Chris Freytag

GHUTV LIVE! The Fountain of Youth: Protein and Strength Training

Chris Freytag
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As we age, starting around age 35, we start to lose about a half-pound to a pound of muscle every year if we are not actively trying to replace it. The good news is that if you are strength training regularly, you can maintain your muscle mass, or even better, increase your muscle mass at any age. Muscle is a key component in metabolic health, aging, hormones, etc., and if you are doing some strength training, you need to feed your muscles properly with protein for repair and recovery.

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3 Responses to “GHUTV LIVE! The Fountain of Youth: Protein and Strength Training”

  1. Cindy

    Love Friday Q and A's! Today's talk was great!

  2. Sue

    Started strength training at 66!

  3. jane arntson

    Fridays are great! Quieter work day to be able to watch live. Thx ladies - army green is fabulous~

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