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YOU GET WHAT YOU TRAIN FOR

“You get what you train for” is an axiom often heard in sports training, but relevant to senior fitness as well. It means physical/functional qualities won’t improve unless you train specifically to improve them and that you keep and maintain…

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GROOVE YOUR HIP HINGE PATTERN

For over-50 adults and seniors, the place to start fitness development is optimizing fundamental movement and body control skills. This is important because many aging adults express dysfunctional movement patterns which contribute to unstable and inefficient movement and place needless…

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START AT THE BEGINNING

This first post let’s start at the beginning by addressing the primary anti-fitness issue in our society – too much sitting. There’s a body of research on sitting that makes it clear it is quite a toxic position. Sitting has…

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