Though I am creeping up in age, I just refuse to throw in the towel.
My current and most critical battle is against sarcopenia. As best I can tell it affects the aged to varying degrees. I feel that I am in the upper half on the bad side.
I have been experiencing muscle loss since my mid 40’s, where I noticed the medial head of my gastrocnemious waste from the insertion upward. I also noticed my lower pecs wasting from the lower part of the center of my chest.
By the time I hit 60 my strength began to noticeably decline and muscles too. By the time I was 65 I needed both hips replaced and did so.
On the positive side, I have become sufficiently weak enough that injuries are no longer a concern (which was always the case since I turned 27).
Do you have any training, supplement, pharmaceutical ideas that might help retard the progress of sarcopenia?
[I am on TRT and take a multitude of supplements. I competed in bodybuilding and had pretty good success through the '70’s, '80’s, and '90’s. I have lifted weights since I was 19 and also powerlifted well enough to occasionally place during my bodybuilding competition years. I keep about the same dietary habits now as I did then.]