Learn how good physical balance is the key to vibrant aging.
Studies show that when you improve your balance, you improve your mind, and when you exercise your mental abilities; your balance improves. Learn what steps you can take to help clear brain fog, increase memory, reasoning, conceptualization, language, and problem-solving skills. It’s not all about mind games; adding physical activity pays off with a healthier mind and stronger body.
The good news is that researchers no longer believe that diminishing mental capacity or falling, which, by the way, is the leading cause of hospitalization and long-term care in the US, are inevitable parts of the aging process. At least not as long as you continue to challenge both your body and mind. Holly Kouvo, a Functional Aging Specialist, Brain Health Trainer, and founder of Fitting Fitness In® teaches you which small, almost unnoticeable, changes in your daily activities can lead to big improvement in the quality of your life.
‘Do Anywhere’ exercises that add youth to your life at any age.
If you think you don’t have time to dedicate to exercise, think again. Learn five ways to fit fitness into your daily routine, whether you’re at work, running errands, or brushing your teeth! Where is the best place to exercise your body? Any place where you’ll actually get moving, even in two-minute-long sessions while you’re doing something else. Holly Kouvo, a Functional Aging Specialist, Brain Health Trainer, and founder of Fitting Fitness In® will teach you to exercise with what you’ve got, in the time you have, wherever you are. As little as 30 minutes a day three days a week could change your life.
If your hectic schedule means an hour-long visit to the gym doesn’t make it on your ‘to do’ list, don’t give up. Exercise while:
Diminished mental capacity and falling are NOT inevitable outcomes of aging.
What’s the difference between my clients, Kathy, who’s still climbing mountains at 84 and Karen who at 76, wanted to develop upper body strength for kayaking and ultimately kayaked the Nile River with her daughter. They made exercise a part of their lifestyle to accomplish their goals.
Certainly, a lot of factors come into play including heredity and upbringing that are unchangeable. However, the changeable factors can still make a difference in how you live out your third act.
Functional Aging Specialist, Brain Health Trainer, and founder of Fitting Fitness In®, Holly Kouvo, will show you how you can have your desired quality of life for the rest of your life. Learn the best changes you can make to improve the quality of your life and remain independent longer.
Let’s stop all the haters and shamers. Eating is a good thing and food deserves to be delicious. Deprivation and near starvation are not the answers to activating your body. Learn to listen to your body and it will tell you what it needs for long-term health, and optimal energy. But don’t be deceived; that’s not your body speaking when you are craving a half dozen donuts. That’s a mental reaction to the chemicals and products found in your food. Learn to recognize the difference.
Holly Kouvo, a Certified Nutrition Specialist and founder of Fitting Fitness In®, will teach you combinations of foods to help fuel your metabolism, lose weight, and feel great. With a little thought and planning, it doesn’t have to be a big deal. She will provide the tools you need to make the right choices for your more efficient body one bite at a time.
Nutrition for Active Agers is critical because vitamin and mineral deficiencies cause many of the symptoms associated with aging.
The keys to supporting an active lifestyle at any age are movement, nutrition, and connection according to Certified Nutrition Specialist and founder of Fitting Fitness In®, Holly Kouvo. She encourages small, manageable changes over drastic ones and provides tips and recipes to simplify the process. The technique for a vibrant life is to incorporate healthy eating habits into daily life, from shopping smarter to keeping on track without sacrificing flavor.
Dietary deficiencies in seniors can present themselves as anemia, memory loss, confusion, depression, and osteoporosis, etc. Holly will teach you to make the right choices to: