How will you make the most of your second half of life so you can say that aging has certain benefits? Do you agree with our list of the Top 3 Things midlife women love about being “older?”
Want the Ultimate Baby Boomer Body? Personally I am ok with the “Ixnay on the Bikini, but I’ll Still Wear a One-Piece” Body. To get either version, you’ll need to incorporate 7 important, midlife-specific training principles into your workout routines. First find out the 6 ways midlife women are unusual when it comes to exercise.
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Do you want to remember more of your past? By midlife, we have gained decades of experiences, some of which we can pull from our memory; some of which have retreated into the dusty closets of our brain. What if you could retrieve tons of memories you don’t even remember having forgotten? Actress and Memory Expert, Marilu Henner shares her strategies at the Natural Products Expo West.
Kymberly Williams-Evans, MA 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. […]
Kymberly Williams-Evans, MA Resolve to Be Actively Happy Did you set New Year’s Resolutions? Some years I do; some I don’t. Which got me to pondering why we consider changes and fresh starts each new year. “To become a better person” seems the obvious answer. But to what end? What lies behind the desire to […]
How do you picture yourself at 91? What are you willing to do today, tomorrow, and the rest of your life to be all you can be? What do you still want to accomplish? How much energy will you need for that? How will you make up for any “downsizing” that occurs, literally or metaphorically?
Who wants to reduce menopause symptoms, decrease stress, minimize weight gain, improve memory, and even boost longevity? All without needing to exercise. So how???
Why do you exercise? If you said, “to look better,” what will that bring you? Tony Horton has an answer that he shared at the recent FitBlogLA event. I bet you work out to ….
Got an idea what the second most powerful thing you can do to improve brain function might be? What factor just moved to the number one spot?