I hope we cannot find it anywhere.
Let me a little bit kinder in my answer and give an example: the great Jack LaLanne passed away a very short time ago at the age of 96. He never stopped working out and was an example to generations. In his eighties, he’d still give many people much younger a run for the money. Why would I have wanted to find age-specific training information, had I been fortunate enough to train him?
As trainers, we have all the tools for assessments and evaluations to find the best program for a client. In my believe, age is not a consideration at all. As I assess, assess, assess, I take it from where I find a person to be and look at their goals. Yes, of course, there tend to be a correlation between certain medical problems and certain age groups; but then I just take the problem, whatever it happens to be, into account and age, yet, never enters the picture.