50kg (110 lb) Overhead Press

Stats:
50 years old next month

68kg (149 lbs) body weight this morning

Lift performed on 12/26/22

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5 thoughts on “50kg (110 lb) Overhead Press

  1. Ron

    Good press Mike! Good speed and form.
    As an aside, what are your thoughts on the usefulness of an IGF-1 test as an indicator of mortality/disease?

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    1. Michael Lustgarten Post author

      Thanks Ron. It’s important, but what’s optimal is very debatable. I’d argue that maintaining youthful levels (200 – 300) may be optimal, but all-cause mortality data shows lower than that may be best. However, those studies are in people much older than me, with lower values being a likely sign of pathology.

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      1. Ron

        Thanks Mike.
        I had heard V. Longo and few others say 120-160 for longevity, not sure that’s going to optimize health span though. Was debating whether it was even a biomarker with following.

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