We know. It’s a week after New Year’s and you’re still on the couch, playing the role of a potato. It’s understandable. Covid-19 has many people on hyper-alert, which means the usual mad rush to the bench press machine after New Year’s Day isn’t quite so maddening.
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At 71 years old, John Komoroske is in the best shape of his life. The best part? He believes you can do it too.
Could exercise actually be leading us to sit more and stop moving well throughout the day? Discover how you can break through.
The world is of course in the midst of surviving a global COVID-19 pandemic, but did you know we’re also in the midst of a pandemic due to physical inactivity? Liz Grantham explains the health issues she was enduring that led to her launching a new app designed to help people, particularly those 50 and older, get moving. She shares her simple tips for transforming your overall health and wellbeing.
Jazzercise founder Judi Sheppard Missett explains how she came up with an idea in 1969 that is still changing lives today. Forget the leg warmers — this isn’t your mother’s Jazzercise! See how Judi helped it evolve into a 21st century lifestyle that helps women across many generations get and stay healthy.
Are you looking for a fun and different new way to exercise? Former Olympian JoJo Starbuck explains why ice skating could be your perfect way to get active, even if you’ve never skated before. She describes how it offers many benefits to your body and brain, at any age.
In her mid-60s, Greta Pontarelli is one of the most dominating competitors in a serious and legitimate sport you’ve probably never heard of — pole dancing.
Ready to turn back the clock 30 years? For the first time ever, Jane Fonda’s home workouts, the most popular home videos in history, are being released on DVD. She explains why now’s the time to bring them back.
One of America’s top fitness experts says he’s unlocked the true secrets to sustainable weight loss. This isn’t another fad diet; he says this is the way you can lose weight and keep it off for life.
Roselio Muniz is 101 years old and he’s sharing the daily activities and choices he believes are responsible for not only getting him to this point but have allowed him to continue to live a life of vitality and passion.
He’s a 20-time wrestling national champion and former Olympic athlete who has reinvented himself as a businessman, inventor and jump rope expert. See why Buddy Lee believes it’s the most efficient form of exercise that anyone from 6 to 100 can do.
Have you tried and failed to lose weight over and over again? A provocative new book suggests it’s nobody’s fault but yours! Find out why author Steve Siebold is urging people to stop whining and start getting mentally tough. He explains.