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If you're over 50, some say you're "over the hill." Others say "50 is the new 30.'" But turning 50 doesn't have to be the end of being fit and energetic. Although it may take some patience, you can be slim, sleek and foxy into your mature years.
Many difficulties of aging are linked to an inactive lifestyle. And while your chronological age may be 55, your biological age can be 35 — if you follow a consistent exercise program.
The American Association of Retired Persons points out that after the age of 50, you lose muscle mass at the rate of about half a pound per year.
Kathleen Trotter has been a personal Trainer and pilates equipment specialist for almost twelve years. She is the featured personal trainer in The Globe and Mail's online 'Fitness Basic' series, and writes two weekly pieces for the Globe.
We are joined by Kathleen to share the secrets on health and life after 50. Be a part of the conversation with Nicki Anderson LIVE on Wednesday, February 19th @ 7PM EST at BEYONDtheCheers on blogtalkradio. Dial-in TOLL FREE 1-877-357-2448 in Canada and United States to ask a question, or email in advance.