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(4,472 words, 19 pages, 11 images)
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Table of Contents for Keeping Fit After 50 PLR Ebook:
Introduction – What You Need to Know About Fitness After 50………………………….. 3
Challenges Seniors Face When Trying to Get Fit and How to Overcome Them……. 11
Mobility Issues……………………………………………………………………………………………… 11
Strength Challenges………………………………………………………………………………………. 12
It’s Boring……………………………………………………………………………………………………. 12
Your Body Doesn’t Cooperate With What You Want It to Do…………………………………. 13
Finding a Good Program, Class, or Instructor………………………………………………………. 13
Eating and Hydrating For Fitness……………………………………………………………………… 13
How to Get Started with Your Fitness Program………………………………………………… 15
Step #1 Find Something That You Like To Do………………………………………………………. 15
Step #2 What’s Your Fitness Personality?…………………………………………………………… 16
Step #3 Stay Hydrated……………………………………………………………………………………. 17
Step #4 Fitness Nutrition………………………………………………………………………………… 17
Step #5 Get Enough Sleep……………………………………………………………………………….. 18
Step #6 Good Fitness Programs to Consider……………………………………………………….. 18
Step #7 Talk to Your Doctor…………………………………………………………………………….. 19
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Introduction – What You Need to Know About Fitness After 50
Aging brings changes to your mind and body. Some of these changes are wonderful. For example, many people over fifty say that they feel more self-assured and relaxed about life than ever before. Some changes aren’t so welcome.
For example, it’s not uncommon to wake in the morning with aches and pains that seem to come out of the blue. And recovering from a workout is certainly different after fifty than it is when you’re younger.
However, for all of the changes that take place after 50, both physically and mentally, there are an abundance of myths – things that just aren’t true. Many of these myths center on physical ability and fitness.
Let’s take a look at the more pervasive myths and kick them to the curb.
As You Age, Your Body Declines
Okay, it’s true that things change as you age. However, most of these changes are related to inactivity. When you exercise you don’t lose bone density as quickly. In fact, you can increase bone mass. You can also speed up that so-called slowing metabolism, build muscle, and increase your endurance.
So while it’s true that if you’re sedentary your body is going to continue to decline as you age when you’re sedentary, it’s also true that if you’re active then your body can hold steady – or actually improve. It’s all about what you do with your glorious body.
You’re Too Old to Exercise
Bah! You’re never too old to do anything. You’re not too old to go back to school, get married, or become a parent, so you can certainly exercise. There are hundreds of different exercises to choose from ranging from hiking and walking to yoga to CrossFit. Choose an activity that fits your personality and exercise goals, and have fun!
There’s No Point in Exercising When You’re Older, Because There’s no Benefit
Exercise provides an abundance of benefits to all people of all ages. The benefits don’t cease simply because you’ve reached a magic age. Whether you’re 15 or 75, exercise provides the same benefits. In fact, you’ll probably attain more benefits as an older exerciser. In this report we’ll take a look at:
- 7 Powerful Benefits Of Exercising After 50
- Challenges Seniors Face When Exercising And How To Overcome Them
- Getting Started With Fitness After Age 50
Let’s start by taking a look at the abundant benefits of exercising after age 50.
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(1,658 words, 8 pages, 5 images)
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Email2-Fit After Fifty Getting Your Docs Clearance (311 words)
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Email5-Fit After Fifty Why Should I Exercise (270 words)
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Fit After Fifty – Getting Your Doc’s Clearance
Time for a checkup!
Face it, you are or not in your teens or 20s anymore. You cannot just hit the basketball court, the running track, the Pilates or yoga class or begin lifting weights simply because you decided to get in shape. You need to get clearance from your Doctor or some other health professional before you start exercising regularly.
Even if you played sports in high school and college, or enjoyed a high level of physical fitness in your 30s and 40s, your body is simply not the same anymore.
For instance, did you know that the way the human knee is designed it was only created for about 40 or 50 years of use? That’s just one body part which is going to be very important to the success or failure of your exercise program.
So you need to contact your doctor immediately.
Ask her if there are any age-specific considerations you need to make that you may not have thought of. It could be that your Doctor can provide you with a “ready to go” exercise routine catered specifically to someone in their 50s.
At the very least, your doctor is going to want to check your heart rate, blood pressure, take a blood sample and possibly even run a few tests. You are at the age now where you seriously must consider the impact of strenuous exercise on a heart which has been beating steadily each and every day for more than 50 years.
And please, if you are in pretty good shape for someone your age, don’t just assume you are ready to tackle a physical fitness program. This consultation with your doctor could turn up some unforeseen health problem, and is an absolute first step requirement to ensure that your fitness efforts are successful as possible.
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1 Crucial Tip for Maintaining a Healthy Heart as You Age
According to a recent study over half of the cases of heart disease could be prevented. Even small lifestyle changes have a big effect on your overall heart health, however it all starts with knowing the results of four critical tests.
Know Your Numbers
Certain lab test results show the condition of your heart health and your risk of having a “heart-related event”– not something you want to experience. In particular you should know your numbers from these tests:
- Cholesterol (HDL, LDL and Total)
- Blood pressure
- Body Mass Index (BMI)
Once you have the baseline numbers, you and your doctor can create a plan to get the ones out of whack back in line.
