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    47 replies to "Amazing Old Fit Guys Over 50 l It is Never Too Late l HUGE MOTIVATION! l Start Now! fitfatherproject"

    • Gym Garage Man

      Was told I was too old at 40! Started training in crumbling garage lifting rocks doing PUSH UPS on paint cans pull UPS on beams got ripped af at 51 years old!!!

      • oscar

        i am 41 y.o..i hv just started a month ago, very hard to convince my own self.

      • BOK

        @oscar brother I take my hat off to you if you have only just started you have taken the first steps to having a happier healthier stronger life you don’t have to turn into Mr Universe you just have to keep or maintain a good shape it doesn’t happen overnight unless you are going to use juice which I would not recommend natural is better that way you are being a man in my opinion and believe me doing it too hard way will make you stronger than any juicehead they are actually quite weak despite their size I have put a lot of them to sleep within seconds I have been working out now for 5 years I started at 40 and I have never look better in my life so just keep going use creatine you will grow fast it is a natural thing that your body makes anyway just drink plenty of water you get it from a health food store or one of these muscle stores but creatine is great and that will give you the strength and the mindset and you will see the gains much faster please do not stop my brother like I say I hate my hat off to you with much respect remember do what you can there is no rush it is hard I hated doing it but after I started to use creatine I saw the gain’s I just push through it there is no need to spend hours at a time I only did my arms and chest and that has made my body look amazing and I like doing it now so please do not stop you will be proud of yourself in less than 6 months on creatine is that you will do it probably 3 months hundred percent guarantee you of that good job life is short just go hard if you die trying at least you tried that’s my mindset so keep going King

      • oscar

        @BOK Thank you..thanks for the support..i am working out the best i can. 🙏👍respect brother. Thanks.

      • Rexxon

        Accept the fact, age is a number. No matter how much muscle you build, your internal organ are all aging already and your antibody is dropped a lot too. This is rule of universe.

    • Shankoty 1

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    • Bread N Butta

      Thank you for posting this. It was right on time for the motivation I needed at 42.

      • Conor

        42 could still be a young man in someone’s eyes, but now “geriatric millennial” came to mind, lol

      • JohnnyClock

        Not too far from you bro! I”ll be 42 in the middle of September and I’m looking lean and working on getting ripped! I haven’t look this slim since I was 22!

      • f1346m

        42 aswell. need to start investing in myself again.

    • Bobmac90

      Your never to old to start although I have been lifting weights since 1968
      I’m 70 now (190 and 17-1/2 “ arms and I take No thats right No medicine for anything whatsoever!
      My doctor said whatever your doing keep doing it! I will keep doing it as long as my body can. Keep lifting it great for your health

      • Slim Slim

        What would you advice young bois and to grow big arms n shoulders! Greetings to u

      • Jakob Wing

        @Slim Slim get a good mind muscle connection, lift hard but with good form and arms and delts can take quite a lot of volume, hit all 3 shoulder heads so one pressing movement one side lateral and one rear delt, triceps is as important if not more than biceps

      • Bobmac90

        @Slim Slim To get big, a stay healthy
        CONSISTENCY!!! Keep training natural have a good diet. Try try to eat as healthy as possible. And never stop training. You either love it our hate it.
        You can’t be in the middle half hearted.
        I train my arms and shoulders once a week. I use a form of HIT. I use 3 exercises for each muscle group and do a pyramid warm up with 2 -3 sets then the last set to failure. I do a pre workout supplement followed by 25-30 grams of clean protein and half hour later about 35-40 gm carbs. Works for me good luck. 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻

    • Superhuman Unchained

      Great video Great workout Great channel Great content Great athlete Great motivation and inspiration keep doing what your doing and I Will always support you and your channel and thanks for the upload much respect and love and never give up on your dreams no matter how far they seems

    • zooknut kr

      I turned 50 this month been physically active pretty much my whole life give or take a few years here and there. I’m not like this guy but look better than your average 50 year old still strengthen muscle do my cardio and watch diet
      still go to gym twice week every week and always good workouts, never ever any regrets

      • Boba And Ben

        48 just a couple years behind you. Been lifting weights since I was 12. However, the last several months I’ve been focusing more on explosive kettlebell swings, calisthenics/yoga, and isometrics. It feels more natural, body stiffness disappearing, and joint function improving.

    • dragonaries

      Just F’n amazing for these guys. Love watching these older men stay motivated to be their best!!!!! Never too late!!!!

    • August Mosco

      I can attest to all of these changes, fellas. I started working out seriously at 60. Now I’m 72 and I tell you I’m stronger now than I was at 50! I never followed Dr. Anthony’s protocol (it wasn’t around when I started), but I subscribe to him, and he can help any man get started. IT’S NEVER TOO LATE TO IMPROVE!

