What we do in our 40’s makes a big impact on your fitness level in your fifties. So, what if
you have not been active in your 40’s, then it’s a great time to get moving. It’s never too
late to make a difference. The one thing I do know is that no matter what age, we need to
keep moving. If we don’t, you can begin to lose your cardio endurance, balance and
We need to keep reinventing ourselves, our bodies change. When you start to work out, it can
be challenging, we lose our breath easily, our legs feel heavy and you may feel like giving up.
It’s important to remember that this is just temporary. If you commit to exercise, your body
will start to adapt and change to be able to do what you are asking it to do.
I was 40 when I started to work out. As I took my first fitness class, I was unable to do
more than 20 minutes and then I had to leave. But, that is ok. It’s not a failure, it’s a
start. I started with 2 classes a week and added some time walking on the treadmill. It
wasn’t too long before I started to add another class and ventured into my first Spin class.
Within a year, I decided to teach Spin and obtained my certification. That was 19 years ago,
and I’ve continued to keep active and began to teach other classes and then becoming a personal
trainer and women and fitness specialist.
My passion is to help others to find their way to fitness. There are so many formats out
there to choose from, it’s more a matter of finding out what you enjoy. Let me help you find
out what is the perfect fit for you.