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You’re Never Too Old to Exercise!

17Sep

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Written by Julia

Here’s proof that you’re never too old to exercise!

We all hear about exercise and how it can help us retain our strength and stamina as we grow older.  Most of the time we either doubt the things we read or we say “Maybe for some people, but not me.”  Well, I recently ran across an exercise video that really is inspiring.  If you stay active ALL YOUR LIFE you can remain independent, strong and healthy.  Well, don’t just take my word for it…WATCH THIS!

 

 

If you aren’t inspired after watching this lovely lady it would be amazing.  And don’t forget, you can always START TODAY and still reap the many, many benefits exercise will produce.  It doesn’t matter how old you are.  You can start adding activity to your daily routine and begin to be healthier right away.

If you’ve been active all your life, you know the importance of remaining active so you can finish strong!

But don’t worry if you have been sort of a couch potato up to now.  Gradually adding different activity into your lifestyle will definitely help you.  You have all your life right now to become much more healthy.

If you’re not sure what is safe, fun, appropriate or you just need new ideas, call Julia Johnson, Certified Personal Trainer for people over 50, at Life In Motion Fitness.  Click to contact Julia.

 

About the author
Julia
Julia has been a certified personal trainer since 1999 with personal training certifications from the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and the National Exercise Training Association (NETA). She has been a certified group exercise instructor since the early 90's with certifications from NETA and the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA). She has owned and operated a private personal training business since 2010. With her extensive experience in the fitness field, she has been successful in developing strength and conditioning programs for individuals in a variety of age groups from teens to seniors.
~ Julia ~