      • Karim Xyz

        and how to they test the trenboloni sandwiches?

      • zoubin moonegan

        Yes,I believe you,so truth,keep it up bro,blessing,keep healthy,discipline your diet,

      • ChainTraders

        @Karim Xyz trenboloni sandwich preworkout then follow up with some sarma post workout.

    • Keliher

      My father and I started training together. He’s down 50+ pounds and I’m down 40+ pounds. We motivate each other. Just by having someone else training with you, especially your father, or your son, it makes you want to push past your limits.

      • de mom iz on /:

        Or daughter. In my case

      • Supreme Mii

        Whatever makes you push forward and not give up. Any motivation is a priceless treasure to be thankful for.

      • •Dūstÿ•

        It’s comes down to how many calories your stuffing down your throat pal it’s not rocket science cut down on the portions off food and eating out

    • Mad Dad Lad

      If there’s lads out there double my age that can do this then there really is ZERO excuses for anyone in their 20s to do this and more! I’m only back on the saddle after a couple of very shite years productivity wise and in the last month since going back I’m close to deadlifting double my bodyweight which for me at 32, 6ft 2in and 90 kilos, is the first milestone I’m aiming for and then after that 200 kg is the goal, then 220, then 250 and keep going and getting as strong as I possibly can! I’ve got a beautiful little 3 year old relying on her dad to be his best for her and even better again my beautiful partner will be giving us twins close to New Years so I’ve got two more little miracles to keep me on task and being my absolute effing best for them! Well done lads and way to show the young lads that nothing is impossible!!🤜🤛

    • JohnnyClock

      I”ll be 42 in the middle of September 2022 and I’m looking lean and working on getting ripped! I haven’t look this slim since I was 22!

    • Paul Racine

      I’m 58….just started 4 days ago!
      I DEFINITELY, DEFINITELY NEEDED TO SEE THIS!!👍👍👍

      • EmpireOfMarketing

        Stay hard!

      • Buentaste

        Good look bro i wish you the best…

      • ade spade

        keep at it bro.

      • helena jaramilo

        @ade spade wow strange

      • Deepak Bhati

        All the very best 👌 👍

    • Jonathan Bonde

      Hell yea! I’m 55 and just completed a trail series consisting of 4 60k night time trail runs. At 52 I was 242 pounds, now I’m 170 and fit enough to run all night without issue through really tough terrain.

      It’s never too late to get fit.

      • bigbabysld

        HELL YEAH!!, I’ll be 51 Sept 8th, in the last 2yrs went from 291lbs to 219lbs…eating right, pumping iron 3 days a week, 25 to 40 mile bike rides every SatuRday morning.

        My only regret…I didn’t have this mentality in my younger years, If I had the same energy now but 25yrs ago…I honestly think I would be on the same level as THE ROCK!

    • Timmy Tallstories

      I was 60 when I started training. I immediately cut out sugar from my diet. And started intermittent fasting. For the first 2 months I didn’t train, it was just diet.
      After 2 months I added regular walks, then cycle rides. I did this for 2 months then added cardio, mostly boxing. Then 2 months after that I started doing light weights. Then heavier weights. My body fat started coming off, in the first 2 months I lost over 2 stone alone. Now I am 65 yrs old, I look and feel like I’m 45. I have more energy than ever. You have to believe in yourself and keep pushing yourself out of the comfort zone. Focus on your goals.
      I don’t want any money for this advice. Unlike some people.
      I do this because I care.
      You have to find what works for you.
      Goodbye and good luck.

      • soulmate1960

        Please give some examples of your eating.

      • Timmy Tallstories

        @soulmate1960 Errm.. OK.
        I eat with my hands mostly, but sometimes I like to be fed.

      • Oscar Jones

        You don’t need to cut out all the sugars, you just only needed to switch to natural sugars & cut out the processed sugars… natural sweeter like these:

        Agave nectar

        Agave nectar comes from the agave plant and contains 21 calories per teaspoon. There is a bit of controversy surrounding agave nectar because the agave plant contains inulin, a form of fiber, and other helpful nutrients. Unfortunately, it was found that by the time the processing is complete the fiber and nutrients are essentially stripped5. Agave nectar’s composition is difficult to pinpoint because different brands contain varying amounts of fructose. All differences aside, agave is found to have a remarkably high fructose content (one source estimated it to be as much as 70-90 percent fructose)6. Because it contains such a high content of fructose, less is needed to produce a sweet effect.

