Dinosaur Training for Adults – Brooks Kubik Training Program – Strength Training for Seniors
Brooks Kubik has a long history of studying the art of training, and in this lecture he uses that knowledge to address the aging lifter. How long can we keep training hard? How should an older lifter adapt training to age? Will pain take the place of pleasure in training? Look for these answers in this recording.
“The key to success, the one most important key for the older lifter, is to understand that recovery and recuperation are critical, as well as limited. There is nothing you can do to get back to the recovery and recuperative abilities you had when you were younger. There are things you can do to improve the situation, but there’s nothing that’s going to put you back 20, 30 or 40 years.” ~Brooks Kubik
• Frank Spellman (1:25)
• Recovery & Recuperation (6:00)
• Abbreviated Training (9:50)
• Ultra-Abbreviated Training (14:40)
• Sets & Repetitions (17:05)
• Progression (21:05)
• Importance of Perfect Form (23:25)
• Exercise Choice (25:55)
• Compound Exercises (30:00)
• Cardio Work (36:05)
• Weight Management (41:00)
• Focus on the Positive (44:10)
• Malone-Meltzer Age Co-efficient Formula (45:30)
With over 40 years in the training trenches and with over 10 books and numerous training courses and DVDs, Brooks has been influential across a wide cross-section of training styles and age groups. You can follow him via his site at brookskubik.com.
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