Mark Wahlberg is working on his fitness! The 48-year-old says 'age is just a number' as he shows off his incredibly toned body in a shirtless photo. Mark Wahlberg, 48, is looking better than ever! The hunky actor showed off his amazing six-pack and chiseled torso in a shirtless new Instagram photo posted on Friday, August 23. In the photo, Mark's 13 million followers also got a look at his muscular and perfectly toned arms. The actor — who has four kids ranging in age from nine to 15 — captioned the image, “F45 results 45 day challenge. @f45_training,” and added the hashtags “#ageisjustanumber #nowine54days #cleaneating.” The actor was referring to F45 Training in the caption, which is described
EASTHAMPTON — For many, an avid interest in mountain biking and triathlons would be enough exercise for a lifetime. Matthew Dusseault, however, could be considered an outlier. Six or seven years ago, while looking for ways to better improve his strength training, Dusseault turned to CrossFit. First, he started working out of his garage with friends in Chicopee. Eventually, after moving to Southampton, he built a gym on his property where he began to host classes. A neighbor took issue with his gym, and so Dusseault and his business partners used that as an opportunity to move into a new space: Although they did not technically get evicted from their old digs, Eviction CrossFit, at 1 Cottage St.
Children under five must spend less time sitting watching screens, or restrained in prams and seats, get better quality sleep and have more time for active play if they are to grow up healthy, according to new guidelines issued by the World Health Organisation (WHO). Failure to meet current physical activity recommendations is responsible for more than 5 million deaths globally each year across all age groups. Currently, over 23% of adults and 80% of adolescents are not sufficiently physically active. If healthy physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep habits are established early in life, this helps shape habits through childhood, adolescence and into adulthood. Applying the recommendations
HOLYOKE, Mass. (WWLP) – People came from all across New England to attend a special class at the Greater Holyoke YMCA. Autism Fitness hosted the event, which was designed for fitness professionals, behavior therapists, and special educators to learn more about providing accessible fitness programs for people on the autism spectrum. Eric Chessen, the creator and founder of Autism Fitness, told 22News it's important for people of all physical abilities to be able to have their unique fitness needs to be met. “So what we wanna do is establish a baseline and a guideline and a standard for creating fitness programs that work for any individual,” said Chessen. Chessen told 22News this is the first
The SKLZ Self-Guided Exercise Fitness Kit is on sale for only $15.99 at Walmart today. This is an extremely low price for this kit which has sold for up to $90 at Amazon just a few months ago. Walmart offers free shipping on orders totaling $35 or more, or you can select free in-store pickup where available. SLIM PRICE This discounted fitness kit comes with a stability ball, fitness mat, resistance bands, and an air pump to help you workout no matter where you are. $15.99 $67.99 $52 off This kit comes with SKLZ's stability ball, fitness mat, two resistance bands, and air pump. Both the stability ball and the fitness mat sell for around $30 on Amazon separately, which helps give some perspective
As recently as the 1950s, doctors considered exercise dangerous for people over age 40; for heart disease, which was then killing a record number of Americans, they prescribed bed rest. This was partly based on their concept of what “exercise” was: Early physiologists conducted studies on their (typically young, male) graduate students or on military servicemen — and in order to become more fit than they already were, these subjects needed to work out hard. That notion began to change with the 1968 publication of “Aerobics,” by Kenneth Cooper, an Air Force physician, who argued that anyone could take measures to prevent heart disease with regular “aerobic” exercise, like swimming or jogging, that increases heart rate and oxygen uptake, “improving the overall condition of the body” and thereby “building a bulwark against many forms of illness and disease.” But it was hard to tease apart whether physical activity made people healthier or whether healthier people were more likely to be active.
Most of my clients are extremely busy, high flying executives. It is pretty normal for them to crisscross across continents on a monthly basis. Since they are my clients, they are pretty serious about their health and fitness. I shall not lie to you but maintaining decent levels of fitness for a travelling executive is fairly difficult but not impossible. Eating hotel food, fatigue from travel, disrupted sleep all have an adverse impact on the body. The older you are, the worse the impact! But these harmful side effects can be ameliorated with having a plan and sticking to it. Some of the things that can help staying on track with your fitness goals are as follows: Being flexible: You may not
In fact, I wrote a whole post about how I hate running but I do it anyway for the mental health benefits. All of that is still true, but I decided to challenge myself and sign up for a half marathon.
One fitness-focused grandmother in Australia is putting the “sexy” in “sexagenarian,” opening up about her passion for exercise and dating men decades her junior in a new tell-all interview. "I had always had a keen interest in fitness and health and I was determined to find a way to nourish my body to look and feel younger," Lesley Maxwell, 63, recently told The Sun. The grandmother of three from Melbourne revealed that she truly fell in love with the wellness world after becoming a personal trainer at age 48 and winning her first fitness figure competition at age 49 – though her interest in healthy living and strength training has been lifelong. "I used to love being strong and winning bets
If you are looking for a way to get the kids up and moving and out from behind a screen, the Healthy Kids Running Series may be the answer. The Healthy Kids Running Series is a five (5) week running program in the spring and fall for kids from Pre-K to 8th grade. Each Race Series takes place once a week and offers age appropriate running events including the 50 yard dash, the 1/4 mile, the 1/2 mile and the one mile run. Kids compete each week of the Series for a chance to earn points and at the end of the Series the top 3 boy and girl with the most points in their respective age division receive a trophy. It doesn't matter how fast or slow they run because all participants receive a t-shirt,
I have the good fortune to represent Central Community College (CCC) on this coalition, and their mission is personally important to me. Two years ago, it came to my attention that I had all the risk factors for Type 2 diabetes. I realized walking my short-legged dachshund a couple days a week was not enough cardio, eating fat-free candy was not a good substitute for a healthy snack and replacing sleep with three diet, caffeine drinks was not exactly healthy. I learned so much from the NDPP course materials and facilitators about the health risks of diabetes and ways I could prevent the disease and I went to work to change my health. I logged my food, started a workout program with a personal