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Age's impact on PE

Age's impact on PE

I was curious, how much those a persons age impact how fast they gain doing PE. Do say longer people generally have faster gains then a older person? Or is it about even, and any variation has to do with the individual and not age.

Originally Posted by emberstone

I was curious, how much those a persons age impact how fast they gain doing PE. Do say longer people generally have faster gains then a older person? Or is it about even, and any variation has to do with the individual and not age.

From what I am hearing so far age doesn’t matter, but there is theories.

We’ve had the vague belief around here that younger guys have more elastic tissues that are therefore harder to deform which means a more difficult time getting gains. While the older men have less resilient tissues that yield more easily to the exercises and thus they see easier gains. Not true for everyone by any means, but the idea has been here for some years.

Originally Posted by westla90069
While the older men have less resilient tissues that yield more easily to the exercises and thus they see easier gains.

While I understand that this not a definite, what is generally considered the age group where gains might be a little easier to be had?

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Originally Posted by westla90069
While the older men have less resilient tissues that yield more easily to the exercises and thus they see easier gains.

Yesssss….
LWH (age 50)

“Louie, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship”
- Humphrey Bogart to Claude Raines, Casablanca

In general the youngest group here, 18 - 19 years old, appear to be having the easiest gains. I last updated my analysis of it back in June (post #31).

Gains in relation to age

Note that beenthere’s poll is a self-reporting thing. We have a lot of younger members and they may “outvote” the older ones simply because there are more of them. The poll does not necessarily mean that younger men gain easier than older ones.

Originally Posted by longwidehard

Quote:

Originally Posted by westla90069

While the older men have less resilient tissues that yield more easily to the exercises and thus they see easier gains.

Yesssss….

LWH (age 50)

I’ll back that up. age 54

I think that beentheres poll was seperated so that each age group had their own percentages equal to 100% For example, instead of the 18-19 Easy Gainers being 40 votes or 14%, it should instead be 40 votes out of 81, about 50%.

If you did it for each age group, I think it would not only read much better but you could absorb a lot more of the info much easier

Almost 51 here. I’m seeing some good gains (.25” L X 3/8” G) in my first few months. Whether my age is a factor or just seeing newbie gains, I don’t know.

Originally Posted by westla90069
Note that beenthere’s poll is a self-reporting thing. We have a lot of younger members and they may “outvote” the older ones simply because there are more of them. The poll does not necessarily mean that younger men gain easier than older ones.

westla,

Look at my figures from post #31 in that poll thread. It isolates each group. For instance, back when I charted it there were 258 total votes as shown below. In the 18-19 age group the 48% in the EG category is based on the 71 votes total for the 18-19 group and none of the other groups. The number of 18-19 year olds voting EG, out of the 71 that voted, were 48% of that age group. The 48% has nothing to do with the 258 total votes. In the 20-29 age group the 22% for EG is based on the 74 votes total for that group and none of the other groups. The 22% represents how many 20-29 year olds, out of 74 total votes for that age group, voted that they are having easy gains. The chart percentages isolate each group. It’s not based on total overall votes. I only mentioned the total overall votes at the top of the chart for completeness. Converting the EG, MG, and HG to percentages not only gives us an idea of what is occurring, the percentages also help to offset the unequal voting totals in each category. It would be better if there were more votes in each category, especially in the 70+ group. However, equal voting numbers in each group isn’t necessary. There has been more voting since I looked at it after 258 votes - it’s actually at 288 votes now.
Below is my post#31 in that thread:

Current is 258 votes:

Age————————EG————————MG————————HG—————Votes
18-19———————48%———————34%———————-18%————-71
20-29———————22%———————55%———————-23%————-74
30-39———————16%———————47%———————-36%————-32
40-49———————20%———————50%———————-30%————-40
50-59———————27%———————55%———————-18%————-22
60-69———————27%———————33%———————-40%————-15
70+————————25%———————50%———————-25%————-4


Last edited by beenthere : 10-26-2006 at .

Originally Posted by Springer240
I think that beentheres poll was seperated so that each age group had their own percentages equal to 100% For example, instead of the 18-19 Easy Gainers being 40 votes or 14%, it should instead be 40 votes out of 81, about 50%.

If you did it for each age group, I think it would not only read much better but you could absorb a lot more of the info much easier

I just now see your post. Yes, each group had their own percentages to equal 100% in my chart.

Yes, I took the poll results and did that for each group so that the info could be absorbed better.

The poll doesn’t necessarily prove age is strongly related to gains, as other factors could somehow influence the results. It does seem to indicate age has at least some influence, and maybe more. Still though, perhaps time, energy, and other factors might play a role in the results.

It has been opinion in the past that the older guys in general were having the easiest gains. Upon examination that doesn’t appear to be exactly so.

You’re correct. I hadn’t looked at it in a long while and just glanced at the first page when I made my comment.

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