Don't let aging prevent you from enjoying good health and functional strength. MILO authors encourage you to continue training (with modifications, if necessary), or to get off the couch and get started!
Mention the name Jim McGoldrick and you know right away that we're referring to the five-time Highland Games world champion. How fortunate for MILO readers that "Chief" has put to paper some of his training methods.
Read Steve Brylski's training articles, and a few things come to mind--this guy is determined, focused, efficient, and creative. Steve's articles will motivate you and add some new twists to your workouts, without sacrificing serious strength training; in fact, his training exercises might just kick your rear.
Take advantage of Bill Starr's collegiate coaching experience in weight training--all his exercises have been proven by his subjects (i.e., students). A joy to read, Bill clearly presents his topics, identifying common problems, breaking them down, and offering up solutions for all strength athletes--from the backyard warrior to the competitive lifter.
All-round lifting has deep roots in history and is enjoying a modern-day comeback. These 11 MILO articles will show you specific exercises and general training principles to try your hand at these historic feats of strength.
Bulking up and gaining weight are simple in concept-lift heavy weights, get enough protein, allow for rest-but the results can be hard to achieve if you're doing it wrong or not working hard enough. MILO authors have a plethora of advice to share.
The heart is a muscle and needs to be trained with the same seriousness as the squat, bench press, and deadlift--consider working cardiovascular training into your routine to receive great health benefits and impressive strength benefits.