Just Move: Debunking Myths About Exercise And Sleep

"The more we study physical activity, the more we realize that it doesn't really matter what you do," Lieberman says. "You don't have to do incredible strength training ... to get some benefits of physical activity. There's all different kinds of physical activity, and it's all good in different ways." *On how chairs with backs … Continue reading Just Move: Debunking Myths About Exercise And Sleep

Real Life Benefits of Exercise

Did I think as an 18 year old, "I better start exercising now cause one day I'll by 60 years old and boy oh boy I'll be SO glad I started." lol. Nope. I was seeking relief from a painful back ache. But here I am now, in my 60th year reaping the benefits of … Continue reading Real Life Benefits of Exercise

Post COVID Fitness

I’ve been doing outdoor training long before it was cool (& now necessary). With moving along to level 2 of the reopening plan, it's time! Time to journey back into healing and health. I am thrilled to partner with you in that journey.With over 4 decades as a fitness professional, expert in getting fit and … Continue reading Post COVID Fitness

Fitness Freak

Sometimes I can feel a bit of a freak. The early morning darkness. The kiss of frigid across my cheeks. The bellyache breathing. Heart pounding pulse. Heaviness in the legs as I check if someone poured concrete in my runners. Then the head gets cleared in the monotony of steps. Then I’m done and it … Continue reading Fitness Freak

How To Live Longer Better

TIME magazine published a double-issue in February of this year How To Live Longer Better! "A 2016 study found that elderly people who exercised for just 15 minutes a day, at an intensity level of a brisk walk, had a 22% lower risk of early death compared to people who did not exercise." "Researchers from … Continue reading How To Live Longer Better

Higher aerobic fitness associated with better word production skills in healthy seniors

Here we have more good news on the exercise/brain front. Eat less; move more; live longer really works on all levels it seems. Healthy older people who exercise regularly are less inclined to struggle to find words to express themselves, research led by the University of Birmingham has discovered.........Higher aerobic fitness associated with better word … Continue reading Higher aerobic fitness associated with better word production skills in healthy seniors