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Live to Be 100

Simple fitness goals for your 20s, 30s, 40s and beyond that will help you hit the century mark.

Men in Their 30s

Once you hit your 30s, you can start to move away from muscle-building activities a little bit and focus more on fi tness. Young guys are more able to move around, but thirtysomethings are a little stiffer and start putting on more weight. So now you have to worry about not burning as many calories. Hopefully you have a job, you probably have a family, and those things may slow down your ability to work out and play sports with your friends. So there’s a trade-off : a little more flexibility training but fewer muscle-building training sessions.

Check Yourself

No. of Push-Ups you should be able to do: 25-29 No. of sit-ups you should be able to do: 30-34 Health Screenings you should be getting: - Cholesterol (every 5 years) - Thyroid stimulating hormone (every other year) - Eye exam (every two years) The Age Brackets:





Fifties and Beyond



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