Aging Fit Not Frail
It is never too late to begin your journey back to wellness. This page is to motivate, inspire and educate you to help you improve your well-being and fitness one step at a time.
The information on this site is for educational purposes only and does not substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.
Most people tend to focus on one type of exercise or activity and think they’re doing enough. Research has shown that it’s important to get all four types of exercise: endurance, strength, balance, and flexibility. Each one has different benefits. Doing one kind also...
Wouldn’t you like to know the true age of the body you are living in? There is an impressive scientifically based assessment tool you can use to determine how your health stacks up against other people in your age group. The assessment tool is...
How does magnesium figure into golf? Just like anything that might improve your game, magnesium is a secret weapon that most people don’t even realize they should pay attention to. I never realized the importance of magnesium until I attended the...
Online Video Resources
There are some very helpful videos available on-line that can inspire you in your wellness and exercise journey. Please check with your doctor first before starting any exercise program to find the best fit for you!
Ogie Shaw - TEDxSpokane
Ogie Shaw is a reknowned speaker who presents his views on staying motivated to exercise, measuring fitness levels and recommends exercises to become fit. His TEDx Talk is very inspiring and a favorite of mine.
Physical Activity for Older People
It is very tempting to think we are “too old” and “too frail” to participate in physical activites. It’s very motivating to see how other people take that important first step to increasing physical exercise.
National Institute on Aging at NIH
There is a tremendous amount of free information on topics such as physical fitness, healthy eating, cognitive health and research information. Start here to learn more.