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.
My purpose is to encourage eating a balanced diet as an essential part of maintaining good health, and to allude to the compelling evidence which suggests that your diet may affect your mental health and well-being.
I have a question for you: Do you have difficulty fitting exercise into your daily regimen? If yes, the answer just might be “exercise snacks”, or brief bouts of exercise spread throughout the day. Typically, they are done at a higher intensity than regular exercise.
I have been a volunteer in some capacity since my teens, and I can claim with conviction that one of the most meaningful ways of enhancing the lives of our fellow beings is by giving to our community.
Fuel your performance with the right grade of calories I’m Barrie, and I warmly welcome you to my tri-weekly blog Over50andfit.ca I have a question
Home gyms are becoming more popular during the Covid era, and I suspect that they will remain equally prevalent in the post-Covid period. Why? Because there are numerous benefits of building your own home gym
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.
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.
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.