Every now and then, somebody tries to take us to task for using the term "Athlete of Aging." The objection is always strictly semantic, fastidious, sclerotic...and, well, obtuse. As in, "wow, Dude, you really missed the entire point."

Most recently, somebody sent me t...

As of Saturday 4-5-2020, we are looking at the worst yet to come still ahead...and the end, which WILL come, still ahead. Stay safe, stay smart, stay sheltered, and stay active!

RESOURCES:

Kurzgesagt Video

Answers with Joe Video

COVID-19 Grocery Tips Video

COVID-19 Packag...

We're hunkered down, locked down, feeling down. Many of us work out in commercial gym spaces and suddenly we're without access to our bars and plates and racks. Clearly, this sucks...although it's also a reminder of how important our training is, how deeply embedded it...

Drs. Jonathon Sullivan of Greysteel and John Petrizzo of the exercise science faculty of Adelphi University discuss papers on programming, hypertrophy, creatine, nutrition, and over-the-counter pain meds in the March 2020 edition of the Greysteel Research Review.

We've had a lot of discussion this week on the PoG page--the Facebook page for Patrons of Greysteel--about the coronavirus outbreak. Some of it was a bit doom-and-gloom, some of it sounded prematurely post-apocalyptic, and most of it was common sense. We are all Master...

Sully talks about creatine, one of the few supplements he recommends for the Athlete of Aging training for strength.

As we discussed in a recent short video on the Greysteel Channel, barbell training is a precision activity.

Precision is an interesting word. It does not actually denote a correct activity or measurement, but it does denote an exacting and highly reproducible mea...

When people first begin a training program or a new sport, there is always a neurocognitive adaptation that has to occur. Indeed, neurocognitive and neuromuscular adaptation are the first adaptations in physical training--motor patterns have to be learned, and the neur...

Check out this new podcast from my colleague across the pond, Dr. Julian Donovan. In this episode, we talk about how an aging meatball ER doc and brain injury researcher ends up as a full-time barbell coach. 

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