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Fitness Over 60

Fitness over 60 is essential to getting the most from life. Learn how to start running. Get inspired to get in the best shape of your life. This is your time. Make it count!

Is Bike Riding Still an Option for Those Over 60?
10 months ago

Is Bike Riding Still an Option for Those Over 60?

If you’ve ever been asked this question, you know the answer is a resounding YES. For many of us, it’s difficult to imagine our parents on a bicycle in their 60s, 70s and even 80s. Luckily, things have changed. Read More

9 (Unexpected) Fall-Inspired Fitness Ideas for Women Over 50
11 months ago

9 (Unexpected) Fall-Inspired Fitness Ideas for Women Over 50

Cooler weather is just around the corner, and that means time to plan for some fun, health-boosting fall fitness activities! Don’t miss this quick essential list! Read More

Try the Housework Gym Routine: Get Your Body and House in Shape Together!
11 months ago

Try the Housework Gym Routine: Get Your Body and House in Shape Together!

Why pay for the gym, when real life chores are so much more beneficial? Not to mention, I need a solution that saves time, money and is practical. It’s a retirement conundrum: the gym has become inconvenient. Read More

3 Fun Ways to Stay Active After 60 (That You Might Not Have Thought Of)
11 months ago

3 Fun Ways to Stay Active After 60 (That You Might Not Have Thought Of)

When it comes to staying active and getting exercise, it’s so easy to tap into your go-to list of low-impact activities like yoga, cycling, tennis, dancing, swimming, golfing and hiking. Read More

4 Painless Steps to Starting Weight Lifting for Seniors
11 months ago

4 Painless Steps to Starting Weight Lifting for Seniors

Let’s do a quick word association game: What comes to mind when you think of weight lifting? If you’re like most people, one or more of the following popped into your head: Big beefy muscles; Lots of grunting, sweating and strutting around taking selfies in tiny tank tops; Pain…
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Get Fit, Have Fun and Make New Friends After 60
11 months ago

Get Fit, Have Fun and Make New Friends After 60

Sounds too good to be true, right? But in all honesty, it is possible. Exercise is much more fun when we can make it a social event – and if food is involved, so much the better.

Here are 4 ways to make new friends and get fit, simultaneously: Read More

Think You Don’t Have Time to Experience the Benefits of Walking? Think Again!
12 months ago

Think You Don’t Have Time to Experience the Benefits of Walking? Think Again!

Most of us know that exercising is one of the secrets to good health after 60. Unfortunately, unlike the midlife men and women that you see on TV, baby boomers in the real world are busy. We are juggling careers, pursuing our passions, staying engaged with our families and preparing for the next phase of our lives. Read More

5 Ways to Find the Motivation to Continue Your Weight Loss and Fitness Journey After 50
1 year ago

5 Ways to Find the Motivation to Continue Your Weight Loss and Fitness Journey After 50

The ideal approach to losing weight and getting fit is based on positive preference rather than harsh self-denial. The key is to consciously choose to weigh less and be in better shape as a preference over the old habits of over-eating and avoiding exercise. Read More

Former Tennis Pro, Chris Evert, Gives Fitness Tips *Just for Boomers*
1 year ago

Former Tennis Pro, Chris Evert, Gives Fitness Tips *Just for Boomers*

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“I’m too tired.” “I don’t have time.” “I don’t have the right equipment.” “It hurts my bones/muscles/brain.” The laundry list of excuses that all of us have for not exercising is seemingly never-ending and finding the time and motivation to stay active and fit is something that many of us struggle with. Read More

3 Ways to Start Exercising After 60: A Guide for Beginners
1 year ago

3 Ways to Start Exercising After 60: A Guide for Beginners

If you’re the one person on the planet who’s not on Facebook, congrats.

You’ve saved yourself from debilitating bouts of FOMO (fear of missing out) due to viewing travel photos from exotic locales, idealistic visits with perfectly well-behaved grandchildren and other fairy tale visions suitable for a Disney movie. Read More