The body makes and needs cholesterol in order to survive, but when the good HDL gets too low or the bad LDL too high, it increases your risk for a heart attack. As far as the numbers, your LDL should be less than 130mg/dL, HDL less than 40mg/dL and your total less than 200mg/dL.
Staying at a healthy weight, not smoking, exercising regularly and eating a healthy diet of lean meats, fresh fruits and vegetables, and whole grain, will help bring your numbers back in line. If it doesn’t, your doctor may put you on a statin-based medication.
This measurement shows the fats in your blood. A good number is around 150mg/dL. Just by lowering the amount of saturated fat you eat and losing weight, you can lower your number by 30% to 50%.
Blood pressure is the force exerted on the blood vessels by your heart pumping blood throughout your body. Blood pressure is expressed as a maximum pressure (systolic) over a minimum pressure (diastolic) and displayed in millimeters of mercury. Ideally, it should be 120/80mm Hg.
If your blood pressure is too high, try lowering it by losing weight if you are overweight, and by exercising and eating a healthy diet low in sodium. If it is still not within tolerance, your doctor may have to put you on a blood pressure medication to get it down.
Body Mass Index (BMI)
If your BMI is over 24.9, you are overweight for your height and have an increased risk of getting heart disease or diabetes. You can lower your number by eating a healthy diet, losing weight and exercising.
Did you notice that most of the measurements are affected by eating a healthy diet, exercising and losing weight? Doing those three things, along with stopping smoking and limiting your intake of alcohol to one drink a day, will go a long way to getting your numbers back in check without having to go on any type of medication.
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Bonus: Short Report: “Top 15 Health Concerns for the Over 50s” – 1733 words
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If you are in your 50s, congratulations. In the very beginning of the 1900s, the life expectancy at birth was just 31 years of age. These days, you can reasonably expect to live well into your 80s. Just recently, British online news provider The Telegraph pointed out that more and more human beings are making it to the milestone of 100 years. The obvious issues with growing older are the health problems that accompany a body that has worn down over time.
Even those who have worked very hard on their nutrition, physical fitness, mental and emotional states will find health problems beginning to develop, or become worse, in their early 50s. If your parents are still alive, you notice the deterioration of their health and independence, and it makes you determined to make some positive, healthy changes in your own life. Listed below are 15 of the top health concerns for the over 50 crowd, with some tips for how to prevent and treat them.
1 – Poor, Failing Vision
Eat like a rabbit. That is right, the old saying that carrots are good for your eyesight is definitely true. You should also begin scheduling a comprehensive eye exam at least every 2 years. Some eye problems are genetic, and once your vision begins to weaken, you usually cannot erase any damage done.
However, treatments for age-related vision changes are common. A healthy diet with plenty of carrots, leafy greens like kale, eggs, citrus, almonds, fatty fish like tuna and salmon, as well as berries, can help slow down the rate of your failing vision.
2 – Depression and Anxiety
Turning 50 has been the subject of several Hollywood movies describing what is well known as a “midlife crisis”. Aside from financial problems and relationship issues, men and women can find themselves anxious and depressed for a number of reasons. Menopause regularly debuts in women in their 50s, and men may be experiencing a long list of health problems.
Concern over society, children and grandchildren, the economy and the future of planet Earth – these concerns all begin to become more prevalent once you hit your 50s. Exercise has been proven to release hormones that make you feel better about yourself and the world you live in. Exercise regularly, and consult a therapist if you believe your feelings of anxiety and depression are negatively impacting your life.
3 – High Blood Pressure
Usually, you want to aim for a blood pressure that is higher than 120 over 80. However, you also want a reading lower than 140 over 90. (Remember, these are just averages. You need to get your blood pressure checked frequently, at least once a year once you turn 50.) Exercise and enjoy a heart healthy diet that limits or eliminates processed food, while ramping up your level of vegetables, fruits and whole grains.
Drink plenty of water and get lots of rest. This helps you regulate a healthy blood pressure level. In severe cases, your physician may prescribe medicine. However, regular exercise and a proper diet have been proven to naturally return your blood pressure to a healthy level without medical assistance in most cases.
4 – Menopause, for Women
The average onset age for menopause in the United States is 51. Hot flashes are just one symptom. Women may experience sexual dysfunction, and even a loss of bone density. Your risk for heart disease increases with menopause, and you may gain weight and lose energy. Menopause is a natural process, and can be treated with medication and therapy.
5 – Erectile Dysfunction, for Men
Thanks to male enhancement pills like Viagra and Cialis, and the aggressive advertising which addresses this issue, erectile dysfunction or ED has gone from being a hush-hush topic to dinner table conversation. Once again, nature provides a non-medical solution.
