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Free Video Podcast – Staying Active in Your Senior Years
People of all ages and physical conditions benefit from exercise and physical activity. An inactive lifestyle can cause older people to lose strength, balance, flexibility and endurance. Increasing strength and endurance makes it easier to climb stairs, carry groceries and more. Improving balance helps prevent falls, while being more flexible may speed recovery from any injuries. If you make exercise a regular part of your daily routine, it will have a positive impact on your quality of life as you get older.
Click here on July 16th to watch this episode of Health Matters at Work, where our host Jerry Franz interviews Joe Kramer, a 68-year-old personal trainer with Gold’s Gym. Personal training is a second career for Joe. Together, they discuss what motivates Joe and how he keeps active both in and out of the gym.
About Gold’s Gym
Established in Venice, California in 1965, Gold’s Gym is the largest full-service gym chain in the world with more than 700 locations in 42 states and 30 countries. This iconic brand ranks in the top 15 percent of Entrepreneur Magazine’s 2011 “Franchise 500.” Gold’s Gym offers the latest equipment and services, including group exercise, personal training, cardiovascular equipment, group cycle, Pilates and yoga. With nearly 3.5 million members worldwide, Gold’s Gym helps all kinds of people achieve their individual potential through fitness. Gold's Gym is a caring corporate citizen in each of its local communities. On a national level, they are proud to align withthe American Diabetes Association, a member agency of Community Health Charities, and to serve as a national sponsor of the "Tour de Cure." For more information, please visit www.goldsgym.com or www.facebook.com/goldsgym.
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