        Maple Syrup

        Maple syrup is pretty trendy these days7,8. Since maple syrup comes directly from a tree (not the maple-flavored sugar water that Aunt Jemima puts out) it tends to contain more minerals than other added sugars do9. However, benefits may be minor if not nonexistent considering the small quantities of these minerals that are consumed. Maple syrup is more than half sucrose, which means it contains about 1/3 fructose. This may mean that you have to use more in order to produce the sweetness you want. Maple syrup can also be more expensive than other sweeteners which may limit the desire or ability to purchase and use it.

        Molasses

        Molasses, like sucrose, are made from sugar cane or sugar beets. After juicing the crop, the juice is boiled. As the water evaporates, the juice is spun down to produce a thick syrup, which is
        then crystallized to obtain both sucrose and molasses. Despite containing the same calories per gram as sucrose, molasses tastes 25-50% less sweet than table sugar.

        Raw, Unprocessed Honey

        Raw, Unprocessed Honey is 2/3 sucrose with the remaining 1/3 being water. It contains 21 calories in every teaspoon but has been advertised as having a number of helpful nutrients10. Similar to maple syrup, these nutrients may not be in high enough quantities to be an advantage at the recommended dosage. Four tablespoons (252 calories) of honey would be needed per day to reap any health benefit11. Honey isn’t expensive but it’s also not cheap and its flavor profile can be very distinctive. While this may be a good thing for some, it might also be unwelcome for others.

        Sorghum

        Sweet sorghum syrup is known as sorghum molasses in some regions of the United States, though in most of the U.S. the term molasses refers to a sweet syrupy byproduct of sugarcane or sugar beet sugar extraction. Sorghum bicolor commonly called sorghum (/ˈsɔːrɡəm/) and also known as great millet,[broomcorn, guinea corn, durra, imphee, jowar, or milo; a grass species cultivated for its grain, which is used for food for humans, animal feed, and ethanol production. Sorghum originated in Africa and is now cultivated widely in tropical and subtropical regions. Sorghum is the world’s fifth-most important cereal crop after rice, wheat, maize, and barley, with 59.34 million metric tons of annual global production. Sweet sorghum syrup is known as sorghum molasses in some regions of the United States, though in most of the U.S. the term molasses refers to a sweet syrupy byproduct of sugarcane or sugar beet sugar extraction.

        Monk Fruit

        Monk fruit sweetener is extracted from monk fruit. The monk fruit is also known as luo-han-guo or “Buddha fruit.” It’s a small, round fruit grown in Southeast Asia. Monk fruit sweetener is a natural, zero-calorie sweetener. It is high in unique antioxidants called mogrosides, which make it 100–250 times sweeter than regular sugar. The sweetener is created by removing the seeds and skin of the fruit and crushing it to collect the juice, which is then dried into a concentrated powder. Monk fruit contains natural sugars, mainly fructose and glucose. However, unlike in most fruits, the natural sugars in monk fruit aren’t responsible for its sweetness. Instead, it gets its intense sweetness from unique antioxidants called mogrosides. During processing, mogrosides are separated from the fresh-pressed juice. Therefore, monk fruit sweetener does not contain fructose or glucose. Because this extract may be 100–250 times sweeter than table sugar, many manufacturers mix monk fruit sweeteners with other natural products, such as inulin or erythritol, to reduce the intensity of the sweetness. Monk fruit extract is now used as a standalone sweetener, an ingredient in food and drinks, a flavor enhancer, and a component of sweetener blends.

        Date Sugar
        Date sugar is made from the fruit of the date palm. Dates are mixed with water and the resulting juice is extracted, filtered, and concentrated to produce a dark syrup known as date syrup. Granulated date sugar can also be made by dehydrating dates and grinding them into a fine powder. Additional to its sucrose content, date sugar also contains some fiber, which makes it less sweet than table sugar, and lower in calories with an average of 3 kcal/gram.5

        Banana Puree
        Bananas are rich in fiber and potassium and are a good source of vitamins B6 and C. They are also naturally sweet with a subtle flavor, making them a perfect natural sweetener.

        Brown Rice Syrup
        Brown rice syrup starts with brown rice that is fermented with enzymes to break down the starch. The liquid is then heated until the syrup consistency is achieved. The result? A thick, amber-colored, sweet syrup perfect for recipes calling for corn syrup and other unhealthy sweeteners. The fermented process helps break down the sugars into ones that are easily digestible. The fermenting process is key; some brown rice syrups are fermented with barley enzymes, meaning it contains gluten. Purchase brown rice syrups that are labeled gluten-free.

