Unlocking Strength: The Power of In-Home Personal Training for Boomers

Posted by: Guy Dufour


Thursday, January 4, 2024


As we age, maintaining strength and mobility becomes increasingly vital for a vibrant and fulfilling life. For older adults, the prospect of hitting the gym might seem daunting, but fear not—there's a transformative solution: in-home personal training. In this article, we'll explore the myriad benefits of personalized fitness programs tailored specifically for older individuals, helping them not only get stronger but also embrace a healthier and more active lifestyle. If you are looking for in-home personal training in Etobicoke, Toronto, Mississauga or Brampton, Corefit has a trainer for you.

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Do You Know What All Diets Have In Common?

Posted by: Guy Dufour


Friday, December 22, 2023


A simple but effective method to remove the confusion about diets and a way to look at them objectively. We focus on helping clients over 50.

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The Longevity Battle: Cardiovascular Exercise vs. Weight Training

Posted by: Guy Dufour


Monday, September 25, 2023


In the pursuit of a long and healthy life, the age-old debate between cardiovascular exercise and weight training has raged on. Both forms of exercise offer unique benefits that contribute to overall well-being, but when it comes to longevity, cardiovascular exercise has emerged as a frontrunner. While weight training undeniably enhances muscle strength and endurance, the cardiovascular system plays a pivotal role in sustaining life, making its consistent maintenance paramount for a prolonged existence.

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Lifespan vs. Healthspan: Unlocking the Secrets to Age Gracefully

Posted by: Guy Dufour


Monday, July 10, 2023


Baby boomers have innovated each age group they’ve experienced. Now that most of them are in their 60s and 70s, they are setting a new standard for aging gracefully, as they strive for a high quality of life in their later years.

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Is Personal Training Worth The Investment For Older Adults?

Posted by: Guy Dufour


Tuesday, January 31, 2023


As an older adult, you are considering starting weight training. You’ve read the articles on the benefits it provides. The only problem is that the gym can be an intimidating place. Plus, you don’t know how to use the equipment, nor can you take the risk of getting hurt. Hiring a personal trainer seems like a good idea, but is it worth the money?

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What Are The Benefits Of Weight Training For Older Adults?

Posted by: Guy Dufour


Wednesday, December 28, 2022


As we age, our bodies naturally begin to lose muscle mass and strength. This process, known as sarcopenia, can have a number of negative effects on our health and well-being, including decreased mobility, increased risk of falls and fractures, and a weakened immune system. However, regular weight training can help combat the effects of sarcopenia and provide several other benefits for older adults.

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66% Of Women Over 75 Have Difficulty Lifting A Weight Over 10 Lbs!

Posted by: Guy Dufour


Thursday, December 22, 2022


What happens to our bodies as we age? A study published in 1981 can help us answer that question. “The Framingham Disability Study II, Physical Disability Among the Aging” looks at many factors and what limitations occur as we get older. This information becomes even more relevant today as the second largest generation, the baby boomers, are now aged 56 to 75 years old.

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From Insulin Resistance to Type-2 Diabetes. By guest writer Maria Blouin

Posted by: Guy Dufour


Tuesday, December 20, 2022


Insulin resistance often referred to as prediabetes, means you have a higher-than-normal blood sugar level but not high enough to be considered type 2 diabetes yet. If you have prediabetes, the long-term damage of diabetes may already be starting. There's good news, however. Progression from prediabetes to type 2 diabetes is evitable.

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40% OF NORMAL-WEIGHT ADULTS WILL HAVE A METABOLIC DISEASE!

Posted by: Guy Dufour


Friday, September 16, 2022


This is a statistic I read in the book “The Hacking of the American Mind” by Robert H. Lustig. In addition he mentions that 80% of obese people will suffer metabolic disease. This also means that 20% of overweight and obese people will not be affected. To me, both data points were shocking.

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Ask Your Trainer Part 1: 3 Tips For Baby Boomers Starting Their Fitness Journey

Posted by: Guy Dufour


Friday, April 15, 2022


My 3 tips for baby boomers to star their fitness journey. A step-by-sep approach to improve your health and wellness.

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