Tag Archives: exercise and aging

Keep moving

“Keep moving.” That’s my new motto. I want it to apply to everything in my life, starting with exercise. I’ve shredded my list of fitness goals since my first Fitbit fell off my wrist and an essential plastic piece in my … Continue reading

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Old and fit

Blame it on the absence of girls’ athletic programs for my generation.  Or on the feminine ideal of the era about what “young ladies” did and didn’t do.  Whatever the reason, my childhood friends and I created our own rules … Continue reading

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Our brains on exercise

In the course of getting physical therapy for a hamstring strain, I learned that my hamstrings and quadriceps (muscles in the upper leg) were weak. Hard to believe since I had started to ski again and was walking regularly. Well, maybe … Continue reading

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