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Finding the Right Balance of Cardio and Strength Training After 40

As we age, it becomes increasingly important to maintain a healthy balance of cardio and strength training in our fitness routines. While...

Flexible & Strong After Forty

How to Incorporate Functional Fitness into Your Exercise Routine After 40

Are you over 40 and find the usual workout routines too tough? Try functional fitness! It is a great way to build strength,...

Active After Forty

How to Stay Motivated to Exercise After 40

Setting Goals Set goals for your exercise routine! It’s great motivation. Goals give you something to work towards and you can track your...

Healthy Eating After Forty

Healthy Eating After 40: 8 Tips to Boost Your Body and Mind

As we age, our bodies undergo several changes, making maintaining a healthy weight and good overall health challenging. However, with the proper diet...

Active After Forty

Why It’s Important to Stay Active After 40: The Benefits of Exercise

If you’re over the age of 40, you might be feeling like it’s too late to start exercising. After all, your body isn’t...

Healthy Eating After Forty

Some of The Best Foods to Eat for Optimal Health After 40

As we age, it’s important to make sure that we are fueling our bodies with the right nutrients to maintain optimal health. Proper...

Flexible & Strong After Forty

Strength Training for Middle-Aged Adults

Strength training is an essential part of staying fit and healthy for middle-aged adults. As we age, our muscle mass and bone density...

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