So far, this year has been a major shock to us all. To cope we need to find some solid ground to work from. I’ve personally turned back to meditation and found some help there, but it wasn’t that which helped me most of all. I was looking at things the wrong way and realized that this is a chance for us all to reset and be in the moment.
We need to find our own way and look at this time as an opportunity to build a solid foundation. Disregard what doesn’t matter and find balance.
By Kim Clements ACE Certified Instructor
I think we can all agree that exercising frequently will keep your body strong and your brain active. But, how can you maintain this plan on a daily basis as you get older? In this article, I’m going to talk about the most common challenge the older member has to deal with:
Arthritis… particularly Osteoarthritis or OA.
OSTEOARTHRITIS (OA) is the most common type of arthritis, sometimes called the “wear & tear” arthritis. It tends to occur in middle age, or from overuse, and is more common in women than men.
The whole world has gone virtual…so can your training.
Working out at home certainly isn’t the same as working out at the gym, but that doesn’t mean it’s less effective. It’s certainly more effective than not working out at all, because something is always better than nothing. Keeping up some sort of exercise routine will ensure you’re that much more prepared when the gym reopens.
But it can be a tough thing to do on your own – especially when you’re used to a trainer/instructor and the energy of the gym’s environment to keep you going. That’s when virtual training can be beneficial. Reasons for working out with a trainer virtually include but aren’t limited to: