Muscle Gains and Building Muscle in Your 40’s and 50’s with Victor Costa Vicsnatural

Muscle Gains and Building Muscle in Your 40’s and 50’s with Victor Costa Vicsnatural


Hey guys, it’s Victor Costa. How you doing. Hope you’re doing well Thank you so much for your comments and questions Especially [you’re] concerned recently because we had a big snowstorm here in New York The news was calling it a snowpocalypse [and] a lot of you guys are [asking] that you okay? How’re you doing since since the snowstorm guys? I’m a hundred percent fine. No big deal Just a couple more puddles to jump over on the way to the gym tonight Been meaning to answer this question that’s been asked Bolton on Facebook recently, but also throughout the years in many Ways In different ways from different folks and the question really to sum it up is That can you make gains in your forties and fifties and maintain muscle like one could in their 20s and 30s You know what’s really interesting about questions as it gives me the perspective And it gives me the perspective from which It’s asked you know it gives me a sense that there’s a person there in their 40s and 50s pondering could they have done something differently or somehow taking a look at where they are now and wondering if Gains are challenging to make now and have they been easier if they started it earlier in their 20s and 30s Or they’re just comparing themselves to people of a different decades younger and so the question that I ask is What can kind of what can an answer offer you? The question isn’t really about whether or not you could have made better gains in your 20s and 30s Or one could the question is why are you asking it? Why are we looking back and not looking forward if you want to get down to whether or not the body tends to heal better? at a younger age Or whether it heals better? At at an older age one could make a very strong argument that it heals better at a younger age [I’ve] had somebody [who’s] telling me recently just how long it took for us Are to heal up or cut that they had to just you know? [heal] up, and he’s in his he’s in his 60s in mid sixties late sixties, and he said you know they used to heal up like in a day or two when I was a kid I’ve never even Noticed [that] so I don’t think there’s any Refuting the body’s ability to recover and heal at a younger age however when we talk about progress [and] we talk about muscle growth and Muscle development, [I] know many individuals who are experiencing greater muscle growth in their 40s and 50s than they were in their 20s [and] 30s [a] lot of that has to do with Experience. They know [exactly] what they’re doing now a lot of it has to do with habits their habits are much different now and More organized and when they were in their 20s and 30s You know a lot of guys in their 20s and 30s are still courting. They’re still going out on dates They’re still going out and having fun their body is more resilient So they tend to take a little bit more risks Physically in terms of maybe drinking a little bit more and a person who is a little bit older in their 40s and 50s may already be settled down may really already have a Strong solid routine and you also have a lot of experience so that experience is cumulative and it counts So there’s no doubt that often times a person in their 40s and 50s can make terrific games Because of the all of those things combined a real solid workout routine a good foundation of knowledge and then also excellent habits for myself personally I make better gains now than when I was in my 20s and 30s because I didn’t know what I was doing you know everything wasn’t was an experiment and Now I I continue to develop. I continue to make gains and I actually think it’s easier But that really we’re not comparing the 25 [year-old] victor to the 40 year-old victor anymore, right? Because there’s no such thing. There’s no comparison. [yeah], if I knew then what I know now It’s not supposed to happen that way you can’t you can only know? Really through experience so whether it’s there’s any energy [in] pondering if a 25 year old victor made faster gains than a 40 year old victor and It keeps me stuck And not progressing now if I were to answer that question until you know you can’t make gains [that] would hurt you but it would also be untrue and it would also hurt Individuals who were in their 20s and 30s to say you can make gains faster now than when you’re in your 40s because that’s not True either because [a] lot is dependent upon your experience. Have you trained and your habits, so To sum it up. [you] are where you [are]? There’s no sense in pondering where you could have been you are not born in the wrong Era with the wrong parents in the wrong Color or the wrong gender or the wrong sexuality all of that is perfectly fine and right where it is All you have to do is focus on where you are now and how to move forward not comparing yourself to your former self which doesn’t Not around anymore. It’s all one. It’s all one the whole time, so enjoy your 40 to 50 year old experience your wisdom your intellect and everything you’ve learned has been cumulative so that now you can make gains as If you were in your 20s and 30s because you have the wherewithal and the understanding and the knowledge of how to do that, which [you] didn’t have Despite having maybe a better recovery and better healing mechanism in the body so It’s all good. Peace blood mussels visit me a big natural say hello on Facebook. Take care. Bye

14 thoughts on “Muscle Gains and Building Muscle in Your 40’s and 50’s with Victor Costa Vicsnatural

  1. The past means nothing, except for what you've learned, so stop worrying about what may or may not have been possible. The only thing that matters is that you are in the here and now and what actions you can take going forward to improve your situation in the future. So the question you should ask yourself is this: how will the future you five years hence, who has been training correctly and consistently, compare to the future you who has not trained at all during that time. In five years you can be much better than you are now and much better than how you will be if you don't train at all. The time passes nonetheless, so the choice is yours: improve or don't improve.

  2. what would a good workout routine for 45 yr old man
    I've been working out for 6 months.but hanvnt really got good routine.I have been doing chest triceps back n bi just wondering if that's a good routine or not

  3. I needed to hear this so much today. I am 61 years old with cerebral palsy and I am making gains now after laying off strength training for years. I am not going to lie to you. The workouts are much harder on me than when I was in my twenties, but it is so worth it.

  4. H e y vic how are ya and glade see you. 55 as of this month. Use to do powerlifting and BJJ. As of now going back to the gym and BJJ Academy. I'm so so out of shape. Thanks for your tip. Much love brother.

  5. Creatine protein and hard work, job done, 50 now last thing to go is that last li bit of belly fat, dam I hate working abbs.

  6. YouTube was not around in my 20โ€™s and was just getting started in my 30โ€™s. It has been a wealth of information for health and fitness. Much better off now in my opinion.

  7. Hey There! Thanks a lot for this useful video. By the way, I notice a lot of people keep on talking about Custokebon Secrets (look on google search engine), but I'm not sure if it is really good. Have you thought about Custokebon Secrets? I've heard several unbelivable things about it and my mate lost tons of weight with it, but she refuses to tell me ๐Ÿ™

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *