Posted: 4/19/2019 7:16 AM

One of the most common complaints after gardening exercise is lower back pain.

Posted: 11/16/2018 6:00 AM

Veteran Vintage Fitness personal trainer Wendy shows you the mistakes that clients often make when trying to strengthen their mid backs.

Posted: 11/2/2018 6:00 AM
Learn how to keep your neck and shoulder loose and pain free
Posted: 6/22/2018 6:00 AM

There is lots of conflicting information about when to stretch and the right type of stretches to do.

Posted: 5/25/2018 10:40 AM

An outdoor exercise program for older adults

Posted: 5/18/2018 7:00 AM

so many of our 50+ clients have injured their shoulders in the past and have limited mobility in their shoulders and often have pain.

Posted: 4/6/2018 6:00 AM
This week the trigger is when you are sitting at your desk.
Posted: 3/30/2018 7:23 AM

This week the trigger is when you sit down on your stairs or front bench to put on your shoes. 

Posted: 2/16/2018 12:00 AM

The purpose of stability balls is to challenge your core muscles as you do various other exercises.

Posted: 2/2/2018 12:00 AM

This week a client mentioned that it was a real struggle for her to reach around and do up her bra every-day.  If you don’t wear a bra, these exercises are really about shoulder mobility and flexibility which help with posture, golf swings and neck pain.

Posted: 11/10/2017 2:23 AM
Tight hamstrings and hips are often the main issues for people that can’t reach their toes. Even if you can reach your toes notice if you arch your lower back to do it or if you can keep a flat back and reach them. Arching the back when reaching forward or down can put strain and cause back pain. Try these exercises to make touching your toes easier
Posted: 6/23/2017 4:00 AM
This is the last week of a six week blog series teaching active agers how to use foam rollers and hard balls to get deep stretches. Wrist pain and weakness is a common issue for clients that can stop them from doing certain floor based exercises. This post gives a few stretches for the wrists and forearms to alleviate pain and gives a few ways to modify traditional exercises to make them easier for clients with wrist issues.