

Ben – Video

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Weight training / lifting

You can’t sell the truth

This is probably the best video on youtube about resistance training. If you follow this advice you will not go wrong.

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Aging Better

Ever Upward and Onward: Greysteel Athlete John C.

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Ben

Ben

I first put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) on this book six years ago.Health issues got in the way since the, so I am pleased to finally get it done. You can purchase it as softcover or kindle from Amazon. Synopsis Ambassador Ben Tomann was assassinated in Washington State on the fourteenth of […]

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British Mensa Firsts Oleb Books

Firsts – Award – Mensa Article

The below article about the book Firsts: Coming of Age Stories by People with Disabilites and my Readers Favourite International Gold Medal award appeared in the British Mensa magazine in November 2020 issue. It is reproduced here with the permission of British Mensa.

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Bodybuilding Powerlifting The Body Naturally

Are you weak?

Let me start this blog post by saying that I do not believe there are any two people in the world who agree 100% about anything, unless they are stupid or brain washed. In the strength training business there are few who I find myself agreeing with. This is because there is more BS in […]

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Aging Better Bodybuilding Powerlifting The Body Naturally

Jason Blaha: Minimum training for progress.

Jason Blaha talks about the minimum amount of training someone can do and still make progress. This is something which anyone like myself, who has been training for decades, recognises as the vitally important ‘minimum effective dose principal’. Personally, I think that twice a week is ideal. It gives you good progress and frequency, especially […]

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Aging Better Weight training / lifting

Why running is not the be-all and end-all of fitness.