Weight Training for Middle Aged Men - Exercise Routines after Age 40

Weight Training Muscle Building Tips, Exercises and Workouts Routines for middle aged men over 40 to Build Muscle, fasten metabolism and get a muscular toned body even after age 40.

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Weight Training and Men over 40

You probably have a lot going on in your life with Job, family and friends and the last thing you want is to add an exercise program! But believe me this could be the best investment you ever make in to your life. Not to mention you will virtually guarantee a strong body when you cross in to your late 40s and 50s.

Make Exercise a priority and you will never repent on this decision. Just remember to message me when you see the benefits.

Weight Training is a gift for men/women of all ages and more so after you cross 40. Why? It because the body needs to prevent muscle loss and bone loss more than ever when you cross 40.

Muscle Loss occurs at an alarming pace when men go in to their 30s and Weight Training is the single best way to prevent muscle loss, add muscle mass and eventually add years to your life. Its a fact.

Also Training with weights fastens your metabolism, reduces body fat and give you jolts of energy and you will feel like a teenager again.

Here are a few steps to help you get started on your Weight Training Journey.

  • Weight Training is a habit. Make it a part of your life and you will see consistent results.
  • Don't make exercising and dieting hard on yourself. Master the fundamentals in both exercise and diet and leave the confusing magazines information just there.
  • A good Stretching Exercise Program is the foundation of a Injury-free weight training workout.
  • Learn the best Weight Training practices. Its easier to learn correct methods than to unlearn the wrong ones.
  • Start with the best Weight Training Exercises and master them.
  • Never underestimate the important of Diet. Weight Training Diet becomes even more important when you train with weights.
  • Consistency is the Key, in the gym and on the Kitchen table.
  • Enjoy the Journey as Journey is the Reward.


Starting a Weight Training Program - Best Exercises

Do not start a Weight Lifting Plan without these Basic Mass Builders.

Building Chest Muscles.

1.Flat and Incline Bench Press
2. Dumbbell Flys or Peck-decks or Pullovers

Building Shoulder Muscles

1.Shoulder Barbell Press
2. Lateral Raises

Building Back Muscles

1.Chin-ups/Lat Pull downs
2. Bent-over-barbell rows
3. Deadlifts

Building Leg Muscles

2. Leg Curls
3. Calf Raises

Building Arms and Forearms

1. Barbell Curls
2. Dumbbell Curls
3. Dips
4. Triceps Pull downs/ Triceps Extension
5. Wrist Curls

Building Abdominals

2. Reverse Crunches


Sets and Reps

Perform 3-4  sets per exercises keeping them in a  range of 7-10 reps.

Rest Periods

2-3 Minutes. This will allow your body adequate time to flush the toxins generated and let fresh blood flow in. 


Learn from the Experts

Jon Benson and Tom Venuto have done the ultimate in training old people to create a fit athletic body. One day a doctor said to Jon, Lose Weight —"Jon, You Will Not See Your 40th Birthday Unless You Do!"

Not only Jon lost his excess bodyweight he now reveals his exact methods which helped him lose weight, add muscle mass and live the life he always wanted to.

Check how Jon got the fit body of his dreams here.


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