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Lead Where Others Dare Follow: Highlights From the IHRSA Convention

Kymberly Williams-Evans, MA

Kymberly leading a session at Rancho la Puerta

I’m going to lead now…. if that’s ok with you.

Do you strive to be a better leader as you advance in life? Perhaps you prefer working with strong leaders. As a group fitness leader myself, I am always looking to learn more about positive, effective leadership. As a baby boomer woman, I particularly appreciate and focus on successful, high profile females. (Some of them are in my exercise classes, cleverly disguised as “retired.”)

Leadership: High Performance Peaks and Pitfalls

So on my last day attending the IHRSA International Trade Show and Convention, I eagerly toodled off to a session led by club owner and fitness pro,  Trina Gray, entitled Leadership: High Performance Peaks and Pitfalls (IHRSA is the primary trade association serving the health and fitness club industry). Up to then, I had been a little frustrated to see so few females selected by IHRSA for sessions, panels, and roundtables. Finally, here was a woman who was surpassing her own business and financial goals, making life-changing differences in her community, and inspiring people to commit to get fit. A youngish woman. In a mini-skirt. With flouncy hair, and a huggy, metaphysical air. Yes, this could be interesting!

Lead Yourself Or A Community

Stat on deaths from IHRSA 2014

Combating such stats needs good leaders!

Trina was a delight and loaded with personality, energy, and insightful comments on ways to improve our leadership abilities. Even if the only person you want to lead is yourself, you will appreciate some of her tips. Trina has the chops to dish the tips too. (Like those food metaphors?) She founded the Bay Athletic Club in Alpena, Michigan, one of the poorest counties in one of the unhealthiest states in America. Fast food, smoking, illness, and obesity were a way of life in this small town until Trina’s efforts helped make more than half her community healthier.

Snippets, Suggestions, and Strategies

Take a stationary bike ride with me through some of her leadership suggestions and quoteables:

“Look for something every day that can make you a better leader.” I am up for the challenge. Are you? (Bossing my husband around doesn’t count as leadership, darn it anyway).

“Don’t look for people to follow you. Look for people to believe in where you are going.” This quote was one of my favorite!

“Do you show people how amazing they are? Or have you focused on how amazing you are?”

“It takes leadership not just to take feedback but to put that feedback into action.”

“Success is not convenient.” I was a little confused by this quote until Trina gave us the example of fast food. It’s convenient, but does it take us where we want to go?

Seth Godin Keynote Speaker for IHRSA

Leaders are Connectors

More High Performance Tips from Trina

  • Stop asking for so much advice. Do more; ask less.
  • Remove people in life who suck your energy. Protect your energy.
  • Money is flowing all around you. Success and money are unlimited. You don’t need permission to succeed. Being successful does not take from anyone else.

Which of the above suggestions resonates with you most? Have your views on leadership changed with time and age? What have you experienced today that can help you become a better leader? Share in the comments below.

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Fitness Products & Trends That Caught Our Eye for 2014

Alexandra Williams, MA
pic at Total Gym booth at IHRSA 2014

7:30 am Circuit Class

March was a busy convention month, as we went right from the Natural Products Expo over to the IHRSA convention, which serves the health and fitness club industry. The majority of attendees are club owners or managers, and we go every year to learn the latest, both for products and industry trends.

We stop at Expo booths that catch our eye because they have something that will work for us as instructors, or for you, our readers and radio show listeners, or because there appears to be a fun or unique baby boomer angle.

pic of Sproing machines

Our knees like the Sproing workout system

As the major players for all the fitness equipment and machines are exhibiting their latest inventions or upgrades, it makes perfect sense that they offer workouts in their booths. So we got up at super-pre-dawn o’clock and did a circuit class with Total Gym, followed by a really boingy and sproingy “run” on the Sproing  not a treadmill “soft surface system.” We loved both, especially the Sproing, as we have crappy, genetically flawed reconstructed knees from our superstar soccer days (the word “superstar” needs to be read with a twinkle in your eye).

pic at the Regupol booth IHRSA 2014

Getting irregular with Regupol

Speaking of needing to exercise on soft surfaces, we had some fun goofing off testing out the shock absorption of the flooring surfaces at the Regupol booth. Made of post-consumer tires and post-industrial rubber, we did our best recycled splits!

To recover from all our hard work, we invited ourselves into the sauna room at the Helo booth. The heat was on!! Actually, after only a few hours’ sleep, we were kind of tempted to take a nap in the sauna. The reps were nice about it until my sis started snoring!

