I don’t think there is a specific age that can apply to everyone. I think you would have to judge by how physically in shape a person is. It wouldn’t matter how old the person was, but if their body can’t handle a lot of stress like from lifting then they should take it easy.
Not necessarily, the general rule of thumb is that you should stop lifting weights when you cannot lift without pain. Muscle-building exercises can improve strength in most older adults, but many questions remain about muscle loss and aging. However, even moderate exercises can have long-term health benefits when preformed daily, and people who are physically active longer, or more intensely, derive greater benefits.
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