Exercising for the older aged population is fantastic for wellbeing

I know from first hand experience people don’t like the term anti- aging. When you use a negative your only highlighting the other term, and when we talk about anti-aging, we think about getting old. It reminds us, we age and grow old. All people are aging every, minute after minute of every day–some people age faster, yet the point is aging is natural and healthy. I prefer the term aging authentically because it indicates a positive approach to birthdays and larger numbers.
Many on longboat Key have long celebrated their 50th and even 60th birthdays. Some have had personal trainers for more than 10-15 or 20 years and others are starting to consider the benefit of personal training on longboat key even at an older age. While society at large may want to keep older exercisers as frail and fragile,these masters are just getting started. No one told them they shouldn’t be able to do a a squat at 75 or be able to touch their toes even if they never have before. Sure, the body changes as the years pass, but does that mean a person has to fall apart, absolutely not.
I have a 93-year-old client that can do perfect push ups. For sure,he is a singular example for many that getting older, pushing 65 and beyond is not a mandate to be falling apart. People can choose to take the power of their bodies into their control and create harmony,balance and wellness at any age, even if they have acquired a few bad habits along the way. The world we live in is created by us, through us and only we have the power to change our situation. With that I tell all people looking to feel better, move better and look better, to start right now, whether you are 50 or 85. Now is the best time !

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