Helo Sauna booth at IHRSA 2014

Say Hello to Helo

pic of Nexersys machine

Muscles Meets Nexersys

 

If you ever take any of my group fitness classes, you will find out rather quickly that I’m not a fan of teaching kickboxing-style workouts. That was before. This is now. On a whim, we stopped at the Nexersys booth and gave the machine a good workout. Or it gave us one. Something tiring. Essentially it’s an interactive machine with punch and kick pads. Some people want chocolate or jewelry; I want this machine. Their website tag line is “Get the Body You Want.” He never showed up, so I did a four minute workout with the body I had – mine!

All group fitness pros need music, so we grapevined our way to Power Music, and signed up for their digital music subscription service that lets you access unlimited pre-made and custom mixes. We were going to buy CDs, as that’s about our level of technology, but the guys at the booth were so into customer service that they explained how much money we’d save with the service, then walked us through the entire downloading process. I left with music already on my phone AND a sheet of instructions. Props to the peeps at Power for major hand-holding. Now I just have to figure out how to use my phone with the sound system at the university. Sad, I know.

pic at LifeFitness booth IHRSA 2014

Helping Marc Coronel do the splits at the LifeFitness booth

Shout out to LifeFitness and the Synrgy360 system for A: having a workout set-up that resembles a playground, and B: hiring the ever energetic, always positive Marc Coronel to demo the workouts. Second shout out to DietBetter (formerly DietBet), a social media, interactive weight loss game. You can win money for safely losing a specific percentage of your weight. We met the founder and learned that some new, top-secret fun things are on the horizon.

pic at DietBetter booth IHRSA 2014

DietBet = DietBetter

 

 

 

 

The day ended with us relaxing completely testing for research purposes on the SolaJet DryWave massage beds. You lie down on something akin to a modern waterbed, but with more support. Warm water jets move up and down your body, providing a deep tissue massage. We intended to fake sleep so we could do intensive research, but the people at the booth actually let us stay until the Expo was closed.

pic at Sola Jet booth IHRSA 2014

Is that Thumbs Up or Surf’s Up at the Dry Wave Massage?

 

Some of these items cost a lot, so ask your fitness facility to buy them. Pitch a fit so you’ll get your way. Cheer yourself up with a Dark Chocolate Almond Sea Salt CLIF Mojo bar. Also for research purposes.

 

 

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Tune In, Turn Out, Listen Up to Our New Radio Show

Alien Space Twins Spot Trends at Key Health and Wellness Events

Trying the Helix at IHRSAAre you curious what the future holds in the exercise equipment and health world? (Spoiler alert #1–more wearable technology so you can get closer to yourself than a selfie). Wonder what the fitness industry has in store to meet your needs and make you excited to work out? Ready to taste the latest in natural foods and eat more healthfully and deliciously than ever before? Then you’ll enjoy our reports from March Mad Marching through the Natural Products Expo West followed by a romp through the IHRSA fitness trade show and educational sessions Wait for it. Wait for it.

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Beam Me Up Hottie

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3 Food Trends for 2014

Alexandra Williams, MA
pic of Expo West

Natural Products Expo West

For the fourth year in a row, Kymberly and I spent several days at the Natural Products Expo West, sampling delicious (and healthy) food and beauty products, and attending sessions so that we could share the latest news with you.

In this first part of our trend-spotting series, I’ll share three food trends.

1. Products that seemed out of the ordinary a few years ago are now getting even MORE unique – examples of this include calamansi flavored sparkling coconut water from JaxCoco, South Asian-inspired snacks from Zouq,

pic of Zouq snacks

Zouq snacks are my new go-to munchie

wheat free, gluten free, sugar free, all cheese chia seed parmesan crisps from Kitchen Table Bakers , frozen desserts sweetened with monk fruit from Arctic Zero, and even grassfed, organic, bacon cranberry bison bars from EPIC Bar.

2. Parallel, yet not diametrically opposed is the trend toward making healthy food accessible and available to all (especially families). According to Steve Sidwell, founder of Lúvo, the number of lunch eaters has dropped, while the number of snack eaters has risen. Those snacks (and all food) should be good for you, and accessible – including at work, school and airports. In other words, bring the healthy food to the people, not have the people search out the food.

pic of Steve Sidwell

I was trying to steal Steve’s Lúvo jacket.

