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Jonathon Sullivan MD, PhD
Fitness after fifty is possible, and strength is the key.
Jonathon M. Sullivan MD, PhD, SSC
If I could get you under the bar, I could change your life.
Jonathon Sullivan MD, PhD, SSC, PBC
Most of the reasons you have for not training are actually your best reasons to START training.
Whether you're a relatively fit 52-year-old man who wants to get still stronger, or a 75-year-old lady who wants to arrest muscle loss, or a 90-year-old WWII vet who knows he's not done yet, the prescription is a program.
Preserving muscle tissue also helps preserve heart, brain, and bone tissue.
We train these movements because they are the building blocks of human physical performance. We have to use them.
Jonathon M. Sullivan MD, PhD, SSC, PBC
You can and should do Olympic Lifts, IF you meet the three criteria.
Adults with COPD need strength training for all the reasons everybody else needs it--only more so.
The coach-athlete system may be complete. But it may not be completely ideal.
Jonathon Sullivan MD, PhD, SSC
It's not about the weight on the bar, it's not about how you look. It's not even entirely about health. So what is it? Why do we train?