Tagged: actively aging

Fitness Over 50 – How Active Older Adults Can Stay Fit

As a fitness trainer, I work out a lot. And because I’ve been doing that for the past 20 years professionally, I can tell you that my body feels different at 50+ than it did at 30, or even 40. As we age, the joints begin to wear down, the impact and insults of time […]

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10 Reasons Yoga is for EveryBODY

Those who practice yoga know that’s it’s great for strength, flexibility, and calms the mind. However, there are certain groups who are hesitant to try because of preconceived notions that they wouldn’t be able to or don’t see the value. We’re here to tell you that yoga is for everybody.

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Training Power As We Age

Training for power, as opposed to just training for strength, adds a time element. Think of power training as high-speed strength. Power training focuses on the speed of the weight lifted compared to strength training where you focus on the amount lifted. This is especially important for athletes, but it’s also important as we get […]

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Active Grandkids – Five Ways to Keep Up!

Staying active and keeping up with your grandkids is essential when you become a grandparent. Being a grandparent is an honor. It’s a fun and exciting time. But grandkids can be restless and energetic because they love to play and are always on the move. By being a grandparent, you’ll want to join in on […]

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Staying Social As We Age

So many aspects of life tend to change as the years go by. But we’re here to tell you that there’s no reason to go it alone! This post calls to mind an ever-relevant line brought to us by the Beatles “I get by with a little help from my friends.” “Friends” in this case, […]

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Staying Active & Fit With Your Grandkids

Grandparents play profoundly important roles in the lives of their grandkids. Establishing connections with your grandkids is important to begin at a young age and can not only can create routines, activities and memories, but also hold you accountable to remain active to enjoy and build on these shared activities as they get older. Here […]

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Member Stories: Margaret and Rose O’Leary – Senior Olympics

Members of Elite Sports Clubs join for many different reasons. Some join to make it their casual workout center. Others join to play tennis. And then there are those, like Margaret and Rose O’Leary who use it to satisfy their competitive nature no matter their age. These competitive sisters use the clubs to play recreational […]

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Member Stories: 90+ Club – Joyce Rohde

When it comes to living a long life, one can assume that eating healthy and remaining active are the two key ingredients, but after talking to a few of our 90-year-old members, there seems to be a third very important ingredient: having positive relationships. See how Joyce Rohde utilizes the clubs and finds a strong […]

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Member Stories: 90+ Club – Jim Williams

When it comes to living a long life, one can assume that eating healthy and remaining active are the two key ingredients, but after talking to a few of our 90-year-old members, there seems to be a third very important ingredient: having positive relationships. See how Jim Williams utilizes the clubs and finds a strong […]

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Member Stories: 90+ Club – Inez Gilbert

When it comes to living a long life, one can assume that eating healthy and remaining active are the two key ingredients, but after talking to a few of our 90-year-old members, there seems to be a third very important ingredient: having positive relationships. See how Inez Gilbert utilizes the clubs and finds a strong […]

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