3. Beverages that are designed to aid your body are so varied and unique, there’s no reason to ever drink a sugar-laden soda or hospital-visit-inducing energy drink. Ever. Teas with chocolate or vegetables added, sparkling, vegan, organic probiotic drinks, (my fave is the new Hibiscus Berry Daily Cleanse from KeVita, flavored kombucha that even non-kombucha people like myself enjoy (try the black currant from Clearly Kombucha), and even different types and flavors of chocolate milk and coffee. Oh, check out Teas of Texas. Not only do they have pecos cantaloupe white tea, they also do limited edition teas for college football teams. Good sense of humor. I even found a skin rejuvenation collagen drink! I thought that was called “water” back in the day. Oh, you heard it here first – Organic Valley has protein shakes coming out in June. You can’t find them yet, but let me tell you – they’re delicious. You’ll see.

pic of Texas Tea at Expo West

Check out these Flavors

Stay tuned for more trends in upcoming posts. In the meantime, let us know your guesses as to what those might be in the comments below. Oh, we also have lots of giveaways coming up too, so keep an eye on our Facebook page.

 

 

 

 

 

Finally, less than one week (March 19, 2014) until the re-launch of our Active Aging for Boom Chicka Boomers radio showon a bigger platform – Voice America, Wednesdays at 8 am PST live/ 8 pm PST rebroadcast. Up first, author, scientist and personal trainer Tamara Grand, on “Hormones and Menopause.”

We were not paid to share any of these products with you. We did receive press passes and samples at the expo. 

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Why It’s Great to be a Boomer

Alexandra Williams, MA 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Silk. The opinions and text are all mine.

Much is written about the joys of being young, but how much is said about the advantages of being a Boomer? I speak as an expert when I say we Boomers are in full bloom. I asked a few of my friends and age cohorts what they liked best about this age, and I certainly got a full list of advantages!!

pic of orange tulip

A Beautiful Bloom

Freedom
Confidence
Caring Less about what others think
Variety of choices and opportunities
Knowing myself well
Doing what makes me happy
Wisdom and perspective
Being comfortable in my own skin
Able to enjoy my kids as adults
Laughing really loud and not caring
Opportunity to start over
Mentoring and sharing our knowledge

I also sat down and wrote out my personal Top 10 reasons I enjoy this age:

1. I’m not waiting for my life to “begin.” I am living it.
2. When I travel I can stay in nice hotels, not youth hostels.
3. I can prepare what I like to eat instead of catering to kids’ preferences.
4. Though I want to look my best, I no longer worry if I am pretty enough.
5. I have the freedom to sing, dance and act silly without really caring what “they” will think.
6. Fashion is what I say it is.
7. All the good music is from my era.
8. I have tried and true friends who’ve been there for decades.
9. I am skilled at a number of things.
10. I have taken care of my body, and it’s reflecting that care in a positive way.

Since Silk is the company that approached me for my input about how their products (for me, it’s the Silk Vanilla Almondmilk mainly) help me to Bloom, I think I’ll elaborate on #3 and #10. A few years ago, I tried almondmilk for the first time at the Natural Products Expo. I’ve been a vegetarian since 1998, and love almonds a LOT, yet had never tried almondmilk, thinking it would be “weird” or too “hippy dippy” for me.

Turns out I was wrong. I now use Vanilla Almondmilk in my chai, smoothies, baking, oatmeal, blah-de-blah-blah (that’s more interesting than saying “etc.”). I care about the politics and origins of my food too., so Silk’s leadership in the the non-GMO initiative matters to me.

Silk believes in a plant-based diet; so do I.

I believe 100% that part of why my health is so good, my weight is stable, and my energy level is high is due to my nutrition. If you eat well, your body does well. For those of you with lactose or gluten issues, Silk milks are also free of those.

As I tell my university students, take my word for it AND try for yourself. By clicking this link you can sign up for a coupon to save on Silk’s Almondmilk, Soymilk or Coconutmilk. You might even win a free year’s supply! Actually, I’d like to win that, as I just sampled the brand new Protein + Fiber Vanilla at the Natural Products Expo this past weekend, and got super happyfied. Hey, if Nabokov could make up words, so can I.

Because I am a Boom-Chicka-Boomer, I have a 1970s trivia question for you. What do Barry While and Silk Almondmilk have in common? They are both silky smooth and oh, so good for you! Just listen to Let the Music Play and see if you don’t feel silkily seduced and stress reduced! That was actually a rhetorical question. My trivia question is this – What year was this song released? Hint: I graduated the same year from high school.

pic of menu board for White Wave at Expo West

Silk Menu Board at Expo West

Boom to the Bloom!

What do you prefer – coconut, almond, or soy milk?

Age Actively with a Winning Bucket List

Kymberly Williams-Evans, MA and Alexandra Williams, MA
 
Disclosure: This is a product-provided, sponsored conversation that contains affiliate links. We received a full-sized bottle of Bufferin® Buffered Aspirin and the craft supplies for our own personal use. All opinions, text and experiences are our own.Kymberly at the Quote Board R la P

Why not Buff(erin) out and Polish off your Bucket List in a Clean Sweep(stakes)?  (You know we like word plays).

