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Monday Vibes 🤩🤩🤩

It was amazing getting back into what I’ve done for over a decade! I COMPETE …

Our bodies are changing, that is a fact. We all need to acknowledge those changes and then learn to work with them instead of fighting against them.

If I stay out later at a party, I’m going to pay the price the next day. If you find yourself ever saying that you USED to be able to do something, then take note of that thought and don’t try to do it now. Let the younger athletes abuse their bodies. Acknowledge the changes, be smart, and work within your own new parameters. 🥃🍸🍹

Make the Gym a Priority –
It is a fact that as we age, we begin to lose muscle mass and strength. Both men and especially women also have to deal with the loss of bone mineral density (think of staving off osteoporosis). The best way to combat these two serious issues is to maintain gym work as part of your routine.

There’s no reason you can’t be your fittest in your 40s. Show yourself that you can do something in your 50s and 60s that you never would have dreamed possible. When the task seems insurmountable, think about how good it’s going to feel to pass those twenty-somethings in your next event!

Just because you have a few more candles on your birthday cake these days doesn’t mean that you can’t have some of your best days ahead of you. I proved to myself that age is only a number. 🏋️‍♀️🏋️‍♀️🏋🏻‍♂️

Coach Terry

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