Fitness Blog For Active Adults, Former Athletes and Seniors

How do we learn from failure?

How do we learn from failure?

Do we need to fall before we fly? There are countless times I wanted to squirm after I said something embarrassing or unkind to someone before thinking it through first. My husband is very wise. He’ll always say, “forgive yourself and move on.” I tried it last week...

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Do Vacations Change You for Good?

Do Vacations Change You for Good?

Did you ever think after your vacation you’d come back a transformed person? When my husband and I returned home from our vacation last month, I noticed, other than the obvious feelings of content and relaxation, my clothes felt looser and I felt recharged. No...

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At What Age Do We Stop Exercising or Training?

At What Age Do We Stop Exercising or Training?

When I first heard this question posed on a radio talk show, I wondered what the host's response would be. My mind was racing. Was he going to tell his audience we should to stop exercising when we reach at a certain age? On the contrary, he went on to say there is no...

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Lead in Your Plumbing?

Lead in Your Plumbing?

Dr. Lippman is generous in spirit and shares her knowledge on many subjects related to wellness. We met years ago at a fabulous organization created by another wonderful friend and colleague, Dr. Tessa Warschaw. In addition to many of her speaking engagements, Dr....

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Heart Health…What Else Matters?

Heart Health…What Else Matters?

It's National Heart Month. How can you be educated about the benefits of heart health and preventative care?         Do you worry about your heart health? Do you exercise because people like me say it is important? What other potential...

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Kind Words from our Clients

Jill M. Brink

For the past seven years, my clients have reaped the benefits of working with Lori Michiel and her team. My clients are living with less pain, greater strength, endurance and flexibility; fewer falls as well as less depression and more energy for life. Speaking as a Professional Geriatric Care Manager, physical exercise is an integral component of a Care Plan, especially for my clients with health issues. Moving the body is essential to physical, emotional and cognitive well-being and Lori and her trainers know how to safely and effectively engage my clients in an exercise program that is appropriate for their needs.

- Jill M. Brink, Ph.D, Geriatric Care Management, Aging Interventions

2015-01-15T03:04:48+00:00

- Jill M. Brink, Ph.D, Geriatric Care Management, Aging Interventions

For the past seven years, my clients have reaped the benefits of working with Lori Michiel and her team. My clients are living with less pain, greater strength, endurance and flexibility; fewer falls as well as less depression and more energy for life. Speaking as a Professional Geriatric Care Manager, physical exercise is an integral component of a Care Plan, especially for my clients with health issues. Moving the body is essential to physical, emotional and cognitive well-being and Lori and her trainers know how to safely and effectively engage my clients in an exercise program that is appropriate for their needs.

Sheri L.

My family engaged the services of Lori Michiel for my 77-year-old mother. I was very pleased with Lori's overall professionalism, starting off with in an in-depth health questionnaire, and then physical assessment. She was very engaging, personable and easy to work with. Her approach with my mother (a difficult person) was always right on target, and she was encouraging, positive and upbeat. She would give us reports after each training session to keep us apprised of what went on. I would definitely recommend Lori Michiel to anyone seeking personal training sessions for those over age 50, as she is quite knowledgeable and experienced with the health issues of this population, and appears to have a natural affinity for these individuals.

- Sheri L.

2015-03-16T03:08:24+00:00

- Sheri L.

My family engaged the services of Lori Michiel for my 77-year-old mother. I was very pleased with Lori's overall professionalism, starting off with in an in-depth health questionnaire, and then physical assessment. She was very engaging, personable and easy to work with. Her approach with my mother (a difficult person) was always right on target, and she was encouraging, positive and upbeat. She would give us reports after each training session to keep us apprised of what went on. I would definitely recommend Lori Michiel to anyone seeking personal training sessions for those over age 50, as she is quite knowledgeable and experienced with the health issues of this population, and appears to have a natural affinity for these individuals.

Mary

I've become more confident in pushing my limits as I learned techniques from Lori that were customized to my age and condition. Before, I would pull back from activities for fear of pain or further injury, but she taught me how to build muscle and stamina progressively and safely. Confidence is built on a series of successes; The Lori Method™ works!
Lori's principles of dynamic stretching revolutionized the way I approach stretching. I've seen a great increase in flexibility and have even built additional strength using her techniques.

- Mary

2015-08-27T01:31:46+00:00

- Mary

I've become more confident in pushing my limits as I learned techniques from Lori that were customized to my age and condition. Before, I would pull back from activities for fear of pain or further injury, but she taught me how to build muscle and stamina progressively and safely. Confidence is built on a series of successes; The Lori Method™ works! Lori's principles of dynamic stretching revolutionized the way I approach stretching. I've seen a great increase in flexibility and have even built additional strength using her techniques.

Rolanda

I learned from Lori how important exercise is to my well-being and that I need to be accountable to myself and make exercise a part of my every day. I actually see Lori's face when I swim, or use the tread mill and know that she will be proud of me and my efforts to live “the good life”.

– Rolanda

2015-08-27T01:36:34+00:00

– Rolanda

I learned from Lori how important exercise is to my well-being and that I need to be accountable to myself and make exercise a part of my every day. I actually see Lori's face when I swim, or use the tread mill and know that she will be proud of me and my efforts to live “the good life”.

Jackie

Lori is a talented, innovative teacher /trainer. She has helped me better how my body works -- and what is needed to keep it moving! She constantly works around limitations with creative ways to accomplish the exercises and movements needed to build more strength and resilience. In addition to helping me with pain issues, she's helped me become more aware of how important posture and balance are. She's led me through provided me with methods to improve both. She also shares resources regarding my particular pain issues as well as general good health and body maintenance.

– Jackie

2015-08-27T01:40:45+00:00

– Jackie

Lori is a talented, innovative teacher /trainer. She has helped me better how my body works -- and what is needed to keep it moving! She constantly works around limitations with creative ways to accomplish the exercises and movements needed to build more strength and resilience. In addition to helping me with pain issues, she's helped me become more aware of how important posture and balance are. She's led me through provided me with methods to improve both. She also shares resources regarding my particular pain issues as well as general good health and body maintenance.


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