Being fit and healthy is all about the lifestyle, and not the quick fix, so let’s take a glimpse at the habits that fit people have. These following five habits are held by successfully fit people at any age! Let’s see if you could apply some to your own life.
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What did you do on the Fourth of July? Apply the inspiration of two gentlemen (over 70-years-old) to your gym workouts, yoga practices, golf game – whatever you enjoy now and want to continue enjoying.
If Baby Boomers wonder why they struggle with weight, they might look no farther than their hand. First, smartphones and other conveniences are essentially adding 500 calories a day to our diets compared to a few decades ago, a new book says. That translates to about a pound a week if we don’t exercise enough.
Big life changes often follow a moment of clarity that can be startling, liberating or even painful. For Gina Gross, 59, her epiphany came while she and her husband were taking a tour of a gym in their new community.
Starting a new fitness journey doesn’t always mean that we have to go it alone. Having a good support system or someone to join you on the journey can make for a great experience. Terry Lemons has been working with a Functional Aging Specialist for over a year now, and the impact it has had on him has been life-changing.
Amanda Hockley loves gardening in her backyard. But a couple of years ago, painful arthritis began getting in the way of her favorite hobby – which requires stamina, flexibility and strength. Since exercise can relieve arthritis pain, Amanda joined a functional fitness personal studio for small group personal training sessions a year ago. Read her story -
The couple that exercises together stays together. Here are five ways working out together can help a romantic pairing.
Greg Kiel at 71, has been working with a Functional Aging Specialist for almost three years and has noticed a huge change in his life. Read his full story
Exercising with a group helps ensure success. Some people prefer to get fit alone. Others are joiners – happiest when they’re working out and playing with friends or other folks. That’s Diane Firmani, a 64-year-old multi-athlete who stays active outdoors all year long in Wasilla, Alaska. Read her story