THIS is the video I’ve been promising for weeks! My video production schedule was put on pause for the book launch. I’m ramping it back up again and I’m very excited about this next video. Paul Holbrook presented how he helps his clients turn back the aging clock at the American College of Sports Medicine Northwest conference this year. His information was both thought-provoking and motivating, to say the least. After speaking with Paul a little more after the presentation I was more than determined to get this information to you, and delighted that he agreed to repeat this information in an interview on the LuciFit channel.
In this segment Paul shares what research has been showing, and what he sees in his clients, regarding how aging can be different from what we thought if we exercise a little differently. Because I know you’re busy, I edited our hour-long interview into two, juicy, information-packed segments.
Let me know if you liked this first part! And, tell me if you’d be interested in a second one, where Paul reveals the unintimidating and very manageable exercises he does with his clients which help them Move Faster to Age Slower.
Loved this video .. next I want to hear his advice about training.
We are still exercising (Rosie, Lynne, Tina and me) but we miss your great class. It is hard to find good teachers. I used to do race walking (fast twitch muscles) but don’t anymore …. after watching this I think I should take it up again.
Glad to know you are being so successful with your site and hope life is very gratifying for you.
All the best, Susan
Thanks for letting me know you’d be interested! It takes a while to make these and I only want to do this second one if I have enough people interested! So, thank you for taking the the time to reply here.
You’re still working out with Tina, Rosie and Lynne? So cool!! Thanks for the lovely compliment on my teaching. I miss you guys too. And I miss teaching your group! Maybe we’ll catch up on one of my trips back to DC. I still love it there. 🙂
Racewalking could be a start to training those type 1 muscle fibers again. Better yet, intervals of that. Go for it!