If You’re Over 40 And About To Start Running For The First Time, Here Are 8 Things You Need To Know
Maybe you haven’t run since you were 16, or maybe you’ve literally never gone for a jog. But that doesn’t mean you can’t become a runner after 40, says Gordon Bakoulis, 56, a certified running coach and Olympics-qualifying marathoner. “Everyone’s a runner. Some people just haven’t discovered it yet—and it’s never too late.” (The 21-day plan in Love Your Age is the life-changing reset every 40+ woman needs!)
6 Things You Must Do To Lose Weight Over 40
With age comes many things: greater wisdom; deeper empathy; a greater sense of knowing who you are; and less happily, the very real possibility of a bigger pants size.
Starting in your 40s, it’s easier than ever for the pounds to creep on—and tougher to take them off.
7 weight loss diet tips for men over 40
Taking shots of cheap whiskey, sleeping on futons, staying up until 4 in the morning—there are a lot of habits you’re probably happy to leave to your 20-year-old self. But the beautiful mystery of eating a whole pepperoni pizza and actually losing five pounds? Those are glory days worth mourning. Once you’re over 40, suddenly ditching a few pesky lbs and losing your gut seems to take monumental effort.