Ultimately I’m finding that working out at 52 yrs old for strength, health & bodily aesthetics isn’t that different from doing it in my 20s.
— Mike (@MikesFitAfter50) December 30, 2014
Either freestanding bent over at the waist, or supported chest-down on a weight bench, back flies are one of the best exercises for back muscle development…
— Mike (@MikesFitAfter50) November 20, 2014
“Here’s the short of it: as you get older, physical fitness and nutrition simply have a bigger impact on your quality of life. That’s why it truly matters for us in our 40s, 50s, and beyond.”