        Coconut Sugar

        From the tropical coconut palm tree, coconut sugar is actually made from coconut tree sap rather than the coconut itself. This tree sap is boiled and caramelized into a syrup, and then crystallized into a dark-colored sugar. Coconut sugar has the same sweetness and calorie content as sucrose, at 4 kcal/gram.6

        Applesauce and other fruit purées

        Replacing sugar with applesauce — or purées of other fruits like bananas — is an excellent way to reduce your refined sugar intake. Consider this swap in recipes for cakes, cookies, muffins, and bread. All fruits offer health benefits due to their nutrients. For example, mashed bananas are high in folate, manganese, magnesium, and vitamins B6 and C (25Trusted Source). Unlike refined sugar, fruit is generally linked to a variety of health benefits, including a reduced risk of chronic disease and a lower risk of death from all causes (26Trusted Source). If you buy applesauce or other fruit purées from the store, be sure to select unsweetened products with no added sugar.

        Real Fruit Jam
        The key here is real fruit jam. Berries, stone fruit, apples, pears, and grapes are great replacements for sugar in recipes. You can use commercially available fruit jam; just be sure there is no added sugar or pectin. It’s better to make your own sugar-free jam with organic fresh or frozen fruit. It’s easy and economical.

        Yacon Syrup

        Yacon syrup is extracted from the yacon plant (Smallanthus sonchifolius), which is native to South America. Its sweet taste, dark color, and thick consistency make it somewhat comparable to molasses. This product is rich in fructooligosaccharides, a type of sugar molecule that your body can’t digest. Because these sugar molecules are undigested, yacon syrup contains one-third of the calories of regular sugar, or about 1.3 calories per gram (27Trusted Source, 28Trusted Source). However, yacon syrup is less sweet than table sugar, so you may need more to match the sweetness of refined sugar. The fructooligosaccharides in yacon syrup may offer health benefits… for example, these compounds act as prebiotics, which help feed the friendly bacteria in your gut. Plus, some research suggests that yacon syrup may increase feelings of fullness (29Trusted Source, 30Trusted Source). Nonetheless, studies are limited; in addition, some disclose 28 supposed trusted sources said that eating large amounts — over 20 grams per day — may result in excessive gas, diarrhea, and stomach pain.

        Xylitol,

        An alcohol sugar that is often used in gum and is about as sweet as sugar. It comes from wheat straw and some cereals. Food makers produce it from corncobs.

        Maltitol

        Maltitol, another alcohol sugar, is about 75% as sweet as sugar and comes from corn syrup.

        Erythritol

        Erythritol is 60% to 80% as sweet as sugar. Even though Erythritol can be made from things like pears, soy sauce, and watermelon, manufacturers’ commonly preferred source to extract to make the product is derived from fermenting corn.

        Mannitol

        Mannitol is 50% to 70% as sweet as sugar. Naturally, it occurs in carrots, olives, and asparagus. Manufacturers make it from seaweed.

        Isomalt

        Isomalt is about 45% to 65% as sweet as sugar. It comes from beet sugar.

        Sorbitol

        Sorbitol is about half as sweet as sugar. Naturally, it’s in apples and pears. Food manufacturers make it from corn syrup.

        Lactitol

        Lactitol provides about 40% of the sweetness of sugar; Manufacturers make it from milk. Hydrogenated starch hydrolysates range between 40% and 90% as sweet as sugar. Manufacturers produce them by mixing different sugar alcohols.

        Like everything else, everything is in moderation, even with these alternative sweeters.

      • Timmy Tallstories

        @Oscar Jones initially I did Cut out all sugars. To get into keto. Now I do take some of those in your list, raw honey for eg. Which I have my own beehive for.
        Also coconut sugar, dates, sugar cane.

    • M E

      Nothing fit, strong, healthy, happy older men to make the work feel more secure. Loving this. ❤️

    • rash b

      Awesome to see because the message is so strong in the transformation picture because of the age gap and how he actually improved at an older age and got stronger and healthier in five years, not deteriorated.

    • Skur

      28 now and I workout just so I can maintain this physique and be like that in my 40+, definitely inspirational

    • মণিদীপা গাঙ্গুলি

      I’m 37 started a couple months ago… I’m heavily obese but always had very good stamina and flexibility and strength bearing capacity coz I was active and always ate healthy already … I’ve had PCOS affecting my metabolism….

      My mother also started at 50 and is still fit, I started coz I have an ambition of being a traveller post retirement so gonna learn driving & swimming soon and bring my BP in control

    • Carlos Cristiano

      Estão de parabéns…. prova de que velhice está na cabeça….

    • Maria de Lourdes Francisco

      Pura determinação!💪💪💪💪💪

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