Category Archives: Fitness For Seniors

Staying Strong At 60 – What The Magazines Aren’t Telling You…

Tweet Staying strong at 60 and beyond is a very important component in your quest to enjoy your current lifestyle and set yourself up for an enjoyable and active retirement. Yet fitness magazines and most personal trainers will give you … Continue reading


 

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Weightlifting And Exercise: No Brain, No Gain!

Tweet Weightlifting, bodybuilding and powerlifting have all come a long way since they were first popularized in the 1970’s. The gyms were hardcore – almost exclusively barbells, dumbbells and benches. Workouts were 3 – 4 hours long, and everyone was … Continue reading


 

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Fitness For Seniors – Take Back Your Health!

Tweet Health and fitness are major concerns for most seniors, usually because they’ve spent decades ignoring those topics. If that includes YOU, at what age did you decide your fitness level wasn’t a priority? Fortunately in most cases it’s not … Continue reading


 

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Bodybuilding at 60 – Quest For My Best!

Tweet Weightlifting has proven to produce a healthy response in people up to, and over, 100 years of age. There are a myriad of benefits to exercising regularly, and lifting weights helps with everything from blood sugars and hypertension to … Continue reading


 

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Fitness Over 50: 5 Stages To Getting Back In Shape

Tweet If you’re over 50 and noticeably out of shape, heading out to the gym to start lifting weights, running on the treadmill or using an elliptical may not be the best idea – in fact it could have horrible, … Continue reading


 

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