Proper exercise, a smart diet and cutting back on the amount of alcohol and tobacco consumed can quickly give men the healthy ability they enjoyed in this area when they were much younger. Salmon, nuts, soybeans, seeds and sunflower oil are important to an ED treatment diet. You should also limit the amount of processed foods you eat, limit or totally avoided processed sugar, and cut back your salt intake to less than 1,500 mg. per day
6 – A Loss of Hearing
A partial loss of hearing becomes a real concern for some people in their 50s. This occurs because of a disease in the middle ear or inner ear. Hearing loss can be caused by exposure to loud noises, a head injury, illness, drugs or the simple aging process. Have your hearing checked when you turn 50, and any time that you and your loved ones notice a diminished ability to hear normal conversations and sounds.
7 – Thinning Hair, Hair Loss in Both Men and Women
Thinning hair in men and women, male pattern baldness in men, these are 2 vanity concerns that can actually begin to appear as early as your 30s and 40s. There is no food you can eat to grow more hair. However, a healthy diet with fewer processed foods, lots of fruits and vegetables, whole grains and dietary fiber can limit non-hereditary hair loss in the future. Limiting the amount of hair care products you use can also positively affect how much hair you have, and how much hair you keep.
8 – Maintaining a Healthy Cholesterol Level
This is all about your diet and physical fitness level. You do not have to start running marathons or become an aggressive weightlifter. Just exercise frequently, 3 to 5 times a week, for at least 30 minutes at a time. This could mean a power walk with a friend, joining a cycling class, a hiking group or playing with the grandkids.
You can also stop smoking, regulate a healthy body weight and increase the amount of fat in your diet to help maintain healthy cholesterol levels. Time and time again, a nutrition profile limited in processed foods, sugar and salt, but high in vegetables, fruits and whole grains, leads to an overall healthy body, including good cholesterol readings.
9 – An Overactive Bladder, Incontinence
An overactive bladder means that you can no longer hold urine with much control. This can lead to an “accident”. It can also mean you experience sudden urges to use the restroom immediately. Incontinence can mean that you are simply drinking too many fluids. However, it can also be a symptom of a urinary tract infection. If you find you are urinating much more frequently than before, sometimes having to go quickly, schedule an appointment with your doctor.
10 – Age Spots, Wrinkles and Other Skin Problems
Once age spots start to appear, you have already done damage to your skin. Wrinkles, dry skin and other similar issues begin to appear in force in your 50s. There are plenty of topical treatments and lotions to treat these issues. Aside from sun damage, menopause and a poor diet can also cause skin problems.
Make sure you are using a sun screen of SPF 30 or higher if you are going to be outdoors for more than 20 or 30 minutes. Salmon, blueberries, tomatoes, carrots and other yellow or orange fruits or vegetables, beans and peas, nuts, spinach and other dark, leafy green vegetables will help improve the health, strength and appearance of your skin at any age.
11 – Being Overweight and Obesity
Your metabolism has slowed down considerably. This could lead to weight gain. You probably know that levels of overweight and obesity are higher than they have ever been in the history of mankind.
This is directly linked to processed foods, trans fats, refined white sugar and monosodium glutamate in your foods. Once again, the ever-dependable healthy diet and exercise combo can keep overweight and obesity from causing other health problems, including the next 2 we are about to discuss.
12 – Prediabetes or Type II Diabetes
Diabetes gives you warning signs. Often times, obesity is a leading indicator. Type II diabetes can be prevented, because prediabetes tells you that there is a problem on the horizon. A few silent symptoms of prediabetes are putting on a few pounds that you cannot seem to lose, blurry vision, unquenchable thirst, extreme fatigue and cuts or wounds that will not heal. Once you turn 50, you should get a prediabetes screening once every 2 to 3 years.
13 – Keeping a Healthy Digestive System
As much as 70% to 75% of all human infection and disease begins in your gut. Your digestive system is so important to a healthy body and mind, inside and out, no matter what your age. But especially once you turn 50, when your physiological processes have been worn down due to repetition, you need to keep a healthy digestive system.
Sauerkraut, beans, yogurts full of probiotics, ginger, peppermint and salmon all help regulate a healthy digestive system. You also want to make sure you are getting plenty of dietary fiber.
14 – Enlarged Prostate (BPH), For Men
The number one prostate problem for men over 50 years of age is an oversized prostate. This is also called benign prostate hyperplasia, or BPH. Doctors contend that this is a simple part of the natural growing process. But just like gray hair, those unwelcome midnight trips to the bathroom are not enjoyed by any man.
By the time a typical male turns 60 years of age, there is a 1 in 2 chance that he will suffer from BPH. Eating sesame seeds, salmon, tofu, bell peppers, tomatoes, avocados and plenty of green leafy vegetables, onions and garlic can help put off the onset of the eventually unavoidable BPH for as long as possible.
15 – Cancer
Throughout this discussion of health concerns for those 50 and over, you have seen regular exercise, proper rest, drinking plenty of water and eating lots of vegetables, fruits and whole grains discussed over and over. For limiting your risks of developing any of the many debilitating and deadly cancers, all of those recommendations give you your best chance.
Once you have contracted cancer, if it is caught early, in many cases progression can be stopped and even reversed. Studies in the last 20 or 30 years show that people with diets high in animal protein have a much higher incidence rate of developing multiple forms of cancer.
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