Katey Holtgrave, Age 57 Talk About Your Diet Strategy: I have a very sensitive stomach, so I try to eat pretty clean and I have to stay away from dairy. I’m not saying I don’t make poor choices from time to time, but I try. When I do deviate from my routine, I just … [Read more...] about Fitness Wisdom: “Be Disciplined And The Motivation Will Follow!” (Part 2 of 2)
Exercise and Fitness
Throughout our school days, we learn about the importance of setting goals and taking the necessary steps to achieve those goals. But then, somewhere along the line as adults, life happens and our goals often take a backseat to fussy babies, the 9-5 workday, and home repairs. … [Read more...] about Goal Making: Imagine Your Ideal Life
Victor Lee, 69 What Are Some Tips For Someone Looking To See Results Fast (Physically Or Mentally)? Start small and build. The most important part of any fitness program is that you can sustain it over time. That means finding activities that you enjoy and that you will … [Read more...] about The Path To Being Fit: Have Realistic Expectations & Be Patient. (Part 2 of 2)
Sciatic nerve pain, also known as sciatica, is a type of back pain that can be very troublesome. “Sciatic pain is pain that radiates from the sciatic nerve, located in the lower back, down the leg,” says Bradley Wheeldon, PT with Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy. The pain … [Read more...] about Oh My Aching Back!
Victor Lee, Age 69 How did you get started on your fitness journey? Retirement at age 65 provided me with the opportunity to rebuild and maintain a higher level of functional fitness for a more successful and enjoyable retirement life. What would you say is the best … [Read more...] about The Path To Being Fit: Start Small. Build Slowly. Choose Activities You Enjoy (Part 1 of 2)