How To Thrive Over 50: A Movement Checklist

One of the definitions Merriam-Webster has for thrive is: “to progress toward or realize a goal despite or because of circumstances.” Your generation can progress towards, maintain or realize a goal of thriving. Of course, you may have a different definition of thriving than the next person (not to mention whatever stereotype general society deems … Continue reading How To Thrive Over 50: A Movement Checklist

Exercise Without Assumptions – Train For Agility

We rarely enjoy it when individuals make assumptions about us based on our beliefs, how we look or our age. When it comes to moving better and exercise don’t let assumptions about your potential hinder you. Regardless of your age, you should be training for a physical experience – life.  I strongly believe that age … Continue reading Exercise Without Assumptions – Train For Agility

Don’t Ignore The Elephant In The Room – Move Better Now To Keep Your Independence

There are things that we can count on one hand that we fear as we age. These fears include disease, disability, and dementia. Exercise can reduce the chances of these, ease the symptoms or improve the overall quality of life and health while living with them. Thus, even if you are living with something like … Continue reading Don’t Ignore The Elephant In The Room – Move Better Now To Keep Your Independence

Squashing the Myths About Exercise for Older Adults – Part 2

Despite our cultural depictions of aging, we all have the ability to age well with the strength, agility and balance to maintain our quality of life and the activities we enjoy. Traditional exercise programs, and even many fitness professionals, often disregard the ability of mature adults and seniors to maintain and gain qualities like strength … Continue reading Squashing the Myths About Exercise for Older Adults – Part 2