Alexandra: The message behind bucket lists is that we should all live our lives to the fullest, however we define that.

picture of Bucket List on head

Excited About My Bucket List (and Clips)

For me, part of living my life fully means just being myself, without worrying if others like me or not. When I was younger, I gave away a lot of my energy and power trying to conform to what I thought others wanted from me. I no longer allow people or events to “harsh on my mellow” (except I’m not actually mellow –  more like high energy).

With that in mind, my bucket list is more like a list of activities that sound really fun or appealing, either because I will learn about something that interests me, see people and places I love, or do something that’s outside my comfort zone. Can you read what I wrote on my hairclips and earrings clothespins? No? Okay, I’ll list them for you:

* Go to Europe in 2016 to attend the wedding of my non-birth daughter former exchange student

* Get more paid speaking engagements

* Attend a course on bread baking

* Finish learning Dutch (I have a fab Rosetta Stone package)

* Walk a half marathon (do NOT substitute the word “run” in this phrase)

pic of Alexandra at Nike women's marathon

I’m Buff Stuff!

In the exercise world, there is an old 80s saying, “No Pain, No Gain.” I hate this phrase. Why should we be in pain to get healthy? It doesn’t make sense. I walked a half marathon in 2012 to celebrate my recovery from foot surgery, and my foot and reconstructed knee got stiff and achy about 10 miles in. When we were offered this Bufferin opportunity, I immediately thought of that half marathon and the pride I took in completing it. When I do another (and I will), I think I’ll stick a pain reliever in my pocket to help reduce the slog of the final 3 miles. Hey, the word “buff” is in Bufferin, and I plan to stay buff for the rest of my life. Put that in your bucket!!

 

A drop in the bucket list

Just a drop in the bucket!

Kymberly: What I like about my bucket list is that it feels largely achievable and has action and adventure involved. What I don’t like is that it requires my knee and foot to step it up. With age, genetics, a lifetime of movement, soccer injuries, and a few surgeries, those joints are squawking and squeaking. Sometimes screaming.

Ignoring the pain and limitations used to kinda-sorta-but-not-really work.  I now admit that to keep baby boomer aches at bay, I need help — in the form of a pain reliever and orthotics on the days I teach fitness or go on a long dog trail hike. Yes, the part of aging actively that I strive for daily is keeping my world from shrinking. Click here to see our post on creating a Fitness Bucket List.

It was easy for me to kiss high heels good-bye and eye “comfortable” shoes with relish. But how is Tom Bergeron going to announce my name as winner of the coveted DWTS mirror ball if my joints hurt and I can’t practice into the wee hours of the Hollywood night? Enter Bufferin (which you can buy at places that start with W, such as Walgreen’s and Walmart)

The title of my Bucket List is “Expanding My World and Dreams; No Shrinking Violets.” What’s on your bucket list? Do you have a title in mind that encapsulates it? My list includes:

  • Compete on Dancing With the Stars as the first set of celebrity twins
  • Move pain free with no knee or foot limitations: Hike, dance, snorkel, exercise, run, paddle, jump, climb, rappel, bike, and walk Hippity hoppity skippity
Boarding the Train in Thailand

All Aboard for Adventure

  • Enjoy my husband and marriage more with each passing year
  • Complete our house building project
  • Successfully and profitably help baby boomer women age actively
  • Travel with friends and family in ways and places that draw us closer as we venture farther in the world

Enter the Bufferin SweepstakesOne item I hope your list includes is entering the Bufferin® Bucket List Sweepstakes. Kick it and click it on their Facebook page for a chance to win $1000. Three people will win – you, me, and my sister. Such a plan, eh?!.  The sweepstakes runs just a few more days — until March 14, 2014 so enter the minute you finish sharing an item on your list in the comments section below.  Just as in life, you have to enter to win! And exit kicking!

Get the latest information on Bufferin at www.bufferin.com.

 

 

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Reaching Your Fitness Goals, or How Are Those New Year Resolutions Coming Along

Alexandra Williams, MA
dogs at the beach in Santa Barbara

Best Dog Buddies on Their Walk

We are one-sixth of the way through 2014. This is about the time when many people give up on their New Year’s resolutions to move more, eat better, lose weight – the list goes on. It’s easy to understand – the weather isn’t cooperative, you aren’t seeing improvements, there’s no time – that list goes on too!

