Read our Kettlebell guide to find out how to use this form of gym equipment to maintain and build muscle
Your method of training will directly affect the outcomes you see and feel. It is often best to combine both resistance and cardio training in your weekly workout regime. Try tailoring the type of training you do to the ultimate body goals you want to achieve.
Despite any preconceived notion, you can most definitely still build muscle after the age of 40. It's only an arbitrary number that should have no sudden impact on your determination to be healthy and feel great.
Depending on your shape and size, you may find results easier or harder in the gym. Read our body type nutrition and training guide to maximize gains.
If you’re feeling aches and pains in your muscles after you’ve been training, there’s a good chance it’s DOMS – Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness. The rest periods between workouts are just as important as the exercise itself.