Oct 22, 2022
The progressive loss of skeletal muscle mass and strength that
occurs with aging, referred to as sarcopenia, begins as early as
our 30s or 40s. Many factors contribute to sarcopenia, including
diet and inactivity. Building muscle mass in one's early years is
essential for staving off the age-related loss of muscle mass and
may promote longevity.
In this Aliquot, Dr. Stuart Phillips discusses the importance of
building muscle through resistance training and why starting early
- 00:00:00 - Introduction
- 00:00:58 - Why muscles decline with age and
what to do
- 00:06:00 - Why muscle is important for
- 00:16:25 - Causes of anabolic resistance in
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