Please don’t get discouraged. Keep at it. Being stuck or slow at achieving your goals isn’t an issue of willpower, so don’t waste time berating yourself about a perceived lack of it. It may be an issue of willingness or need for skill development, which we talk about in our 5 Steps to Create Permanent Lifestyle Change.

Ten Reasons We Don’t Achieve Our Resolution Goals

According to Psychology Today, “approximately 50% of Americans make New Year’s Resolutions, most having to do with weight loss, eating healthier, improving finances, or getting a new job. But less than 10% successfully achieve their goals.” Hmmm, does that mean that the other 40% unsuccessfully achieve their goals? It would appear that ten common mistakes could be getting in the way, writes psychology professor Shawn Meghan Burn, Ph.D.

pic of Polar Loop

What?! I’m Getting Insulted by my Polar Loop?

1. Forgetting Change Is a Process and Resolutions Are Only the Beginning
2. Making General Rather Than Specific Resolutions
3. Making Unrealistic Resolutions
4. Having A Half-Assed (or No) Specific Change Plan
5. Giving Up Too Quickly
6. Failing to Overcome Or Manage Ambivalence
7. Failing to Obtain Social Support & Identify Healthy Role Models
8. Failing to Address Emotional Issues That Sabotage Success
9. Failing to Address Environmental Issues That Sabotage Success
10. Adopting Simple Solutions Peddled By Unscrupulous Salespeople

Good squat form

Full-Assed Squats

How many of these have gotten in the way of your progress? I recognize several, with #4 being my particular issue. Maybe I need to get more “full-assed,” both metaphorically and literally. Maybe I need to do those 30 squats that the Moscow subway set up in exchange for a free ticket.

The Good News

Anyhoo, let’s focus on the good news. The happy statisticians at the University of Scranton (tanget – my son had that as his 2nd choice university) discovered that “people who explicitly make resolutions are 10 times more likely to attain their goals than people who don’t explicitly make resolutions.” So be explicit!! Which should not be confused with illicit… or elicit. Look them up – they are definitely NOT interchangeable words.

Our dog has no qualms about reaching her exercise goals. Every afternoon she starts whining and giving me the “chin on lap sad eyes” trick that means it’s time for her walk. She doesn’t care if I had explicit or illicit goals – she just wants to move.

Now, two things occurred on Saturday that affected my specific plan to walk at least 10,000 steps every day. One – we had a major storm here in Santa Barbara, complete with flooding, one guy swept out into the ocean, property damage, and freezing, Arctic, Canadian, polar vortex, unheard of, lower than usual temperatures in the (eek) 50s. Not so motivating. Two – I received an email from FitFluential about a March challenge to run, walk or hike 100 miles this month. That works out to under 10,000 steps a day, so I should be able to run, hike or walk that easily. Game on!

pic of sea foam

Sea Foam from the Storm in Santa Barbara

Side Note

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picture of Hendry's Beach at low tide after the storm

The Sand was Washed Away by the Storm

Back to the Dog

I called my sister, hoping she’d come walk the dogs at the beach with me so we could see what the storm hath wrought, but she was B.U.S.Y. which is really spelled L.O.S.E.R. According to #7 above, I failed to obtain social support. But wait, what is that whining I hear? The dog was volunteering to be my social support? Guilt won and we headed to the beach for what turned out to be a super amazing walk. Seaweed and sea foam everywhere. Sand and ocean detritus washed all the way up to the parking lot. New hidey holes created in the cliffs by the over-the-top high tide.

Alexandra’s Set Up For Success Tips

I have pondered what made me successful at getting my half-ass out the door, and came up with a few.

1. I have a dog. Yup, go get yourself a dog. You will walk a lot more.
2. Guilt. I knew the dog would be bummed. Yes, guilt is a success tip.
3. I really, really want to hit 10K steps every day. I’m competitive with myself.
4. I recognize that I already have good eating habits, and don’t want to eat less, so moving more is the key to shedding my last bit of holiday belly bobble. I like to move.
5. I wanted to see the beach after the storm. I cared more about that than walking.

picture of a rock exposed at low tide in Santa Barbara

Follow Your Path To Your Dreams

Find whatever success triggers work for you and incorporate them. While we’re at it, make your resolutions behavior-based, not goal-based. And you don’t need to wait for January 2015 to change your behaviors. Now is good. Want to join me in doing 100 Miles in March? That way we can all be Awesome in April!

Want great info with a touch of humor to help you reach your goals? Join us every Wednesday live at 11 EST/ 8 PST beginning March 19 on our radio show on VoiceAmericaHealth. What?! You’re all ears? Perfect.

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Starting Wed. March 19. So Listen Up, Y’all!

 

 

 

 

 

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