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Originally, when I began writing my blog, my demographic was the Over-70 age group. However, I have since had many requests for help from those in their 50’s and 60’s.
Accordingly, I decided – beginning with blog #6 – to change to Over50andfit.


Memory training

Over 50 and Fit: I’ll Never Forget What’s-His-Name!

Previously, I have focussed exclusively on physical fitness. Based on popular demand, going forward I want to cover total fitness – not only physical, but also mental, emotional, relationship and financial fitness. In this blog, I will talk about mental fitness, specifically memory.

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Indoor cycling

Over 50 and Fit: Indoor Cycling

Today I am focussing on cycling. As we mature, we can lose some balance so I will make stationary bicycles our focal point. By doing this, we will not have to worry about balance to the same extent as riding outdoors. In addition, we avoid potential hazardous traffic and weather conditions.

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Hiking in British Columbia

Over 50 and Fit: Trail Tested

Hiking for over-50’s can be a lot of fun, but it can also be a challenge if you have not hiked before. Hiking is an extension of walking, and hiking will also follow naturally. This blog is mainly intended for those who have never hiked before or those who have not hiked for a long time.

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Street walking

Over 50 and Fit: “Street” Walking

Walking is something that almost all of us take for granted, which is why it’s probably the most underrated form of exercise. It’s a simple way to trigger a cascade of health benefits. Let’s take a closer look at it.

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Over 70 years and heart rate

Over 70 and Fit: Heart Rate

Your heart rate (the number of times your heart beats in one minute, which is the same as your pulse rate) is an important indicator of your overall heart health, especially if you have any health conditions that include the risk of cardiovascular disease.

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Senior fitness evaluation

Over 70 and Fit: Evaluating Progress

Regardless of which exercise you choose, eventually you will want to evaluate your progress, every 4/6 weeks. In order to achieve this, you will need as much information as possible about your body and your current fitness level.

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Barrie swimming

Over 70 and Fit: Setting Goals

Another integral source of motivation is creating a goal to aspire to. Setting a goal to reach will make a significant difference in your progress. The SMARTER acronym is a popular method used for goal-setting.

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Barrie on the Grouse Grind in the winter

Over 70 and Fit: Getting Started

I am deeply passionate about fitness and I have a question for you: Are you over 70, do not exercise and have a passion to live a long and vibrant life? If so, I can help YOU

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Every minute of every day. Year after year. Decade after decade. Your heart is always working for you but are you working for your heart?

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