Starting Strength Training For The First Time In Your 40s & 50s With Tina Tang
Think you are too old to start lifting weights?
Here’s the truth – you AREN’T, and getting a “late” start can still lead you to the best shape you’ve ever been in your life!
You’re going to learn all about HOW in today’s episode with Strength Coach Tina Tang. A latecomer to fitness – she started at age 42 – Tina now shows up 20-year-olds at her gym as she makes it look easy in her 50s.
We talk about why strength training is so important as women age, from protection against osteoporosis to hormone support.
We also discuss how lifting weights can lead to deeper impacts in other areas of your life, especially when it comes to following your dreams.
You’ll be inspired and feel seriously motivated by the end of this interview!
Before starting as a strength coach in 2012, Tina Tang was an equities trader at Goldman Sachs and later transitioned to a jewelry designer who owned various stores in New York City.
Over the past 9 years, Tina has coached over 3,700 sessions, trained her female clients to their first push ups, pulls ups and compound barbell lifts. Strength is her specialty.
Tina is a fit at 50 coach and the creator of the 4S Formula to help mid-life women get stronger and leaner, through one on one coaching and her online group fitness classes.
Tina specializes in training women over 40 and teaches them how to take control of their bodies by getting progressively stronger. Find her here.
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