You're over 50? Who Says You Can't Workout?

My father was a bonafied fitness freak. He would get up at 4:30am to go to the gym then call me almost after every workout just to let me know what he worked on, how he felt, etc. The cool part of that is he didn't start working out until he was in his 60's. Although he passed away 5 years ago at the age of 76, he still made me so proud that he loved the gym. The truth is, it is never to late to start your health and fitness lifestyle. Research has shown that even moderate exercise for those over 50 years old gives as much protection from disease as an extensive exercise routine provides to younger people. Studies also show that after the age of 40, we lose an average of 8% of our muscle mas

Should A Certified Personal Trainer Practice What They Preach?

I do feel there is an obvious answer to this "age-old" question, but before I give my obvious answer lets dig into what a certified personal trainer is. Although there are hundreds of different definitions, I personally like Wikipedia's definition the best https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Personal_trainer#:~:text=A%20personal%20trainer%20is%20an,with%20medical%20clearance%20to%20exercise.: It states: A personal trainer is an individual who has earned a certification that demonstrates they have achieved a level of competency for creating and delivering safe and effective exercise programs for apparently healthy individuals and groups or those with medical clearance to exercise. They motivate cli

Invest In Your Health Like You Invest In Those New Shoes, Boats, Homes...(Insert Materialistic Item

We, as people, are quick to invest in anything other than our health. We will invest in: cars, retirement funds, clothes, homes, and shoes. My question is this, if you become sick or heaven forbid, pass away, what do these items really mean then? What do these types of investments mean if you're not alive and able to enjoy them? The single most important investment we should have is our health. I'm not telling you to avoid paying your bills, or avoid working hard and acquiring the material items/things that you've earned, but in the forefront of all of these should be your health. I consider this blog more of a "Come To Jesus" moment. My clients are very familiar with these types of conversa

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