Look no one is going to start working out for a couple months and look like Arnold Schwarzenegger in a few months. The same is true for 20 year olds that is true for 60 year olds. However, with proper diet and nutrition you can see significant changes in your health.
Older adults may find it harder to gain muscle mass due to natural changes in their bodies, and how you can still achieve your fitness goals even if you are in your 50s, 60s, and beyond.
Yes, it is possible to become a bodybuilder in your 60s. It starts with completing workout programs that are tailored for older adults, and will focus on great workouts that will help to build muscle. This can include five exercises that are designed to target the whole body, such as squats, deadlifts, and chest presses.
A diet plan should also be included which can provide the right nutrition needed for muscle building. Training frequency should also be increased in order to gain muscle mass faster as well as following a diet program specific for building muscle. Lifting weights is important too so you should create a 60 lifting plan with your roadmap including my notes and advice on how to go about it.