Building Strength After 40

Can you build strength after 40? Many people think that we get weaker as we get older. But it’s a fact that strength can be improved at any age, and older adults who train regularly can become incredibly strong.

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Why Should You Stretch?

Many people know they should stretch—but they don’t know exactly why. As a result, stretching is often neglected. But there are a host of reasons why stretching is a great practice. We’ll go over them in the article.

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How Much Intensity Do You Need to Get Fit?

“Intensity” is a hot word in fitness—so how much of it do you need to accomplish your goals? Athletes and trainers alike talk about intensity all the time, and it’s easy to think that more is always better. But that isn’t the case.

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The Real Secret to Weight-loss

Here’s the real secret to weight loss: Everyone is different, so the best plan is to work with an experienced, credentialed coach who can create a food and fitness plan that will lead to steady, sustainable, long-term progress.

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Is Running Bad for You?

The short version: Running isn’t bad for you. But it isn’t the solution to every fitness problem, and it isn’t the best option for some people. Finally, it is possible to run too much if you have certain goals.

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5 Tips for Better Arms

We get this question all the time. Sometimes it’s from people who are looking to build muscle in their biceps and triceps. Other times, people are looking to achieve better tone. We’ll answer the question for both crowds

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Will Lifting Weights Help You Lose Fat?

Many people want to lose fat so they look toned and their muscles are more visible. The look they’re going for usually requires fat loss as well as a little muscle building.

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10 Ways to Hold Yourself Accountable

In my experience working with hundreds of individuals, the key is accountability. We’re often willing to let ourselves down time after time, but when someone else is counting on us, we show up for them.

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Are More Workouts Better if YouWant to Get Fit?

If you’re new to working out, you don’t have to train a huge amount to get results.

Even one session a week has benefits, but two or three will be much better. Four or five might be overwhelming and even counterproductive.

How to Be No. 1

When was the last time you took time to evaluate your self-care practices?


Talk with a coach about your goals, get the plan to achieve them.


Take the first step towards getting the results you want!

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