Beating Age Related Decline
Beating Age Related Decline

At age 54 I am in the best shape of my life. I train harder, longer and more frequently than I was ever able to do in my youth. In my experience if you consistently aim for new heights, rather accepting that decline is inevitable, your body responds as well as it ever did. There are a few little problems that can occur as you age, but these are completely reversible with the right training. The important thing is to get your mind in the right place; where the mind goes the body follows!

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Beating Menopause
Beating Menopause

We’re led to believe that sporting performance, body composition and general fitness will fall off a cliff edge when we reach menopause; we’re conditioned to accept this and set our sites lower for the second half of our lives. I’d fought age related decline very successfully, but I dreaded menopause, fearing it would be the battle I couldn’t win. I’m happy to say that at 3 years post-menopause I’m doing fine. Aside from a few very minor irritations I would say that almost every aspect of life and training are now better.

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Beating Hip Osteoarthritis
Beating Osteoarthritis

More than a decade after being diagnosed with a “classic and incurable” case of hip osteoarthritis I am symptom free and enjoying an active life. My symptoms (in hip, neck, shoulder and spine) turned out to be entirely due to complex imbalances in my core muscles. Similar muscle imbalances are likely to be at least a contributing factor in most cases diagnosed as osteoarthritis; the only way to determine the root of your symptoms to address the muscle imbalances and see what – if anything – remains.

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