by Marc D Thompson. As we age, there are certain tweaks and changes that need to be made in our exercise routines and plans. Here are a few basic areas to focus if you are between 40 and 60. 1. Keep boredom at bay, be creative.2. Vary activities, very day, every time.3. Increase Flexibility training4. Continue Cardiovascular training5. Change up Strength training6. Play sports such as tennis, golf7. Focus on Core training8. Incorporate Balance training9. Add Mental training10. Practice Yoga
80% off Americans, at some point in their lives, with suffer from chronic or acute low back pain. That’s a frightening statistic.
That's why here on The Balance Guy I beat you over the head with core, strength and mobility. It's that important.
We need to stay on top of low back pain, whether your suffering or not. This is why I do this exercise most days of the week.
LEG LOWERING EXERCISE
Tip- breath all the air out of your lungs as you lower the leg towards the floor. Do 10-15 rep on both sides.
If gardens, allotments and lawns were all cared for organically it would undoubtedly create a healthier and stronger environment for us all.But even those with a disposition towards sustainability and self-sufficiency can still learn a thing or two about building a natural plot of garden paradise, from websites such as Agrarian Organics. So here are a few organic gardening tips to turn your green space into a greener space.
A client and me at the MS Walk. Liz is a testament of perseverance, in spite of her limitations! She goes for it every week during our sessions. I learn as much from her as she may learn from me. It was a wonderful day and great event.
Today is a special day for me, I can say it is out with the old and in with the new. Sometimes in life we take a path where faith is required to move forward. In my fitness, health and wellness journey I continue to strive to be more efficient in my craft and postion my clients for success in their goals for fitness and life. I am embarking in a new journey that has come degree of certainty and a bit of uncertainty :-) But through faith it will be incredible, will keep you posted!!
According to the Alzheimer’s Society, there are around 800,000 people in the UK suffering from dementia. It is predicted that this number could increase to 1 million people by 2021 and to 1.7 million by 2051. Alzheimer’s disease is by far the most common cause of dementia, accounting for 62% of the cases.
There's still room to register for the bootcamp classes. Class one runs Mondays/ Wednesdays at 8 am, class two runs Tuesdays/Fridays at 7pm. Don't miss your chance to join a fun, supportive group and get the exercise you've been putting of to do. It's always more fun to sweat with company.