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Who needs a personal trainer? Not me!

The following post was written by Gail O’Connell. Gail is a fitness enthusiast and a role model for healthy and fit living in your “slightly older” years.  You would never characterize Gail as “slightly older.”  It’s hard to keep up with her.  She is always on the go – hiking, working out, meeting up with […]

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Here is what I have learned in the last 15 years of my fitness journey

I am going to be 58 years old in a few weeks.  And instead of freaking out that I am getting older, I find that I am actually feeling good about “aging up.”   I feel like I have learned a great deal over the past several years on how to keep my body strong, […]

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One of our trainers, Bob, has helped clients be fit and strong again after back injuries, rotator cuff surgeries, and hip replacements.

5 Steps to Be Smart About Your Comeback Fitness

Being injured can test the patience of even the most patient person but especially those people who are used to an active and/or athletic life. Impatience, frustration, confusion, caution, defeat, and indecision are common feelings post injury. What do I do now? And how do I do it? My personal training credentials don’t qualify me […]

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