Age expectancy of those born in 2010 is LONG, shares Senior specialist, Carey Fraley in her 1 minute Fun and Fit video tip. Also, today and tomorrow’s seniors can have the most fun working out and staying active.
She’s fit, active, strong, and a competitor. A little pregnancy won’t hold this mom-to-be back as her front grows! But too little advice is leaving her more exhausted than a triathlon. Who and what should she listen to: her doctor? her own body? her husband? Fun and Fit?! the little voices in her head that say “yes, honey you do have pregnant butt”?
Spot reducing DOES work… if you are talking dry cleaning. But what if you really, really, really want to believe and are willing to vibrate and shake your way to melted fat? Can you get results? Sure. Just exercise the body parts below your hair.
Want to lose weight in one area, aka the (in)famous “Spot Reducing?” Charlie Houlihan amusingly shows the way to Spot Reduce (not) in this 1 minute video, courtesy of Fun and Fit interviews at the IDEA Convention
Time to stretch boundaries, limits, and muscles! This week’s question is from an exerciser who may be too comfy in her workout routine. Sure, she needs to add some stretching to her gig, but at the expense of her ab workout?! We think not!
Need that extra accountability and community spirit to stick with your fitness program? Fitness pro and social media expert, Biray Alsac of Florida shares her 50 second Fun and Fit tip — tweet about your activities! Your twitter pals will birddog you to burn more than 140 calories in fewer than 140 characters!
SportAerobic Gold medalist, 24 Hour Fitness CA Area Manager, and fitness pro, Dody Benko Livingston shares on video her 2 minute inspiration and thoughts on overcoming obstacles and getting more joy into your life.
“Running is killing my middle-aged knees. Still, how can I do more of it? I’m so low without my runner’s high.” Dude, are you hallucinating? Drugs and surgery are not the answer. But what is? Once again, Fun and Fit find facts. Run along little doggies!
Sound the allergy alarm! Lou wants to know if there’s a way to trick her body with activity so it won’t realize she is running in the morning, the worst time of day for pollen and spores buffeting her about. Is it possible to out-run wind-borne allergens? Would Run DMC have any idea?
If you’re bulgy and you know it, clap your hands. (repeat) If you’re bulgy and you know it, then your knees will surely show it, (keep singing; we have work to do). Nancy’s naughty knees have awnings over the kneecaps. And she doesn’t think that’s flap-tastic. Can she focus and find a way to forever flee the flab?