How do you perceive fitness in the year 2023? Share your expert input.
I’ll speak to what I see working with women. With the changes we’ve seen in the world over the last few years, I see the women I’m training becoming more flexible to the concept of strength training outside of the gym. Initially, when COVID forced us into our homes, many people got creative and found ways to move and stay active.
Now that the gyms and training centers are open again, I’m seeing women say, I like working out at home and now let’s see what I can do to add more to my routine. I’m also seeing women show up for themselves in ways I’ve never seen before. It’s a movement of, it’s my time to get strong so I can be the best version of myself, both for my inner peace and for my family and friends.
Best exercises every woman should do in their late 40’s and 50’s.
Strength training in general is super important for women in their late 40s and 50s. It’s crucial to maintaining muscle mass, improving mobility, and increasing our healthy physical years of life. It also helps protect against the risk of osteoporosis by increasing bone density and reducing the risk of fractures.
I train almost exclusively women over 40, 50, and 60+ so we learn to modify and adapt as necessary. It doesn’t mean we can’t still do an exercise, we just might need to find our new version. Better form and slowing down the motions are also more important than ever before.
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