wisdom of the ageless

Homework(outs)!

The majority of our clients that we have, work out at home with their own equipment.  We are experts in teaching you how to fitness train at home, because that is where we do our own training for 65 – 70% of our time.  We do also go to a gym primarily to use some

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Slow Food in a Fast World

Those who know me know that I use my crockpot a lot.  In fact, we have two of them going sometimes. I especially like them when we are busy on weekends and want a hot, delicious meal with meat and vegetables and a salad on the side.  Today I have beef shanks with lots marrow

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Stressed? Exercise or Meditate!

With the uncertainty in our economy today, many people are stressed out.  Many people use unhealthy coping mechanisms to deal with stress and their previous good habits such as eating nourishing foods and daily exercise fall by the wayside. Because you have stress in your life is all the more reason to eat healthy food

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A Long & Strong Future!

Spending an hour on the treadmill isn’t enough.  Neither is walking the dog.  As you age, your body is in a state of deterioration, starting as early as age 30.  By age 50, most of us will have lost over 20% of our muscle mass.  This means age-related weight gain as we gain more body

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How Are You Accountable?

I have 5 clients all named “Linda”.  The Linda I am referring to in this blog wanted to be accountable for her wellness goals in 2016.  So, she showed me how she was being accountable and in detail too!  I invited her to text me every day to let me know that she got a

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It’s Never Too Late to Start!

If you have been pondering about getting more physically fit for this new year, then the time is               Jack and I both work with Baby Boomers and clients slightly younger than us, and somewhat older than us clients (and a good measure of young clients too – to

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