As we age, our bodies change, and we may not be able to do the things we could do when we were younger. This includes weight training. So, at what age should you stop lifting weights? It's a question that many people ask as they get older. The answer, of course, is that it depends. Each person is different and will experience changes in their body as they age. Below I will discuss some factors you should consider when deciding to stop lifting weights.
If you are currently in your 50s or 60s and have been lifting weights for many years, then it is likely that you will be able to continue doing so for many years to come. However, if you are in your 70s or older or have not been lifting weights for very long, you may need to start considering stopping.
If you have any joint pain or other damage aggravated by lifting weights, then it may be time to stop. Similarly, if you have any health conditions that could be made worse by lifting weights, you should talk to your doctor before continuing.
If you are still enjoying lifting weights and feel like it benefits your health, there is no reason to stop. However, if you feel like it is no longer enjoyable or beneficial, it may be time to consider quitting or changing up your workout routine. Ultimately, the decision is up to you and should be based on your feelings.