New Research Shows How You Don't Have to Slow Down as You Age.

Dr. Michaud's new article, THE BEST WAY TO PREVENT AGE-RELATED DECREASES IN RUNNING PERFORMANCE, examines the causes of age-related muscle loss (called sarcopenia) and what you can do to stay strong. Older runners slow down not because they get weaker in their hips and knees, but because they get weaker in specific muscles of their calves and feet.