You’ve heard me say it a hundred times – physical activity is a necessary part of a healthy lifestyle. You can eat clean 365 days a year, but if you don’t move your body, you’re not giving it everything that it needs to function optimally – nor are you truly “healthy”. Women that are over the age of 60 have to be very selective when choosing physical activities to partake in. For us lovely ladies that are in this age group, it’s normal to experience certain aches and pains.Read More
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Every woman I speak to tells me how much she hates her lower half. If you’re in that group this workout video is for you. “No More Jiggle: Over 60 Legs and Butt Workout” is an intense yet easy to follow exercise routine that is guaranteed to get your heart racing and tone and sculpt your legs and butt. If you feel like your tush can almost touch the ground, now is the time to get cracking (couldn’t resist) and follow along with this video.Read More
Things inevitably change as we transition into our sixties. For many of us groovy gals, we enter the decade with new experiences, and likely some new aches and pains, too. In order to maintain a consistently healthy lifestyle, we have to adjust our diets and exercise to accommodate this next phase in our lives.Read More
While the start of a new calendar year can be the perfect time to set new fitness goals, it’s up to us, ladies, to listen to our bodies to set realistic, smart and safe fitness goals. What’s the benefit? It’s two-fold. Fitness isn’t a one-size-fits-all mentality. No two women are the same – and those of us in our fifties and sixties certainly aren’t in the same place as women in their twenties and thirties. Our bodies are different, and we have to account for these differences when we set our fitness goals. The benefit here is that if we take the time to recognize and set smaller, realistic goals, we’re more likely to accomplish them.
It’s already hard sticking to a workout routine, but it’s also hard trying to exercise when you’re too sore to workout. It’s easy to throw in the towel and do nothing, but it’s best to stay proactive to get back to your routine. Here’s how to reduce soreness and get back to your workout program quickly!Read More